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Navigating the Global Economy

Best Business Practices at Home & Abroad

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
8:00 – 8:30 AM Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00 AM Program

The Museum of the American Revolution
101 South 3rd street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Greater Philadelphia — along with other metropolitan centers — is prompting a change in the global economy. These cities are hubs for talent, capital, and infrastructure — and are sparking lasting innovations across the world's wealth and resources.

Learn from other domestic and international business leaders as they discuss our region's role in the global economy and how to navigate geo-economics in areas such as trade, innovation, and talent.

Featured Speakers:
Peter Gonzales, President and CEO, Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians
Blandine Chantepie-Kari, Director, Global Startup Accelerator, Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians

Panel: Navigating the Global Economy
Chris Bozek
, Managing Director, Head of Working Capital Solutions, Santander Bank North America
Gordon Branov, Chief Executive Officer, Pilot Freight Services
Dennis Johnson, Chief Financial Officer, Qlik
Tony Juliano, Chief Operating Officer, JLL
Alexis "Lex" Miller, Director of Business Operations for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, WeWork
Moderated by: Linda Mysliwy Conlin, President, World Trade Center Greater Philadelphia

Member exhibit table opportunities are available*, included you will receive:
- Two tickets to attend the program
- 6-foot skirted table
- Recognition in program agenda
*Please note that exclusions apply, please contact event coordinator for details.


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Non-Member Individual Ticket
Member Tabletop Exhibit


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