How to Export Your Products and Services Worldwide
You’re not going to want to miss this interactive Q&A with Export Experts brought in by Enterprise Florida. Bring your questions to the table and get the answers you need directly from experts working in the US Commercial Service and the Small Business Development Center. This webinar is presented by GrowFL Corporate Partner, Enterprise Florida.
Meet the Experts
Mike is the Director of International Trade & Development at Enterprise Florida, the statewide economic development organization. He works in the Orlando office, and covers a 10-county region where he assists all companies interested in exporting their products and services globally. In addition, he is responsible for the Aviation, Aerospace & Defense sector statewide. Mike organizes, manages and recruits companies to exhibit in the Florida Pavilion at Farnborough, Paris, Singapore and Dubai Air Shows. Mike also supports Florida aviation-related companies attending MRO Europe, and other MRO shows around the world.
Areas of Consulting: International Trade
Education: MBA, Management and Entrepreneurship, Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business; BSBA, Marketing, International Business Track, University of Central Florida; Executive Certificate in Global Finance, Thunderbird School of Global Management
Certifications: Certified Global Business Professional
The U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service is a Foreign Affairs Agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce. The Commercial Section of a U.S. diplomatic mission (i.e., embassy, consulate, U.S. representative office, mission), the Commercial Service has offices in 77 foreign countries, 6 multilateral development banks, and operates 85 domestic field offices, called U.S. Export Assistance Centers. The Commercial Service’s mandate is the promotion of U.S.-origin commodities, services and technologies in foreign markets; the defense of U.S. commercial interests abroad; and, the attraction of in-bound Foreign Direct Investment.
As the Director of the Orlando U.S. Export Assistance Center, Kenneth R. Mouradian is responsible to facilitate the export of U.S.-origin commodities, services and technologies from eleven counties in Central Florida. He is also the Executive Secretary of the Central – North Florida District Export Council.Mr. Mouradian came to Orlando in 2002 as a Foreign Service Officer (U.S. diplomat) on a two-year tour-of-duty. His previous assignments were as Second Secretary for Commercial Affairs at the U.S. Mission to the European Union, where he was responsible for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical medicines, customs and taxation portfolios; and Management Program Analyst in Career Development and Assignments (Washington, DC), where he worked on special projects, such as the development and administration of a specialized version of the Foreign Service Exam for the recruitment of Foreign Service Officers into the Commercial Service.