Each month, World Trade Center San Diego delivers the latest global news and updates straight to your inbox. In April 2021, here’s what you need to know about San Diego’s global trade, investment, and engagement:
WTCSD launches Go Global trade and investment strategy
In partnership with the Center for Commerce and Diplomacy at UC San Diego, WTCSD refreshed its regional strategic plan, focusing on global engagement as an engine for regional recovery and resilience. Available on web at goglobal2025.wtcsd.org, the plan includes an overview of San Diego’s economic and policy landscape, interactive foreign investment map, perspectives from executives of global firms, and more.
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MetroConnect company TradeSun partners with MarineTraffic
TradeSun recently launched a strategic partnership with MarineTraffic, which develops global ship tracking software. This partnership will significantly reduce exporters’ end-to-end processing time and human error, helping TradeSun customers fight against trade based financial crimes.
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Six things you should know about the state of logistics
At WTCSD’s seventh MetroConnect workshop, participating companies learned about export logistics from experts at Jas Forwarding, the University of San Diego Supply Chain Management Institute, City of San Diego, and California International Trade Center. From this informative session, here are six things you should know about supply chains and export regulations.
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Other san diego news
- San Diego International Airport, Honeywell team up to monitor airport behavior
- Carlsbad’s JLab Audio acquired by Tokyo-based Noritsu Koki in $370M deal
- Qualcomm CEO discusses 5G technology, expansion
- TuSimple raises $1.35B in IPO
- April 28 – International Trade Administration: Social Health Global Expansion Partnership
- April 28 – Institute for Supply Chain Excellence & Innovation: Accelerate North American Value Supply Chain in Mexico
- April 28 – Systran: Building Blocks To Going Global
GROW YOUR COMPANY IN SAN DIEGO ↓
World Trade Center San Diego works directly with companies—free of charge—to help them expand internationally and grow in San Diego.
- Export Specialty Center: For small companies interested in learning about exporting and international growth.
- MetroConnect: For small and medium sized companies ready to export and grow internationally.
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