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Want to get involved in international business but have no idea where to start? A Beginner's Guide to Exporting & Importing will introduce you to the world of international business from a beginner’s perspective, introducing critical resources with each step. In about an hour, the World Trade Center Denver will provide you with a comprehensive package of resources to help you get started exporting or importing.
Come join your Posner Center colleagues for conversation and community. Please bring a bomber, six-pack, or other beverage (wine & non-alcoholic invited too) to share. See you there!
This course focuses on developing a strategic and tactical plan for entering new export markets, including selecting the right market for your product or service, determining how best to enter the market, and where to make the contacts necessary to get you there successfully. This class explores the practical business side of foreign regulations, language and logistical barriers, and fending off the inevitable invitation to corruption. Through a combination of lecture, discussion, and real-world context, you can actually begin to develop the footprint of a successful market entry plan for your business.
The WTC Denver invites all professionals engaged and interested in international design, development, and construction to the next WTC Denver Global Infrastructure Interest Group meeting. Come be part of the continued discussion in regard to current matters affecting development in the world today.
In a world of rising tensions between Russia and the United States, the Middle East and Europe, Sunnis and Shiites, Islamism and liberalism, Turkey is at the epicentre. Join World Denver to learn more about Erdogan and the crisis of modern Turkey from their guest, Dr. Soner Cagaptay as he discusses this and other thoughts from his book, The New Sultan.
This course deals with topics including: how goods clear Customs, documentation requirements, how to correctly fill out paperwork, payment of duties and liquidation, protests, adjustments (PEA/PSC), roles and responsibilities of a broker or freight forwarder, supply chain security, landed cost concept, and case studies focusing on basics of import classification and filing entry with U.S. Customs and Border Protection. This training is recommended for personnel involved in importing.
Come to this talk to better understand the centrality of women and girls’ health to broader global development goals and to understand how Ayzh is addressing these basic health needs. Learn about Ayzh’s business model and the advantages of a market-based approach to development. Explore the relationship between women and girls’ agency in their own healthcare to women’s broader participation and agency in society – globally and here at home as well.
Are you an experienced world traveler who likes to visit off the beaten path, unusual locations? Do you try to interact with locals whenever possible to gain cross cultural understanding? Do you travel to feel alive, get out of your comfort zone, have new experiences and discover new parts of yourself and the world? Are you known as "the traveler(s)" in your circle of friends? Join this meetup to talk about your interests and learn about upcoming trips.
The Chennai Committee of Denver Sister Cities International presents Slumdog Millionaire. There will be a discussion to follow with film professor Dr. Vincent Piturro. This event is free, but please RSVP.
International Commercial Terms, better known as Incoterms®, are the three most important letters in any international sales contract. Incoterms® determine which party is responsible for costs if a shipment is damaged in transit. This course gives you an in-depth look into the eleven different rules. This training is recommended for all exporters, importers, international sales personnel, purchasing agents, legal counsel, and finance and logistics professionals.
Join the Kunming Committee to celebrate the Year of the Pig with friends, food, and festivities!