[New Event] HOW AN ENGINEERING STARTUP FOUNDER TO MAKE FIRST SALES IN THE USA?
Hey GoGlobers! The new event is here! HOW AN ENGINEERING STARTUP FOUNDER TO MAKE FIRST SALES IN THE USA? Development of a go-to-market strategy as an indicator of the maturity of a startup for an investor.
At the webinar, we will discuss the need to understand the structure of the US market for your products, we will talk about the development of stages and ways to enter the US market, regulatory documentation, certification required for the import and sale of Products in the USA.
We will touch upon such topics as the study of competitors' manufacturers, their prices and distribution structure, negotiations with contractors, designers, sellers to study the market and attempts to make pre-sale.
Please meet the speakers!
Rod Tuvaev, CEO Rodup.us, expert practitioner on customs legislation in the Russian Federation, EU, USA and Canada.
19 years of experience in export control, trade compliance, international trade, customs operations. He held senior positions in the field of foreign economic activity in German-Russian and Italian-Russian enterprises. He headed a logistics company in Germany (Dusseldorf) and a customs broker service company in the Russian Federation (Moscow). Since 2015, he has been conducting business and residing in the USA, Los Angeles. Personally advises key clients of the company - US exporters, on export procedures, administration policies, licensing, regulatory compliance, sanctions rules (including those related to financial transactions). Member of the Professional Association of Exporters and Importers (PAEI), Los Angeles, California. Certified expert by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).
Yuri Vlasov, Founder and CEO Wattsbattery.com
Yuri Vlasov has worked at Gazprom for over 10 years. In 2014, Vlasov entered the Skolkovo business school, which was the beginning of a new life. In August 2015, Vlasov traveled to California for a training module in Silicon Valley.
In 2015 he founded WATTS Battery. Watts Battery is a rechargeable battery that can store energy from wall outlets and solar panels.
For five years of development, the startup attracted $ 3 million in investment and distributed several dozen devices to companies and individuals in Russia, Europe and Africa. This year Vlasov plans to produce 1,000 batteries.
Maxim Antonenko, CEO, Co-founder of Ant Robotics
Ant Robotics frees workers from tedious trolley movements, allowing them to focus on smarter, more productive operations. The company has developed a new approach to automating industrial materials handling - using autonomous mobile robots to drive a reconfigurable production line on the fly.
The event will be held on March 29th online and in Russian
Register by the link below