FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE,                                               January 18th, 2018


Ana Garic

Communications Coordinator

Madison International Trade Association

Ph: 608-335-3936 

Madison International Trade Association February 13th Event:


Trends, Tips and Hot Topics for Trade Compliance in 2018:

Ask the Experts

Madison, WI – Hosted by the Madison International Trade Association, this event will focus on Trends, Tips and Hot Topics for Trade Compliance in 2018. The event will take place on Tuesday, February 13th at the Fluno Center for Executive Education at 601 University Avenue, Madison, WI.

The lunch program will feature experts who will provide their views and answer  questions on a variety trade compliance issues and will consist of five Ask the Expert Roundtables that participants can attend for 15-minute interactive sessions.

The afternoon program is designed to provide compliance managers, employees involved in trade compliance as well as anyone who wants to know more about trade compliance a deeper dive into trade compliance topics, including implementation and best practices. Attendees can select two 45-minutes sessions which will consist of workshop-like discussion. The expert will lead the group through specific, real-world scenarios and attendees will participate in a “lab” to gain additional knowledge through practical problem solving, peer collaboration, and expert advise.

Attendees can register for Lunch-only session of the program ($45 for MITA Members and $60 for Non-MITA Members) or Lunch and Afternoon Workshops ($99 for MITA Members; $119 for Non-MITA Members).

For more information about the event please visit: or contact Ana Garic at (608) 335-3936 (email: Registration deadline is Friday, February 9.

This event is Co-sponsored by ABS Global and ME Dey Import-Export.

About MITA

MITA is a Madison, Wisconsin-based organization whose mission is to foster understanding of the issues, practices, information, legislation and trends that affect and influence all aspects of international trade. Membership includes a broad spectrum of professionals interested in and involved with international trade throughout the state of Wisconsin. Membership, meetings and information are open to all interested parties of the public, and professionals at all levels of international organizations participate in MITA activities.  Member companies include manufacturers, food companies, and services providers such as freight forwarders, banks, law firms as well as universities and governmental institutions.  More information is available at the website:

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