The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI), the State of Maryland and Legg Mason will be hosting Embassy Night: Showcasing Global Markets and Business Success on September 20 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.
Now in its 23rd year, WTCI’s Annual Embassy Program is one of largest congregations of Embassy officials and industry leaders in the North East. The event aims to provide elite connections between the region’s key decision makers, high level executives, Ambassadors and senior Embassy representatives setting the stage for immediate and long term global relationships.
Embassy Night features a Breakout Session on “Crossing Borders: Strategies and Experiences in the Global Market Place”, a VIP Ambassadors’ dinner, two international receptions, and a “Top Growing Global Markets” presentation that honors 2011’s country/company connections. Attendees will get the inside scoop and build on the successful learning of such notable organizations as Human Genome Sciences, Jhpiego, Emergent BioSolutions, GE Aviation, Legg Mason, BD Diagnostics, ARINC and Johns Hopkins University along with 25-plus international markets including Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, South Africa, Switzerland, India and Mexico.
Event proceeds will benefit WTCI’s International Visitors Program, described by Ambassadors as one of the most effective foreign policy tools of American diplomacy. It is strongly suggested guests reserve their seats early as last year’s dinner sold-out.
If you are interested in supporting this event by reserving a table and hosting an Ambassador from one of your top growing markets contact Eddie Resende. For additional information and online registration, visit the event web page or contact Janessa Shaikun, 410-576-0022 x 112.
Source: World Trade Center Institute