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The Conference of World Affairs has decided to take place online instead of canceling! The 2020 CWA speakers and CU faculty experts have volunteered their time to participate in these panel discussions, all of which will be held online via Zoom. Attendees can submit questions for the moderator via the chat feature in Zoom.
Each session has a maximum capacity of 500 online attendees: please RSVP for the sessions you would like to attend. All sessions will be recorded and posted shortly afterward to the CWA YouTube channel.
Jeff Seems, Founder of Trident Training, will be hosting this webinar. The webinar will cover the following topics: Set Realistic Expectations for China, Understand Chinese Business Mentality, Adapt Sales Approach, The Art of The Deal. Please register by April 7!
Join WorldDenver for a town hall featuring General Wesley Clark and a prominent Colorado Conservative to discuss the importance of bipartisanship in foreign policy. Please register by 12PM on April 6!
Taking your business global often means expanding your team to include international team members. Whether you are a global business looking to expand into a new market or a small enterprise contracting an international representative, expanding your personnel beyond borders comes with challenges. Two business professionals with extensive experience throughout the international employee process will provide you the framework to hire abroad and manage your global team.
Collaboration is at the heart of the GlobalMindED conference – among educators, entrepreneurs and business leaders, policymakers in government and nonprofits, and first-generation college students themselves. Hundreds of dedicated professionals and students will come together to learn from world famous keynote speakers and take part in breakout sessions that target educational change. They will share what has worked in classrooms throughout the country and come away with ways to craft innovative approaches in different settings.
Most importantly, they will talk with each other – and build on one another’s successes as they grapple with preparing today’s first generation students for tomorrow’s workforce. GlobalMindED is about having a collective impact on students who want to succeed at a time when our country needs them to succeed.