Event date/time: November 8, 2022.
This is a hybrid event: The in-person portion of the event will go from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM and virtual starts at 12:30 pm and runs until 2:00 pm.REGISTER NOW
Location for In-person luncheon event: Fluno Center, 601 University Ave, Madison, WI 53715
Join MITA for this hybrid event on November 8 and learn how to navigate the challenges of the oceanic global supply chains during the times of unprecedented disruptions due to the lasting effects of the pandemic.
Supply Chain disruptions and shortages are reaching critical urgency. It’s imperative that your
organization understand the current situation and how to navigate these challenging times. Staying
current with regulatory updates and managing risk are vital to navigating maritime logistics during these
challenging times. Walk away with a better understanding of:
Real-world examples will be brought to the table to offer insight into different companies’ strategy addressing the disruption in their value chain.
Peter B. Lukszys, Distinguished Lecturer on Operations and Information Management at UW-Madison
Hariesh Manaadiar, Shipping and Freight Professional, Founder of Shipping and Freight Resource
Sandi Siegel, President and Managing Director of M.E. Dey & Co.
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM Registration & Networking
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM Lunch
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM Welcome, Opening Remarks, Speaker Remarks
1:45 PM – 2:00 PM Q & A Session and Closing Remarks
Cost of Admission: In -person (with lunch included): MITA Members $50; Non-members $75; Virtual attendees: $20 from MITA members and $35 for Non-Members.
Note: As a member, please insure your membership is up to date and please use the e-mail associated with your MITA membership when registering for this event.
The Key-program Sponsor for the November 8 event is Nash Global Trade ServicesREGISTER NOW
Make Valuable Connections
MITA is a Madison, Wisconsin-based organization with the simple goal to connect and provide global know-how and resources to its members. MITA provides international trade information to the organizations and individuals looking to expand their international reach. From trade agreements to export documentation to economic trends and prevailing world issues, MITA keeps its members “in the know.”
Helping Companies Succeed in Today’s Global Economy
The Madison International Trade Association (MITA) provides critical resources to EMPOWER Wisconsin manufacturers, organizations and individuals to succeed globally. Our mission is to foster a better understanding of the issues, practices, information, legislation and trends that affect and influence all aspects of global trade.