Does anyone today truly doubt that we live in a global society? More and more businesses not only survive, but thrive, due to their international connections.
To help even more organizations take advantage, the World Trade Club of Indiana is presenting World Trade Day on April 17. The 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. event at the Ritz Charles in Carmel features a number of educational breakout sessions, an exhibit hall, networking opportunities and more.
Among the topics:
- Making sense of China
- Hiring for the global age
- Best practices in global banking
- The Export-import Bank, termed the best kept government secret since Area 51
Bill Adams, senior international economist for PNC Bank, will be the luncheon keynote speaker. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will offer welcoming remarks and Carmel Mayor James Brainard will discuss "Roundabout Carmel — A Look at Local Gowth and Global Expansion."
Full details and registration available online.