E-Commerce Solutions Seminar with Google, Payscape, FedEx and more!

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The U.S. Commercial Service Can Help You

E-Commerce Solutions

Explore the Global Sales Channel to Expand your Business

E-Commerce is transforming the world of trade for consumers and businesses. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) now have channels to buy and sell globally sitting at their PC, tablet or smartphone. E-Commerce will play a big role in enhancing U.S. exports by enabling any person with a good product or service to sell to anyone, anywhere and at any time. Join the U.S. Commercial Service and partners for a comprehensive seminar on understanding

e-commerce, including the following:

  • Develop, expand and grow your web presence to attract international buyers & manage international distributors.
  • Learn about cross border sales, forms of electronic payments, web analytics, search engine optimization and intellectual property protection.
  • Interact with a resource panel of web, payment, logistics and legal experts.


While the seminar is tailored to small and medium sized companies that operate or want to operate outside the United States, any member of the exporting community is welcome to join us. We are pleased to have speakers from FedEx, Google, Payscape and more!

Why e-Commerce for Your Business

In 2016, consumers used e-commerce technology and processes to buy USD 210 billion worth of goods and services in other countries. This is called cross-border e-commerce. Forester Research anticipates cross-border sales will mushroom to USD 424 billion by 2021.

Program Details

Date:                May 18, 2017

Time:               8:00am to 3:00pm

Location:          Belmont University Ayers Academic Conference Center, 4th Floor

1501 Wedgewood Ave Nashville, TN 37212

Cost: $45

Registration:     http://go.usa.gov/xXY4g

About Us

The U.S. Commercial Service is the lead trade promotion agency of the U.S. government. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and more than 75 countries help U.S. companies get started in exporting or increase sales to new global markets.

For More Information

Please contact Patrick Spence at (615) 736-2225 or patrick.spence@trade.gov