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26th Annual International Business Forum & Networking Evening (GBANE 2019)

Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019

Register before February 15th

Where:
MORGAN, LEWIS & BOCKIUS LLP
One Federal Street
Boston, MA
When:
5:30pm to 9:00PM
Fee:
$45 GABC Members
$60 Non-Members

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As a member of Global Business Alliance of New England (GBANE),  GABC is again a partner in the 26th Annual International Business Forum and Networking Night.

Join us for this premier international event of the year (that always sells out) and that attracts companies from New England involved in international business:

Under the title “Managing Global Risk in a Changing Environment” this year’s Forum topics will cover:

  • Global trade policy changes and tariff increases
  • The ripple effects of political issues across the globe
  • The impact of Brexit on global markets

SpeakersJoseph Brusuelas, Chief Economist, RSM; Simon Hart, Partner, Knowledge Management & Brexit, RSM

PanelistsKenneth Nunnenkamp, Partner, Morgan Lewis; Harriet Cross, HM Consul General; two global companies that are being affected by tariffs.

The panel will be moderated by Douglas Banks, Executive Editor, BBJ .

Event Schedule:
5:30PM Registration & Early Networking
6:00PM Welcome and introductions
6:15PM Program
followed by Networking Reception with sponsors, international associations & government agencies exhibits.

This year’s Forum will be held at the Offices of Morgan Lewis, One Federal Street, Boston, MA.


Interested in becoming one of our GBANE exhibitors at the 26th International Business Forum?

The GBANE Forum presents a great opportunity to showcase your firm or company to a select group. A limited number of exhibitor tables/spaces are available at $650. Please contact us at info@gabc-boston.org for more information.


About GBANE:

GBANE has successfully promoted international interests among the business community for twenty five years. Previous GBANE events have covered such timely topics such as:

“Understanding cyber risk in the 21st century” (2018)
“The Impact of Moving People and Goods in the Global Economy” (2017)
“Open for Boston: Boston Abroad” (2016)
“Global Trade & Economic Outlook” (2015) among others.