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Suppliers Chains Control Business Workshop
On 02/02/2023, William Stephanie Foundation hosted a business workshop in collaboration with US-China ATSC, and 51 people attended.
This workshop was presented courtesy of the US-China ATSC, William Stephanie Foundation, and the SBA Community Navigator Pilot Program (CNPP).
Food safety is the first important thing we are concerned with, how to control supplier chains when you export your organic food to China from the U.S. By attending this webinar, you can learn about how to build the system of supplier chains control when the organic fresh food products will be shipped to China every day by the airline. The topics of the proposal involved in US-China governments agreement, food safety laws, import policy updates, sales marketing analysis, inspection & certification, etc.
The audiences who attended this webinar were U.S. import/export business owners, reps from different chambers of commerce, as well as reps from the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT). During this event, WSF Foundation Chairman, Mr. Daniel Sieu, introduced the SBACNPP Program, IRSERTC Program, PPP Forgiveness Program, and much more information about how the SBA could support small and minority businesses in the U.S. Simultaneous translation service was provided to the audiences in Mandarin Chinese. WSF received positive feedback from the audiences and US-China ATSC after successfully hosting this business workshop.
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