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DISCOVER GLOBAL MARKETS: Healthcare & Life Sciences

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MBDA
Created on November 3, 2014
 

Discover Global Markets: Healthcare and Life Sciences

Join the U.S. Commercial Service, the Minnesota District Export Council & Life Science Alley at the premier health-focused export event of the year!

At DISCOVER GLOBAL MARKETS: Healthcare & Life Sciences you will have the opportunity to learn about global healthcare opportunities and industry atmosphere through private consultation with U.S. Commercial Service Senior Commercial Officers specializing in healthcare from the following countries:

Getting Started With Exporting: Training and Educational Resources to Help You Take the First Steps

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SBA
Created on October 31, 2014
 

Starte HereWith two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power in foreign countries, exporting represents a big opportunity to tap in to new markets, expand your customer base, and grow your business.

However, getting started with exporting can sometimes feel like a complex maze of regulations, policies, and other barriers. To help small businesses understand how to overcome these barriers and prepare to sell internationally, the federal government has several free training and educational resources that enable entrepreneurs to chart the path to exporting success. 

San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee & NFL Launch Business Connect to Link Bay Area's Diverse Business Community

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MBDA
Created on October 30, 2014
 

San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee & NFL Launch Business Connect to Link Bay Area's Diverse Business CommunityThe National Football League (NFL) and San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee launched their Business Connect program to link Bay Area diverse businesses with contracting opportunities related to Super Bowl 50. "Super Bowl 50 is more than the NFL's marquee game of the year - it's a chance for the region's diverse business community to tap into opportunities for new contracts, work and business growth," said Keith Bruce, CEO of the Host Committee. "We're excited to unveil a program that directly benefits our local businesses. We have a vibrant and diverse business community in the Bay Area, and I'm confident that business owners who take advantage of this opportunity will benefit from their participation." 

Trick or Treat...or Should We Say Trick or Threat

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MBDA
Created on October 29, 2014
 

MalwareOctober is not only National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it's also the time to celebrate Halloween, bringing to mind scary things that are merely figments of our imagination. In the digital world, however, there are many scary things that are not figments of our imagination, that we should in fact be worried about. The threats in cyber space are real. One of the most important concerns is malware, short for malicious software. The volume of malware continues to surge, with ransomware infections increasing, malware now targeting mobile devices, and new strands of malware attempting to exploit vulnerabilities in aging automated teller machines (ATMs).

Playing on the Halloween theme of scary things, below are some examples of malware you should be aware of, and some tips for minimizing your risks.

Free Webinar Provides Overview of the Trade Mission to Morocco, Algeria and Egypt

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MBDA
Created on October 24, 2014
 

 Algiers, Algeria: container terminalThe United States Commerce Department will host a free webinar on Thursday November 12, 2014, which will provide an overview of the US Department of Commerce March 2015 Executive-led Business Development Mission to Morocco, Algeria and Egypt. Speakers from the US Commercial Service in Morocco, Algeria and Egypt will provide a brief market overview and discuss opportunities for American exporters in these markets.  

Specific opportunities for U.S. companies include but are not limited to: all security and safety equipment and related solutions for seaports, airports, border crossings, security and safety agencies such as the police, and buildings; integrated monitoring and surveillance solutions; luggage screening devices; fire prevention and control equipment, alarm equipment for building safety, emergency evacuation systems; radio communication systems; and inspection equipment for containers and seaport cargo, border and perimeter control, bomb detection equipment, uniforms, protective apparel & accessories (industrial) and x-ray and scanning equipment. 

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