Tuesday, August 22, 2017 Indonesia’s Commodity Exports
Coffee, Palm Oil, & More9:30am to 11:30 am
White Hall Hotel
105 East Delaware Place Chicago, IL 60611
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Friday, Sept. 29 CAPRC Q3
The third quarter meeting of the Central Asian Productivity research Center is scheduled at 1100, On Friday, September 29, at House of Fortune Restaurant, 2407 S. Wentworth Ave., in Chinatown.
Following will be a presentation focusing on NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES IN CHINA
Friday, Sept. 29 NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES IN CHINA
China Has More Development Initiatives Than Just One Belt One Road will be discussed by Anita Tang, managing director for Royal Roots Global, Inc., during a luncheon session of the Central Asian Productivity Research Center at 11:45 AM on Friday, September 29, at House of Fortune Restaurant, 2407 S. Wentworth Ave., Chicago.
During her presentation, Ms. Tang will discuss the various internal and external development initiatives in which China is focusing. She also will share some of her business experiences and business opportunities with and within China. Born and educated in Hong Kong, she was further educated in the U.S., first a B.B.A.in economics from Loyola University, Chicago, followed by an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Her first career was in financial markets trading interest rates, currencies, and financial and commodity futures in Asia and the U.S. In 1999, she decided to build a new career in the U.S. focusing on China business advisory. Ms. Tang was named a Fellow of the World Academy of Productivity Science in 2010 for her U.S.-China business contributions and achievements.
Registration: Members: $20 Non-members: $25
The CAPRC welcomes donations and financial sponsorships which are used for the CAPRC’s university student projects.
Send checks before Monday, Sept. 25, to:
CAPRC 5220 Ellington Ave.
Western Springs, IL 60558
October “Legal Aspects for Doing Business in Turkey”
October 16-18 U.S. Trade Mission to Azerbaijan
WHY JOIN THE MISSION
The U.S. Trade Mission is a response to the rapid growth of opportunities in Azerbaijan. It offers U.S. companies an opportunity to:
• Explore the Azerbaijani market;
• Learn how to increase profi ts and overcome international barriers;
• Network with leading regional industry experts, government offi cials and seasoned U.S. and global companies;
• Identify and meet prospective partners, customers, government buyers, agents and distributors;
• Meet one-on-one with key regional experts to discuss new market-entry strategies and insight.
WHO CAN JOIN
Organized by USACC and certified by the U.S. Commercial Service, the trade mission is open to U.S. companies, service providers, investors and consultants specializing in:
Agriculture Banking and Financial Services
Energy/Oil & Gas Food Industry
Healthcare IT/Communication Technologies
Light industry Infrastructure Construction
Machinery/Equipment Pharmaceutical Industry
Transport and Logistics Tourism and Hospitality
WHAT IS INCLUDED
The mission participation fee is $2,000 per company/per person. $250 will be charged for each additional person. The
following services will be covered by the organizers:
Appointment setting services; Field visits.
Breakfast briefing by U.S. Embassy officials and consultancy firms;
Official reception with U.S. Ambassador;
Pre-arranged logistics, including ground transportation and daily itinerary.
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED Airfare & Accommodation.
Please note that a travel visa is required to participate in the trade mission.
We recommend that all participants apply as soon as possible. For more information about travel visas, please contact us
at +1 (202) 333 8702 or email@example.com.
Friday, Nov. 3 CAPRC Q4 Business Session
November 3, 2017 CHANGING WORLD OF FINANCE
A seminar focusing on the “Changing World Of Finance” is scheduled at 10:30 A.M., Friday, November 3, at Northern Illinois University’s Loop Center, 105 W. Madison Street, Chicago. Organized: by the Central Asian Productivity Research Center.
Professor Harry Lepinske Chairman, CAPRC
Professor Paul Prabhaker, Associate Vice President
Global Programs College of Business Northern Illinois University
Vice Chairman, CAPRC
THE CHANGING WORLD OF FINANCE
A report about his personal experiences across the globe.
Michael Krzyston Chairman, CAPRC Finance Committee
CHALLENGES OF TEACHING FINANCE IN VIET NAM
Professor Michael Vasilou Department of Finance
Loyola University, Chicago
ISTANBUL:THE NEXT GLOBAL FINANCIAL CENTER
Dr. Orhan Erdem Assistant Professor of Finance
Rockford University Rockford, Illinois
HONG KONG: A GROWING FINANCIAL CENTER AND CHINA BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE
Winchell Cheung, Director-Midwest
Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Chicago
UNDERSTANDING ISLAMIC BANKING
Professor Arslan-Ayaydin Professor of Finance
University of Illinois-Chicago
Professor Karen Hunt Ahmed Adjunct Professor of Finance
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Professor Harry Lepinske. CAPRC Chair
There is no registration fee, but registration is requested for proper seating.
FOR REGISTRATION: firstname.lastname@example.org PH: 708-246-5556
January 2018 CAPRC Q1 Business Session
Proposed: Consulate General-Turkey
April 2018 2018 Silk Road Conference
Illinois Institute of Technology’s
Kent College of Law
565 W. Adams St.
May 2018 CAPRC Q2 Business Session
Proposed: Consulate General -Pakistan
September 2018 CAPRC Q3 Business Session
November 2018 CAPRC Q4 Business Session