The U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce Hosts its XII the Doing Business with the World EXPO: Celebrating the Future of Minority Business for Global Development
The goal is to provide expert advice to small business owners on topics such as global trade, international procurement, financing, emergency preparedness, business planning and partnership with foreign companies.
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Washington DC. January 24, 2019 – The U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce will present its XII edition Bi-annual “Doing Business with the World Expo & Conferences DC”, a new world-wide minority small business event. The EXPO will offer businesses opportunities to learn and network. This event will be held Monday February 18, 2019 at the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce World Trade & Investment Center located at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington DC. The event starts from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM. RSVP is mandatory.
During the event, there will be five workshops:
- Get Tips on Protecting Your Place of Business: Emergency Preparedness Plan
- Doing business with Latin America & the Caribbean market
- How to do business with Canada & Mexico under new Trade Agreement
- How to do business with contruction of the large U.S Embassy in Honduras
- Multiply your Money through financial strategies in our global development
- An official update about our coming the 5th World Municipality Summit DC 2019
“The Doing Business with the World Expo & Conferences attracts top-notch speakers representing dozens of foreign representatives in DC, and valuable advice aspiring entrepreneurs need to consider when starting or expanding an international business”, said Doug Mayorga, President of the Executive Committee of the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce.
For registration as a vendor’s table at the trade-show, though the event’s focus is business-to-business. Tables and sponsorships are moving quickly, however; the deadline to sponsor the event or reserve a table is February 5th, 2019.
About U.S MCC: Founded in the year 2000, we represent the lifeblood of the American economy, the American Small Business, defending freedom and building dreams for U.S. minority entrepreneurs, the Caribbean and Latin America through the U.S. entrepreneurship. We are a Global Business Association designed to increase trade, investments and international cooperation across the world by reducing and, where possible, eliminating high costs of transatlantic trade and investment, including for example tariffs on nontraditional commodities or manufactured products, restrictions on Foreign Service suppliers, and limitations on investment possibilities.