World Trade Week

The Greater Irvine Chamber’s Orange County World Trade Week Breakfast and Forum brings together Orange County’s International-American chambers and business associations, public sector and private trade organizations, and members of business community to grow awareness of the impact of international trade and export in Orange County.


Orange County World Trade Week Breakfast and Forum

May 16th, 2019  |  7:30 AM - 12 PM  |  Irvine Marriott

 

 

Keynote Speaker:
Steve Wagner
Experian Decision Analytics
Global Managing Director

 

Steve was appointed Global Managing Director of Experian Decision Analytics in February 2018 and serves as the global business leader for Experian’s analytics, fraud, identity, and decision software businesses. He also serves on the Global Operating Committee of Experian, PLC and as chairman of the Experian social innovation fund, focused on improving the lives of consumers in their markets globally by investing in socially innovative Experian products. Steve’s work with Experian spans 15 years, serving as Senior Vice President of Sales and Services Support, Group President of Credit Services for Brazil, Business Lead for Global Cross Channel Marketing, and Group President of Marketing and Specialized Credit Information Services. His expertise spans the legal, data, consumer, commercial, sales, and services portfolios of Experian within a practical global context.

 

Program:

  • Orange County Trade & Export Overview
  • Export Success Panel featuring small, medium, and large company export experiences
  • International Resource Expo: Network and connect with international consuls, chambers, and trade organizations to explore and expand your exporting capacity

 

For sponsorship, partnership, or general inquiries, contact Jessica Yip.

For press inquiries, contact Anna Spitz.

 

Register here for OCWTW 2019

 

For information on previous Orange County World Trade Week Breakfast and Forum events, click on the links below:

World Trade Week 2018World Trade Week 2017World Trade Week 2016World Trade Week 2015

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