Fairleigh Dickinson University will host a seminar on “Doing Business in Mexico and Canada” Oct. 18 from 8:30 a.m. to noon, according to a news release.
“FDU has collaborated with U.S. Department of Commerce and the New Jersey Business Action Center as well as multinational corporations and service providers to offer business strategies to help companies compete in an increasingly competitive international business market,” Jason Scorza, FDU vice provost for International Education, said in the release.
More details about the event, as provided by FDU, are below:
The Speakers are:
Ambassador Sandra Fuentes-Berain
Consul General of Mexico
“Mexico is Open for Business.”
Eddy S. Mayen Director
Director, Office of International Business Development & Protocol State of NJ
Department of State Business Action Center
“The State of New Jersey offers a full range of international business services”
Canada Desk Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce
“Opportunities North of the Border: Why Canada is the Right Choice for Your Business”
“Creative International Trade Finance Programs of UPS
Director, CitiBank International Sector
“Citibank capabilities and banking environment.”
Acting Director, U.S. Commercial Service, Northern New Jersey
“Export Services available through the U.S. Department of Commerce”
Vice President, Channel Sales
“Oh Canada-An Exporter’s Experience in Doing Business in Canada and Where to find the smart Data sources in USA and Canada-Netprospex ".
The cost of the event is $35, which includes program registration and continental breakfast and $10 for students (valid student ID required).
The event will be held at the Rutherford Room of the Student Center at 1000 River Road in Teaneck