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GLOBAL TRADE 2001 – OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES

Raritan Valley Community College
Corporate & Continuing Education
The Center for International Business & Education
with support of the Pennsylvania-Russia Business Council

present

10th Annual International Business Conference
"Global Trade 2001: Opportunities & Challenges"
An International Conference for Growing Businesses in New Jersey

Date: Friday, June 8, 2001
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Advance Registration: $60
At the Door: $75
Raritan Valley Community College
Advanced Technology Center, North Branch, NJ
(4 miles west of the Somerville Circle)

Luncheon Keynote Speaker:
Mayor Jim McGreevey

Come meet and confer with business and government experts to discuss international trade opportunity. Network with a growing community of international business people.

Topics to be included:

  • Dreams to Reality: Going International
  • Increasing Sales through Market Research
  • Partnering for Success
  • Trade Shows
  • E-Commerce & Showcase of BuyUSA.com
  • Patent Rights & Intellectual Properties
  • Business Opportunities in Asia, Europe & Latin America
  • Trading on a Shoestring Budget
A Networking reception with Consulate Generals following event

$60.00 Advance Registration $75.00 Door Registration
$45.00 Member Registration (Center for International Business & Education)
(Resource Handbook, Continental Breakfast and Lunch included in registration fee)
Please make checks payable to:
Raritan Valley Community College

Mail your Registration Form and check to:
Tulsi R. Maharjan, Ph.D.
Raritan Valley Community College
Center for International Business & Education
P.O. Box 3300
Somerville, NJ 08876
(908) 526-1200 ext. 8235

For more information please contact Val Kogan, PRBC President at phone: (215) 708-2628, email: prbc@worldnet.att.net or visit the PRBC website at: www.fita.org/prbc.



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