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Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) Training – 3 Day Program
M3 Insurance is offering a two and half day seminar on training to meet the “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual” (PCQI) requirement under Subpart C – Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls [§ 117.126 Food Safety Plan]. Lunch and continental breakfasts will be provided.
Program Schedule:

  • December 7, 2021 – 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
  • December 8, 2021 – 7:45 – 4:00 pm
  • December 9, 2021 – 7:45 – 1:00 pm

Cost: $425 per person. This fee will cover registration, all materials (participant manual, exercise workbook and certificate of training], lunch and breaks each day.

Location: M3 Insurance, 828 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI 53713


2021 Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Conference
Level Up Sustainability!
We invite you to join other business leaders and sustainability professionals at our annual conference to learn, share, and discuss their challenges and successes.
December 14th Reception, December 15th, 2021 – Conference


Putting your Plan on Paper – Connecting your Strategy to your Financial Resources – Free Webinar
Translating your Strategic Plan into a Financial Business Plan is critical. How else will you know if you have the financial resources to execute your strategy over your plan horizon?
Dec 16, 2021 10:00 am – 11:00 am


ExporTech™ – Winter 2022 – Virtual Sessions – Contact Roxanne Baumann for cost details
A 12 week virtual program with group and customized personal coaching between sessions. Sessions start January 24, 2022.

  • Group Session One – the week of January 24th; Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
  • Group Session Two – the week of February 28th; Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
  • Group Session Three – the week of April 4th; Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

21st Century Pathways, Virtual Offering for 2022
Monday through Friday from 1:00 – 3:30 PM central time daily
Week 1: March 28 – April 1, 2022
Week 2: April 18 – 22, 2022
Week 3: June 6 – 10, 2022
$5,500 per company. $5,000 for WSBC Member companies


 

Dec
7
Tue
Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) Training @ M3 Insurance
Dec 7 all-day

Preventive Controls Qualified Individual Training Workshop

M3 Insurance is offering a two and half day seminar on training to meet the “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual” (PCQI) requirement under Subpart C – Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls [§ 117.126 Food Safety Plan].  The PCQI is responsible for oversight of the written food safety plan at their respective food processing facility. Successful completion of this course provides the attendee with a certificate for this training.

Course Takeaways:

This workshop will follow the FDA approved curriculum developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance [FSPCA], and includes:

  • Overview of the Preventive Controls for Human Food [PCHF] rule
  • Current Good Manufacturing Practice and other Prerequisite Programs
  • Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls Determination
  • Development of Process, Allergen, Sanitation and Supplier Preventive Controls
  • Recall Plan
  • Record-Keeping Requirements

The working exercises presented during the training are designed to provide practical details covering all the required components of the written food safety plan mandated within the Preventive Controls for Human Food [PCHF] rule.

Program Schedule:

December 7, 2021
Check-In: 7:30 – 8:00 am (continental breakfast provided)
Session: 8:00 am – 5:30 pm (lunch provided)

December 8, 2021
Check-In: 7:45 – 8:00 am (continental breakfast provided)
Session: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (lunch provided)

December 9, 2021
Check-In: 7:45 – 8:00 am (continental breakfast provided)
Session: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm (lunch provided)

Cost: Early bird registration through November 15th $399 per person. After November 15th the cost will go up to $425 per person.  This fee will cover registration, all materials (participant manual, exercise workbook and certificate of training], lunch and breaks each day.

Location:

M3 Insurance
828 John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 53713

Who Should Attend?
Company Owners • Food Safety Directors • Regulatory Affairs Directors • Plant Operations Managers Quality Assurance Managers • Quality Control Managers • HACCP Managers • QA/QC Supervisors & Sanitation Managers • Food Microbiologists

Featured Speaker, Kara Baldus: Kara is a Food Safety Program Manager for Hydrite Chemical Company where she is involved in the food industry training and microbiological support.  Ms. Baldus has 25 years of food microbiology experience, working in the contract laboratory and food industries prior to joining Hydrite. Much of her career has been spent on the control of foodborne pathogens in the manufacturing plant environment and continuous improvement of food safety systems such as Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), environmental monitoring programs (EMP), Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) audit schemes and Preventive Controls.

She is a member of the International Association for Food Protection and on the education committee for the Wisconsin Affiliate. She is a member of the Institute for Food Technologist and a member of the board for the Wisconsin Affiliate.

Education
• Bachelor of Science in Bacteriology and Genetics – University of Wisconsin – Madison
• Master of Business with concentration in Management – Edgewood College
• Graduate Certificate in Total Quality – Edgewood College

 

 

 

 

 

With the anticipated popular demand for this training and limited attendance, M3 Insurance reserves the right to limit the number of attendees to 2 per company at this time (Please contact Jen Pino-Gallagher at [email protected] or 608.288.2842 to request additional registrations – space permitting.)  We are monitoring COVID best practices.

Dec
15
Wed
14th Annual Wisconsin Sustainable Business Conference @ Ingleside Hotel
Dec 15 all-day

Wisconsin Sustainable Business Conference 2021 

Level Up Sustainability

 

Uncertainty remains the norm in today’s market. Covid continues to shape our actions, supply chains are disrupted, workforce challenges abound, and we continue to witness devastating natural disasters across the globe. Consequently many companies are recognizing the need to level up their sustainability as a solution to these challenges. There is an escalation of investors’ interest in ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance), more companies are signing on to net-zero pledges, and more interest is being shown in sustainable and resilient business models than ever before.

We invite you to join other business leaders and sustainability professionals at our annual conference to learn, share, and discuss their challenges and successes. It’s a place to form and nourish valuable connections with other businesses working to advance sustainable principles and practices forward through the power of business.

This year, our goal is to support you and your organization in taking sustainability to the next level. Whether you are just getting started or have a developed sustainability program, we strive to support you in reaching your goals. Our content is selected based on participants’ recommendations. We have assembled a diverse and experienced array of speakers and subject matter experts to discuss a breadth of topics, from getting started in sustainability to crafting a carbon strategy for your business.

Join us to Level Up Sustainability across Wisconsin and beyond.

Registration and More Information Coming Soon!

 

 

 

Dec
16
Thu
Putting your Plan on Paper – Connecting your Strategy to your Financial Resources @ Free Online Webinar
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

 Putting your Plan on Paper – Connecting your Strategy to your Financial Resources

Translating your Strategic Plan into a Financial Business Plan is critical.

How else will you know if you have the financial resources to execute your strategy over your plan horizon?

Over the last couple of months, you have spent hours or days with other members of leadership working on mission and vision statements, writing on white boards, filling out post-it notes, breaking into small groups, actively brainstorming, and maybe wondering what is for lunch today during your meetings. Your team now have come up with your 1-, 3-, or 5-year Strategic Plan.  Everyone is excited for the future as you have collectively determined what your growth model is going to be, potential new products, increased production, stronger employee engagement, more value-added work, organizational changes, and ultimately a growing company with an improved bottom line.  You have determined what metrics to track, divided the work, and are all ready to dive in.

At this point are you done? No, you are not!  You have determined your direction but now it is time to convert this Strategic Plan into a Financial Business Plan format and see how the money aspect of your plan works.

It is essential that your organization understand current revenue streams, future growth of those revenue streams and any new streams.  All these revenue streams drive costs in a different manner and may require vastly different human and capital resources.  It is essential to understand the applicable variable, fixed, and S,G&A costs that accompany business growth or strategy pivots.  Learn how to understand and financially plan the resources needed and ultimately build a model that will realistically identify the the financial impact on the company.

By attending this webinar you will learn:  

• Understand what time and resources it takes to assemble a Financial Plan
• How the process clearly identifies revenue streams and associated variable costs
• The Financial Plan will identify required resources
• The process will identify key metrics to track
• Creates the ability to understand why your business is on or off track to its Strategic Plan on a monthly basis

Featured Speakers: 

Marie Mansheim, WMEP Senior Consultant:   Marie has a diverse management and consulting background including experience in strategic business planning, marketing, market research, competitive intelligence, sales and operations stemming from her work in the manufacturing and professional services sectors. Marie has worked as a business unit manager for a small manufacturer and an industrial automation firm. As a consultant, she has interacted, facilitated, and collaborated with management teams at more than 500 companies to assist them in driving strategy, growth, innovation and profitability.

Jon Moreau, Founder, MoreValue Financial Consultants:  Jon Moreau (Owner of MoreValue Financial Consulting) (www.morevaluefinancial.com) is the founder of MoreValue Financial Consulting LLC established in early 2020. His move to a consulting career was born out of a passion to utilize his 27 years of Senior Financial experience and focus on helping businesses to identify and realize the value they have created. Jon has a proven ability to work with all departments within a company and takes a team approach to problem solving and creating a financial strategic direction.

Jon has been the CFO for both privately held and private equity owned businesses in the heavy manufacturing, light manufacturing, foundry, construction, assembly, food manufacturing and service industries. He enjoys both the buy and sell side of merger & acquisition activity and project managing the due diligence process. He has been involved in 5 buy side transactions ranging from $30 million to $80 million in purchase price.

Jon started his career in public accounting at Price Waterhouse and obtained his CPA license. Future roles refined his financial analysis, cost accounting, financial modeling, project management and leadership skills. Jon believes strongly in the values of trust and respect when working with teammates and outside parties. He enjoys being a teacher to leadership teams to further improve their financial acumen. Jon has a BS in Accounting from Marquette University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan
6
Thu
21st Century Pathways – In-person Offering @ Location TBD in SE Wisconsin
Jan 6 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

21st Century Pathways – In-Person Offering

The 21st Century Pathways in-person offering is spread out over five months beginning in September of 2021 through January of 2022.  Participation is required one day per month as follows:  

  • September 2, 2021

  • October 7, 2021

  • November 4, 2021

  • December 2, 2021

  • January 6, 2022 

What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs.  The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.

​What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.

​Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.

​Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:

​Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.

Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.

Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development

Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.

Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.

Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.

Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.

Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.

Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization. ​

Download the full information sheet HERE

For more information, contact:

Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant

[email protected]

608.512.3378

OR

Jessy Servi-Oritz

Managing Director, WSBC

[email protected]

414.861.1177

Jan
10
Mon
21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering @ Online Virtual Program
Jan 10 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering

Note:  The dates have changed for this event

The 21st Century Pathways virtual offering program  takes place with weekly sessions from 1-3:30pm daily – one week in October, one week in November and one week in January.  The schedule is as follows:

Session One – Week of October 11th, 2021, Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Two – Week of November 8th, 2021, Monday through Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Three – Week of January 10th, 2022,  Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs.  The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.

​What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.

​Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.

​Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:

​Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.

Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.

Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development

Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.

Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.

Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.

Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.

Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.

Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization. ​

Download the full information sheet HERE

For more information, contact:

Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant

[email protected]

608.512.3378

OR

Jessy Servi-Oritz

Managing Director, WSBC

[email protected]

414.861.1177

Jan
11
Tue
21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering @ Online Virtual Program
Jan 11 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering

Note:  The dates have changed for this event

The 21st Century Pathways virtual offering program  takes place with weekly sessions from 1-3:30pm daily – one week in October, one week in November and one week in January.  The schedule is as follows:

Session One – Week of October 11th, 2021, Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Two – Week of November 8th, 2021, Monday through Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Three – Week of January 10th, 2022,  Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs.  The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.

​What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.

​Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.

​Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:

​Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.

Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.

Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development

Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.

Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.

Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.

Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.

Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.

Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization. ​

Download the full information sheet HERE

For more information, contact:

Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant

[email protected]

608.512.3378

OR

Jessy Servi-Oritz

Managing Director, WSBC

[email protected]

414.861.1177

Jan
12
Wed
21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering @ Online Virtual Program
Jan 12 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering

Note:  The dates have changed for this event

The 21st Century Pathways virtual offering program  takes place with weekly sessions from 1-3:30pm daily – one week in October, one week in November and one week in January.  The schedule is as follows:

Session One – Week of October 11th, 2021, Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Two – Week of November 8th, 2021, Monday through Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Three – Week of January 10th, 2022,  Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs.  The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.

​What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.

​Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.

​Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:

​Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.

Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.

Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development

Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.

Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.

Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.

Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.

Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.

Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization. ​

Download the full information sheet HERE

For more information, contact:

Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant

[email protected]

608.512.3378

OR

Jessy Servi-Oritz

Managing Director, WSBC

[email protected]

414.861.1177

Jan
13
Thu
21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering @ Online Virtual Program
Jan 13 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering

Note:  The dates have changed for this event

The 21st Century Pathways virtual offering program  takes place with weekly sessions from 1-3:30pm daily – one week in October, one week in November and one week in January.  The schedule is as follows:

Session One – Week of October 11th, 2021, Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Two – Week of November 8th, 2021, Monday through Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Three – Week of January 10th, 2022,  Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs.  The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.

​What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.

​Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.

​Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:

​Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.

Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.

Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development

Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.

Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.

Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.

Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.

Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.

Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization. ​

Download the full information sheet HERE

For more information, contact:

Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant

[email protected]

608.512.3378

OR

Jessy Servi-Oritz

Managing Director, WSBC

[email protected]

414.861.1177

Jan
14
Fri
21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering @ Online Virtual Program
Jan 14 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

21st Century Pathways – Virtual Offering

Note:  The dates have changed for this event

The 21st Century Pathways virtual offering program  takes place with weekly sessions from 1-3:30pm daily – one week in October, one week in November and one week in January.  The schedule is as follows:

Session One – Week of October 11th, 2021, Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Two – Week of November 8th, 2021, Monday through Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Session Three – Week of January 10th, 2022,  Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs.  The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.

​What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.

​Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.

​Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:

​Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.

Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.

Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development

Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.

Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.

Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.

Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.

Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.

Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization. ​

Download the full information sheet HERE

For more information, contact:

Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant

[email protected]

608.512.3378

OR

Jessy Servi-Oritz

Managing Director, WSBC

[email protected]

414.861.1177

Jan
24
Mon
ExporTech – Winter 2022 – ExporTech (Virtual) @ Online Webinar
Jan 24 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Grab Your Share of Profitable Exporting! 

Start growing your business through exporting with a customized, action-oriented export expansion strategy. ExporTech is a proven path to exporting success. Graduates have achieved sales increases averaging $900,000 within six to nine months after completing the program.

ExporTech™ is a 12 week virtual program with group and customized personal coaching between sessions. Sessions start January 24, 2022.

Group Session One – the week of January 24th; Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Group Session Two – the week of February 28th; Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily
Group Session Three – the week of April 4th; Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 3:30pm Daily

Driving growth is the key to success – Business growth comes from three sources:

  1. Increasing existing sales
  2. Bringing new innovative products to market
  3. Exporting

Forward-thinking Wisconsin companies are taking advantage of the explosive growth seen in other parts of the world. Today, 95% of consumers are outside the United States, and small-to-midsize Wisconsin companies are profiting from this global demographic.

Successful companies are tapping into new markets with a customized export expansion strategy. They’ve done the analysis and they’re targeting the top two or three countries that have the greatest revenue potential and the least risk.

Who should participate:

Success in exporting relies on executive support and crafting strategy requires your top executive team: CEO/President, CFO/Controller, VP Sales or equivalent.

Scholarship applications being accepted through January 27th, 2022: The cost for ExporTech is $ 7,500 per company pricing for up to 3 executive leaders (CEO/President, CFO/Controller, Exec Sales), with an immediate $ 3,000 scholarship from WEDC; bringing the out-of-pocket cost down to $ 4,500.  Complete the Participant and Scholarship Application form now by downloading the application HERE

Download the full information sheet: ExporTech Virtual Winter January 2022

Contact Roxanne Baumann at [email protected] for pricing and scholarship availability. 

To view the results summary of ExporTech and more on Roxanne Baumann please Click Here