On the morning of Monday, February 23, the World Trade Center of New Orleans is hosting "Think Asia, Think Hong Kong,” a discussion focused on opportunities for businesses in the United States – and in particular Louisiana – to invest in and do business with Chinese businesses. Attendees will learn about entering the Chinese, and larger Asian market and hear examples of American businesses have successfully done so.
This event is designed for businesses that want to know about opportunities in China and do business with Asian and other international companies. Specifically, the discussion will highlight the following industries and activities:
- Technology/Information and Communications Technology
- Selling to China and throughout Asia
With a large number of LCI policyholders in the industrial, manufacturing, and construction industries, there are many opportunities for you do to business internationally. Maybe your business makes something and ships it overseas, or maybe you purchase imported materials. Through this event, and its other programs, the World Trade Center is eager to help Louisiana businesses expand their business opportunities to international markets.
"Think Asia, Think Hong Kong” is open to the public, and LCI policyholders are offered a discount of 20% off general admission. Mr. Winchell Cheung, the Director, Midwest, of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in Chicago, will lead the discussion.
"Think Asia, Think Hong Kong”
Date: Monday, February 23, 2015
Time: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Location: Pimsoll Club
Westin Canal Place, 11th Floor
100 Rue Iberville, New Orleans, LA 70130
Admission: $25.00 for general admission. $20.00 for World Trade Center Members and LCI policyholders
Click here to register. Select "WTCNO Member” on the second page to receive the discount.
The World Trade Center of New Orleans (WTCNO) is one of the strongest international business organizations in the Gulf Coast region who creates a variety of opportunities for its stakeholders with the objective to add wealth to its community as well as create jobs through international trade and related services while fostering business and economic development by engaging in allied activities.