Greater Irvine Chamber’s OC World Trade Week Forum Goes Global with Digital Format

Wednesday, April 01, 2020

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The Greater Irvine Chamber’s sixth annual Orange County World Trade Week (OCWTW) forum will be live streamed to a global audience on Tuesday, May 12 – Thursday, May 14.

Information and advice delivered digitally by a global lineup of speakers and panelists is even more relevant now as the world deals with disruptions caused by the health crisis of the Coronavirus pandemic. The program will feature a keynote from Mark O’Connell, CEO, OCO Global, who will discuss Globalization: Pandemic, Populism, and Power.

OCWTW forum will include an Orange County trade and export overview from a representative of the U.S. Commercial Service, and the panel discussion, Navigating the New Trade Landscape - China, BREXIT, USMCA, featuring experts from around the world.

The Exporter of the Year Award, Partner of the Year award, and Global LeadershipAwards will be presented digitally during this year’s program.

Since its inaugural event in 2015, OCWTW has convened thousands of attendees from Orange County’s International-American chambers and business associations, public sector and private trade organizations, and members of the business community, growing awareness of the impact of international trade and export in Orange County.

Registration is free and is participants will be able to access live content on a first come first served basis. Space is limited. Some portions of the program will be recorded and made available following OCWTW.

More information on OCWTW 2020 can be found here.

For sponsorship, partnership, or with questions about the new digital format, contact Jessica Yip.

Category: Events, International Trade, Economic News, COVID-19