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July

8-10 New York.  6th Annual New York City Venture Capital Conference & Showcase. "Catch the Next Wave: How to Transform, Build & Finance Companies When Seas Are Rough." The New York USEAC is a proud media sponsor of the premier Venture Capital event in New York City—Where the World Does Business! All new format includes: 22 VC panels on SWAT tactics for your business; 40 elevator pitches; 8 advisory board panels; and more. Attend to hear from over 100 VC speakers and business leaders from around the world! To register, exhibit, present, or sponsor, or to request more information, call 1-212-832-7334, email info@nycventureconference or visit http://www.nycventureconference.com.

 

11-13 Philadelphia, PA. Latin American Buyers Mission. Food Export USA and the Foreign Agricultural Service in Philadelphia, PA will host one-on-one meetings with 30 buyers from the Caribbean, Latin, and South America looking for all types of food and beverage products. For buyer profiles and additional information contact Tracy Grainger at 215-829-9111 or by e-mail at tgrainger@foodexpousa.org, or contact Bill Kimball at 518-457-7076 or by e-mail bill.kimbal@agmkt.state.ny.us.

 

12 One World Trade Center, 44th Floor, Global Business Roundtable, World Trade Centers Association, NEXCO and the Consulate General of India, New York  present "Investment and Trade Opportunties in the Special Economic Zones in India" 10 a.m. - 2p.m.. An expert panel and the Minister of Industry and Commerce from India will present marketing, exporting and importing opportunities offered by the Spcial Economic Zones in India. Seminar is free of charge. Space is limited. Preregistration is required by Monday, July 9. Lunch will be provided. Contact Lynda Icochea (tel:201 814 0336, fax: 201 440 1216,  lyndai@bigplanet.com, http://www.nexco.org).

 

16 New York Waterways, West 38th Street, Pier 17, NEXCO,  Manhattan International Development Corporation,World Trade Centers Association, Export Assistance Center, Women in International Trade, Global Business Roundtable, NY/NJ Port Authoriuty, NY District Export Council  present "Annual International Networking New York Harbor Port Cruise" 7 p.m. sharp - 9:30 p.m.. $55 (member of sponsoring associations), $65 (non-member).Contact Lynda Icochea (tel: 201 814 0336, fax: 201 440 1216,  lyndai@bigplanet.com, http://www.nexco.org) or Nancy Ploeger (tel: 201 410 1071, fax (212 831 4244, np@manhattancc.org).

 

17 New York, United States-Mexico - Chamber of Commerce presents Midsummer Night Networking Recpetion.  Guest of Honor: H.E. Leticia Navarro Minister of Toursim, Mexico.  6:30-8:30 PM.  Free for members of the USMCOC/$35.00 for non-members.  For more informaiton visit: www.usmcoc.org

 

18 Rochelle Park, NJ, Global Business Roundtable  presents "Doing Business with Chile" 12 noon - 2 p.m.. An expert panel will present the  trade opportunities for trade with Chile, benefits of USA-Chile Free Trade Agreement and practical strategies for successful business transactions. $30 for GBR/NEXCO/WTCA member. $40 - non-member. Contact Lynda Icochea (tel: 201 814 0336, fax: 201 440 1216,  lyndai@bigplanet.com, http://www.nexco.org).

 

18-19 Tirana, Albania. American Catalog Show in Albania. The US Embassy and American Chamber of Commerce in Albania are co-sponsoring a catalog show to promote US-made furniture, construction materials and technology, and food packaging and processing equipment. There is NO COST to participate. To learn more, contact Bryan Harmon (212-466-5195, Bryan.Harmon@mail.doc.gov).

 

21-24 Munich, Germany. Sporting Goods Catalog Show ISPO Summer 2001. The Commerce Department Office of Consumer Goods is sponsoring a US product sample/literature center at ISPO Summer Show, a sporting equipment, apparel and accessories exhibition. For details, contact Bryan Harmon (212-466-5195, Bryan.Harmon@mail.doc.gov).