Wyoming Export Webinars

Take your first step into new markets. Expert Anthony Russo will share tips and strategies on worldwide trade opportunities. You can register for the webinars by clicking on the links below or visiting: wyomingbusiness.org/calendar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Is Exporting Right For Your Business?
July 31 at 10 a.m.

Explore whether or not you are ready for export, and, if your company is ready, what steps can be taken to ensure success.

  • Getting Started
  • Market Research
  • Pricing
  • Building a Budget
  • Important Things to Consider

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Finding the Best Shipping Strategy
Aug. 30 at 10 a.m.

Making the proper logistics and warehousing decisions can enhance a company’s ability to successfully address the needs of a target market and the selected sales channels. Time to market, pre/post-sales support, price competitiveness, efficiency, cash flow and customer satisfaction can all be enhanced by establishing a proper strategy. In short, your entire export experience can be impacted by the logistics strategy.

  • Selecting the Right Mode of Transport
  • Choosing the Port of Entry
  • Preparing the Shipment
  • The Warehousing Decision

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Forecasting Shipping Costs
Sept. 13 at 10 a.m.

Building a proper price will determine your market competitiveness and customer acceptance. It will also impact the sales channel selection process. Understanding the costs from your door to the customer’s will be essential.

  • Determining the Logistics Costs
  • External Factors
  • Sales Channel Costs
  • Conditional Budgeting and Trigger Points

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Finding Overseas Distributors and Building Your Network
Oct. 17 at 10 a.m.

Each industry, product and market could have a different sales channel established for reaching the customer. Identifying the proper sales channel and the relationships needed will ease the market entry process and will be required for long-term, sustainable success.

  • Resource Utilization and Research
  • Identifying the Sales Channels
  • Establishing and Maintaining Relationships

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Anthony Russo started his international career in 2003 with the South Carolina World Trade Center where he worked closely with numerous companies with diverse product lines, which include everything from pecans to metalworking. He was also responsible for the US Department of Agriculture’s Export Readiness Training Program. 

In June of 2006, Mr. Russo was named the General Manager of Trade Development for the World Trade Centers Association.

In November 2005 Mr. Russo started a hybrid trading company, TradeHub International, where he integrated suppliers/buyers, logistics and storage options for clients. Russo recruited and worked with companies looking to enter foreign markets. These projects were focused on direct foreign investment and export opportunities. TradeHub international offers research, market penetration strategies, training/education, international business analysis and product development. Russo has delivered keynote addresses, seminar series and specialized training around the world for chambers, universities and government agencies.