June 9, 2022, 1:30-2:30 pm Pacific

Event Type:  

Webinar via Zoom

Participation is free with registration

Meeting link provided in registration confirmation email.


Kellie Holloway
U.S. Commercial Service - Oregon

Export Sanctions: A Review in Light of Current World Affairs

As part of the Oregon District Export Council's Lunch & Learn series, this webinar will provide a recap on Sanctions, types, risk exposure and red flags,  and key market awareness considerations in light of current world affairs (i.e. Russia).  Bring your business concerns and questions for a productive dialog around complex issues impacting international trade. Discuss led by practicing legal export compliance experts.

Presentation and Conversation covering: 

  • What Sanctions are/are not
  • Types of Sanctions
  • Impact to U.S. Exporters / Risks of Non-Compliance
  • Stakeholders (government agencies that impose/who they apply to)
  • Spotting Potential Issues / Red Flags
  • Recent Activities / Market Awareness (i.e. Russia)

Discuss led by:

Jon Yormick, Northern Ohio District Export Council
Flannery Georgalis LLC

Akana Ma, Oregon District Export Council
Buchalter Law Firm LLC



This event is brought to you by the Oregon District Export Council with support of the National Association of District Export Councils, and the U.S. Commercial Service.   

The Oregon District Export Council is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 comprised of international business leaders with a passion for supporting exports growth of Oregon/Southwest Washington businesses, and strengthening local and U.S. economic prosperity in the process.   


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The U.S. Commercial Service/Portland, OR and the Health Products Association-China present this one-hour webinar focusing on cross-border e-Commerce sales to China of nutritional supplements, processed foods/beverages and cosmetics/personal care products. 


Topics Covered: 

1)      Activating your brand prior to Market Entry

2)     Use of Social Media and Live-Streaming

3)     Developing an Integrated Strategy for eCommerce Success in China

4)     Registration and Approval of Nutritional Supplements to expand into traditional retail commerce in China

Established in July 2010, Health Products Association – China (HPA-China) is a U.S. non-profit 501(c6) organization dedicated to the overall natural health products industry including dietary supplements, nutritional ingredients, organic foods, natural cosmetics, sports nutrition, probiotics, omega fatty acids and traditional herbal products. The association’s primary focus is the continued development of China’s dietary supplement and overall natural health product industry. The association works closely with both government and industry to achieve its objective. HPA-China differs from other associations as it offers it members business related services to help them succeed in one of the most challenging markets in the world.