WWTLC: Wisconsin World Trade Legislation Council
Madison, Wisconsin-- More than 2,500 Wisconsin businesses and individuals involved in foreign trade were invited this week to join the newly formed Wisconsin World Trade Legislation Council (WWTLC) and attend its first event in Madison on Monday, May 17, 2004 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Madison Club. The program will include a panel discussion by Wisconsin government officials who attended the recent trade mission to China, briefings on Wisconsin trade policies that affect businesses throughout the state and a luncheon panel about “Perspectives on World Trade” featuring Wisconsin’s trade representatives from Mexico, Brazil, Canada and China.
Membership in The Wisconsin World Trade Legislation Council is open to any business, non-profit organization or individual who has an interest in global trade opportunities. The WWTLC’s goal is to become a voice for Wisconsin’s business community in supporting state government policies that will enhance the environment for Wisconsin to more effectively compete in the international economy. For more information, go to www.wwtlc.org or contact Lisa Roys, executive director at (608) 204-5806.