The New NAFTA: What It Means for Your Business
This discussion is with business leaders, exporters, importers and cross-border investors on how NAFTA will change.
Our panel includes business leaders in each country who are aware of all the changes in this important agreement. Top expert Dan Ujczo, Trade Practice Group Chair at Dickinson Wright will start.
You may attend in Scottsdale, Nashville or from wherever you are via zoom.
Join Global Chamber® for this important multi-metro event in-person or virtually on ZOOM to hear the latest, and to BE PREPARED.
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Goal: Learn from business experts who are up-to-date on all the information exporters and importers need to know about NAFTA and other trade agreements.
Who Should Attend: Executives at exporters, importers & investors - CEOs, COOs, CFOs, EVPs, business, sales, marketing.
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Attend virtually from anywhere... you'll receive a zoom login.
In-person locations: Metro Phoenix: Skysong, 1475 N Scottsdale Rd, Room 201, Scottsdale, AZ, 7:30am-9:30am
And Metro Nashville: Dickinson Wright, 424 Church Street, Suite 1401, Nashville, TN. 9:30am-11:30am
@ 30 before the hour... Gather/Network at Scottsdale and Nashville.
00.00 Start the Multi-Metro Globinar - 8am Pacific, 10am Central, 11am Eastern US.
- "Update on NAFTA and Tariffs" - Daniel D. Ujczo, Practice Group Chair at Dickinson Wright
- "Finalizing NAFTA and Other Trade Agreements - US Perspective" - Carol Colombo, Regional Contact to the U.S. Trade Rep Amb. Lighthizer
- "The Impact to Businesses of NAFTA Changes - Canada Perspective" - Grant Doyle, Executive Director at Global Chamber Calgary
- "The Impact to Businesses of NAFTA Changes - Mexico Perspective" - Arturo Zamarippa, Executive Director at Global Chamber Guanajuato, Christian Aguirre, Executive Director at Global Chamber Hermosillo, and Indira Jeffrey, Director at iGlobal Business Consulting
- "Expected Currency Impact" - Dr. John Min, Chief Economist at Tempus
01:15 End Events and Virtual Globinar
Post Event Networking
Daniel D. Ujczo, Practice Group Chair - International and Regional Practices at Dickinson Wright. Dan is an international trade and customs lawyer who specializes in Canada-United States and North American matters. In addition to his legal practice, Dan has responsibility for coordinating the firm’s innovative Canada-US Platform where Dickinson Wright is one of a limited number of legal service providers that have full-service offices located in Canada and the United States. Dan collaborates with more than 400 Dickinson Wright attorneys who regularly assist businesses that are navigating the cross-border regulatory and legal environment on issues such as customs and regulatory compliance, corporate structuring, M&A, taxation, business immigration, intellectual property protection, and financial incentives. Dan also provides public policy counsel to government officials and industry leaders in areas of regulatory cooperation, border security, economic development, labor mobility, and public-private-partnerships. A US-licensed lawyer, Dan is one of the few individuals that has served in the US and Canadian governments, as well as private practice and academia.
Carol Colombo, Regional Point of Contact to the U.S. Trade Representative Amb. Lighthizer. Carol has been representing the Office of the President of the United States, U.S. Trade Representative for the State of Arizona. She also serves on the Arizona District Export Council, and is Chairman at Amber Alert GPS. Carol leads the Trade Policy Committee for the Global Chamber Phoenix Chapter.
Grant Doyle, Executive Director at Global Chamber Calgary. Grant is a Business Development and Brand Building expert with experience in Entertainment, Education, Oil and Gas, Technology, Sports, Agriculture, Tourism and Government Relations. He has an extensive network of connections across the world and he has built a network of nearly 60,000 people through brand building and business development. He's bringing those connections and skills together as he builds out a successful chapter of Global Chamber in Calgary.
Arturo Zamarippa, Executive Director at Global Chamber Guanajuato
Support by: Christian Aguirre, Executive Director at Global Chamber Hermosillo and Indira Jeffrey, Director at iGlobal Business Consulting
Dr. John Min is the Chief Economist with Tempus. Prior to working with Tempus, John was Founder and Chief Economist for World First USA and worked as the VP of Sales for Ruesch International, an international financial institution based in Washington DC. Throughout his career, Dr. Min has also worked with companies such as JP Morgan Chase, Everbank, Management Concepts, Western Union, AFEX, and Ebury. Outside of the office, John spends much of his time in the classroom teaching economics at Northern Virginia Community College since 1999 and masters of finance courses at New England College of Business and Finance and London Academy of Trading since 2008. He earned his Doctorate in Economics in 2003 from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.