This student-led conference will discuss the aspects of doing international business and economic growth in emerging markets. Speakers will share their experiences and perspectives on working in emerging markets, and will provide strategies and tips on best practices. Speakers include professionals from: USAID, the US International Economic Affairs Office with the White House National Security Council, the Inter-American Development Bank, and a hedge fund CEO & Chief Investment Officer.
The day will consist of a morning session, focusing on how the private sector does business in emerging markets, and an afternoon session focusing on how international development organizations and governments support economic growth. For a full list of speakers and an agenda, please visit: http://business.gwu.edu/CIBER/events/IBUS2013.cfm
This is a great opportunity to network with students and professionals working in international business. Registration and breakfast starts at 9am, and lunch is provided.
The Business Without Borders conference is hosted by the International Business Society (IBUS), the GW Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), and the Latin American Business Society.