One-Day Seminar –
Emerging Global Trade Trends: Where Are The Future Profit Pools For Hawaii’s Companies?
Date: March 26, 2015
Time: 9:00am – 3:50pm
Venue: YWCA Laniakea | Fuller Conference Room
Address: 1040 Richards St. | Across from I’olani Palace
Parking: Public Parking Lot at Alii Place Office Tower | 1099 Alakea St. | Enter Right Side of Alakea Street
Registration fee: $65 per person
Pre-pay on PayPal
No walk-up payment
Lunch: Available for purchase at the Julia Café — YWCA
- Discover key emerging trade trends that will affect Hawaii’s companies the next 12 to 24 months
- Find out how rapidly changing demographic shifts are recasting major market locations and consumer tastes
- See how cyber security is becoming an essential defense to prevent company high-jacking’s …especially if you are a prime target — small enterprises like those in Hawaii
- Investigate how 3-D printing is migrating from prototype parts to production…will your customers print their own brownies?
- Learn how affordable IT solutions and applications can enable your company to create agile engagement with overseas distributors and customer groups
- Examine how to sort through the change-driven choices coming your way to choose the best business strategy for your company
- Engaging speakers with frontline experience and fresh perspectives, including:
- Jack Suyderhoud, Prof. Business Economics, Shidler Business School
- Ed Arias: Special Agent, FBI
- Rob Haak: CEO, Insight InterAsia
- Collin Kobayashi: CEO, 3-D Innovations
Presented by the Hawaii Pacific Export Council.
Sponsored by State of Hawaii Department of Business Economic Development and Tourism.