Creating Canada U.S. Trade Opportunities For Women

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Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto says
Please register in advance for this event: http://uoft.me/acrossborders

Friday June 02, 2017 | 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM

SPEAKERS:
Elle Ayoub Zadeh, Founder, CEO and Creative Director, Zvelle
Sumit Nagi, CEO, Containers International
Nancy Allen, President and CEO, WBDC Florida
TBA, Global Affairs Canada

MODERATOR: Romaine Seguin, President, UPS International Inc., Americas Region (Canada and Latin America)

TOPIC: "Building Relationships Across Borders: Creating Canada-U.S. Trade Opportunities for Women Through Trade Missions”

SYNOPSIS: A cross-border panel discussion featuring entrepreneurs and experts in exporting and diversity procurement in the U.S. market, will talk about how investing in these cross-border relationships can help you thrive as both a business woman and an exporter. The focus of the discussion will be on building relationships to expand your business outside of Canada, through participation in trade missions. Trade missions give Canadian women-owned businesses access to U.S.- based business networks to explore procurement and partnership opportunities, contacts with businesses in regional markets and relevant sector specific resources for women in business in the U.S. Trade missions empower relationship building, which is at the heart of long-term cross-border business building.

SPEAKER SERIES HOST: Initiative for Women in Business @ Rotman

SESSION CO-HOST: Business Women in International Trade (BWIT) of Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Global Affairs Canada

VENUE: CIBC Room (Third Floor, North Building) | Rotman School of Management, U of Toronto, 105 St George Street

COST: $34.99 plus HST per person; $29.99 plus HST per person for Rotman or University of Toronto alumni and Toronto Board of Trade Members

REGISTRATION: http://uoft.me/acrossborders
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By: Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto