It’s that time of year again as business, government and industry insiders from across the state’s numerous sectors convene for the 32nd annual Oklahoma World Trade Conference. This year’s conference will take place Thursday, April 9 at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center.
To: All Oklahoma Business Leaders, Company Owners and Investors
Subject: 2015 Oklahoma World Trade Conference
If you are committed to increasing your company’s competitive position in the ever-expanding global economy, then let me invite you to attend the 32nd annual Oklahoma World Trade Conference.
This is Oklahoma’s premier annual event to highlight World Trade Month as proclaimed by the president of the United States.
Mark your calendar to be in Midwest City at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center on Thursday, April 9, 2015, to take full advantage of the thought-provoking, yet practical opportunities and programs that have been organized for this event.
You will hear and learn from expert speakers and local domestic and international trade experts discuss these topics:
- “Focusing Your Company’s Web Presence for Increasing Sales, Social Media and Training” – “E-Commerce is the Business Frontier That Should Be Explored and Not Ignored” – The World is Ready for Your Business
- “Protecting Your Website and Company Data” – “E-Commerce is the Business Frontier That Should Be Explored and Not Ignored” – Protection, prevention and knowing best practices are important factors to minimize risks and address exposure to any business that wants to compete in this global economy.
In addition, at the luncheon the Gov. Mary Fallin will present the 2015 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting to one or more Oklahoma companies for their successful and noteworthy efforts in increasing export sales, plus U.S. Department of Commerce Export Achievement Certificates and the Oklahoma DEC Export Champion Award will be presented to several Oklahoma companies for their efforts at expanding their international sales!
Global trade is an integral part of doing business in today’s world. At the 2015 Oklahoma World Trade Conference you will learn about issues that have a significant impact on your business and global trade!
I am certain that you, your colleagues and your company will benefit by joining with other like-minded business leaders from across the state on April 9 at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center. You can’t afford to miss this networking opportunity!