President and General Manager Paul Campbell of Campbell Scientific, Inc. will inspire attendees at September’s Utah Global Forum by relating the journey the company took to international success.

Based in Logan, Utah, the company has affiliate offices in the United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, China and seven other countries. The company is internationally recognized for producing reliable and accurate data-acquisition instruments. The products have been used in environmental, research and industrial markets for applications such as air-quality monitoring, bridge and dam monitoring and vehicle-performance testing.

Campbell Scientific exports 40 percent of goods manufactured at the Utah facility to affiliate offices worldwide.

With more than 35 years at this global company, Campbell give business owners an example of how other Utah businesses can become successful in the international market. Campbell currently serves on a U.S. Department of Commerce committee tasked with advising the federal government on environmental trade issues and helping the government increase exports of U.S. environmental industry products and services.

Any company with an intent in growing or starting their firm in exporting must attend the Utah Global Forum, presented by Governor Gary R. Herbert. UGF is Utah’s premiere international event organized to connect Utah business owners, leadership, sales and marketing professionals with individuals and companies who already have a strong presence in the exporting ecosystem.

The event will attract a broad domestic and international business audience that attendees and sponsors can connect with to create the necessary contacts to export more efficiently and economically to the global marketplace.

In conjunction with World Trade Center Utah, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and the Salt Lake Chamber, Governor Gary R. Herbert will present this forum on Sept. 24 in the Salt Palace, Grand Ballroom. To register, visit utahglobalforum.com. Registration is limited and will sell out quickly.