Merlot Skin Care is very excited to be attending the Business Forward meeting at the White House this week.
The White House Business Council and Business Forward have invited select business leaders to join them to discuss the President’s export and international trade policies.
Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews, Deputy United States Trade Representative Ambassador Robert Holleyman, and senior Administration officials will lead the panel discussion.
Merlot’s Vice President, Michele Beckley, will be in attendance for the March 5 event. “As Merlot Skin Care begins to expand more internationally it’s a great opportunity to have input in the conversation surrounding U.S. trade policies,” Beckley says.
Since 2012 Beckley has been responsible for managing Merlot’s international expansion. She has shared her vital expertise on international ecommerce at the Small Business Development Center’s International Business Summits, frequently speaking on the challenges and opportunities of growing globally.
Merlot Skin Care products are available in the U.S., Canada, Japan, Peru, Dubai, and Vietnam.