Tapping U.S. Government Resources for Exports-Gabriela Zelaya-06/02/2009 - 8:30am

Event Information
Event Topic: 
Tapping U.S. Government Resources for Exports
Event Date: 
06/02/2009 - 8:30am
Event Location: 
Sunnyvale City Council Chambers, 456 West Olive Ave., Sunnyvale, CA
Speaker Information
Event Speaker: 
Gabriela Zelaya
Event Speaker Title: 
International Trade Specialist
Event Speaker Company: 
U.S. Commercial Service
Event Speaker Bio: 

Gabriela Zelaya, International Trade Specialist in the Silicon Valley U.S. Commercial Service office, counsels small U.S. businesses on a variety of export-related issues, including international business development, international marketing strategies, foreign customs regulations, and shipping logistics. Mrs. Zelaya’s clients fall in a number of different industry sectors including Health Care Technologies, Education and Training Services.

Mrs. Zelaya is a member of two International Trade Administration teams: the Heath Care team and the Education and Training team, of which she is a core member. Among other activities, Mrs. Zelaya has worked closely with companies on developing cost-effective strategies to penetrate foreign markets and/or overcome international trade barriers.

Before joining the Commercial Service, Mrs. Zelaya worked as a Data Analyst for the Joint Drug Intelligence Group in Norwalk, CA. Mrs. Zelaya holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science/Law and Society (U.C. Riverside, 2001) and a master’s degree in International Studies (University of Miami, 2002).

Event Details
$0 - Free
Event Details: 

The U.S. Commercial Service is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce and promotes the worldwide export of goods and services. Our network includes 107 export assistance centers nationwide and more than 150 offices in 87 countries (www.export.gov). Mrs. Gabriela Zelaya will present on the U.S. Commercial Service and how USCS can help companies in the Healthcare Technologies sector assess market potential for their products/services, find partners (distributors, J/V, End Users, etc.), trade leads, overcome trade barriers, find information on regulations for the export of healthcare technologies, protect their IP, and much more.