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  February
4 International Business Forum & Networking Evening (Boston)
 
  *** Save the date - details coming soon ***
  March 
6 Understanding Incoterms (webinar)
11 or 12 Cuba Sanctions Update (webinar)
TBA Establishing & Managing International Channel Relationships (webinar)
  April 
14 Bureau of Industry and Security: Complying with US Export Controls, Part I (Boston)
15 Bureau of Industry and Security: Complying with US Export Controls, Part II (Boston)
16 Bureau of Industry and Security: ITAR to EAR License Procedures (Boston)
30 Export Compliance Automation Benchmarking Roundtable (North Reading)
  May 
5, 6 or 7 Export School Fast Track Certificate Program (Sturbridge)
13 Deemed Export Compliance & Technology Control Plan Development (webinar)
20 Export Classification, Documentation and Valuation (Mansfield)
  June
5 Best Practices for End Use Screening (Burlington)
11 Exporting Under License Exceptions & De Minimus (webinar)
TBA Winning the China Challenge: Getting Your Goods In and Your Money Out (webinar)
  ARCHIVED WEBINARS

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  • The Brazil Customs Challenge
  • Meeting the India Customs Challenge
  • Complying with Encryption Export Controls and Import Requirements
  • Export Control Reform Implementation
  • Exporting Temporary, Repair, Replacement and Hand-Carry Shipments
  • Countdown to Compliance: Transition Planning Under Export Control Reform
  • Specially Designed Demystified
  • OFAC Webinar Series
  • Complying with the New Foreign Trade Regulations Export Requirements
  • Negotiating and Structuring International Distribution Contracts
  • Russia Sanctions Update: US and EU Requirements for Compliance
  • Developing an Integrated Global Trade Compliance Program
  • Complying with Encryption Export Controls
     
 
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Program Descriptions 

21st Annual International Business Forum & Networking Evening:
Global Trade & Economic Outlook: Implications for International Business
in the Year Ahead

networking cosponsorsJoin us for the premier international event of the year! This event attracts New England companies involved in international business. The evening features a global trade and economic outlook forum and a resource center with many international trade associations and government agencies presenting informative exhibits. Meet corporate executives and other professionals interested in world trade—while learning about the vast resources available to help your company’s international business!
 

Agenda
4:00 p.m.  Registration 
4:45-5:30 p.m.  Social Media Workshop - Understanding the Marketing Transformation from Telling to Engaging  
5:45 p.m. Remarks from The Honorable Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Massachusetts Assistant Secretary for Business Development, Nam Pham
6:00-7:00 p.m.  Global Trade & Economic Outlook:Implications for International Business in the Year Ahead Workshop
7:00 p.m.  Networking Reception with international associations & government agencies involved in international trade exhibits
   
   

The speakers for the Global Trade and Economic Outlook workshop will be:
 

Michael Goodman   
 
Michael Goodman
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Executive Director of the Public Policy Center at UMass Dartmouth  
Michael Klein  
 
Michael Klein
William L. Clayton Professor of International Economic Affairs at
Tufts University 
   
With special guests:
Mayor Martin Walsh   
 
The Honorable Martin J. Walsh
Mayor of the City of Boston
Nam Pham   
 
Nam Pham
Massachusetts Assistant Secretary for Business Development
   

Understanding the Marketing Transformation from Telling to Engaging

Social Media, Public Relations, Content Marketing and Interactive. They all sound like disparate marketing services but in reality, have all melded together to form one of the most powerful communications channels for any business looking to grow. Advertising and marketing are no longer just about telling but much more importantly, they are about engaging.

Join GBANE’s panel discussion on this important transformation. Moderated by Rick McKenna, president of global marketing and advertising firm Wallwork Curry McKenna. He will ask the critical questions about how to embrace this transformation to a panel of industry experts who are on the forefront of navigating this marketing transformation. The panelists include Kyle Graham from Decibel Media; Rick Brutti from UR Business Network and Christopher Nahil from Message & Medium, LLC.

RSVP by January 28. Parking is available at garage under the building, at your own cost. Picture ID is required for entry into the building. Public Transportation – South Station & State Street T stops.

Date: Wednesday, February 4, 2015 (snow date: February 5)
Time: 4:30 p.m. Registration; 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Workshops; Networking reception follows
Location: Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP (formerly Bingham McCutchen LLP), One Federal Street, Boston
Cost: $45 members; $60 for non-members & at the door (does not include parking)
Contact: Massachusetts Export Center at 617-973-8664

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