globalEDGE is proud to be a sponsor of Coface's annual Country Risk Conference. The conference will be held on April 20th in New York City, and will focus on business to business trade around the world. Topics covered will include Brexit, how the United States' new trade policies will impact international trade, low oil prices, and the emerging markets in Central and Eastern Europe. Business professionals, consultants, and researchers are welcome to attend the event, and registration is available on Coface's site. To learn more about the conference, click here, and to learn more about country risk, visit our recently updated country risk pages.
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Established in 1988 as the National Association of Small Business International Trade Educators (NASBITE), NASBITE International is a nonprofit organization who aims at advancing global business practice, education, and training. NASBITE has been a leading organization that promotes an exchange of information and resources among global business education and assistance professionals. Among many others, NASBITE’s specialties include international trade, global marketing, small business administration, supply chain management, and professional development.
Coface is holding its annual Country Risk Conference Wednesday, May 4, 2016 in New York, NY. This conference is designed to help those involved in international trade to better understand the related risks in order to make sound business and investment decisions. Conference attendees typically include representatives from companies, banks, and academic institutions, as well as professionals from the international trade community. This year’s conference will feature a panel of speakers who will discuss the following topics: countries hardest hit by low oil prices, Latin America and Canada after the commodities boom, risk agility and decision making in an era of man-made risks, and more.
As May crawls to a close, the team here at the International Business Center at Michigan State University is gearing up for a highly anticipated event for faculty. Held at our renowned Kellogg Center every other year, the International Business Institute for Community College Faculty is an incredible learning environment for faculty nationwide to expand their institutions on the international spectrum.
The Academy of International Business is holding a conference this week focusing on rethinking the roles of business, government and NGOs in the global economy. The conference is sponsored by George Washington University and the University of Maryland. Every year, AIB members from 77 countries partake in conferences and activities that involve discussions, key-note speakers, and networking opportunities from professionals and academics around the world. To learn more about this year’s conference or become a member yourself, see our AIB page.