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Are you ready to go global with your startup?
Whether you’re on the edge of international trade or hope to be in the future, World Trade Center Delaware can help you out on March 18 with its free Lunch & Learn seminar, “Is it time to grow in Asia?”
The event, which will be held at The Delaware Technology Park in Newark from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., will feature two expert speakers with regional ties:
- Rajeev Karpe, founder and CEO of Allegro — A former resident of the Delaware Valley who is now based in Singapore, Karpe has worked with multiple U.S. multinational corporations and has a passion for enabling U.S. companies to grow in Asia.
- Tony Pu, international trade specialist for U.S. Commercial Service Philadelphia — A 12-year veteran of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Pu helps U.S. companies sell their products and services internationally, with a focus on information and communication technology, safety and security, and aerospace and defense industry sectors for Philadelphia and Delaware.
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