Oct. 6  ADVANCING THE FUTURE OF NORTH AMERICAN MANUFACTURING  More

Oct. 6  WHAT''S NEW IN THE US-MEXICO-CANADA AGREEMENT  More

Oct. 6  WHAT DOES THE CHIPS ACT MEAN FOR U.S.-CHINA SEMICONDUCTOR COMPETITION?  More

Oct. 6  WORLD BANK 101: PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC SECTOR PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS – BECOMING A VENDOR, CONSULTING CONTRACTS AND WORKING WITH PRIMES  More

Oct. 6  INFRASTRUCTURE IN UKRAINE: A MINISTRY DISCUSSION ON REBUILDING FOR U.S. BUSINESS  More

Oct. 7  INTERNATIONAL TRADE FINANCE: GETTING PAID  More

ITAGC Events

Oct. 7  16TH ANNUAL SILK ROAD CONFERENCE  More

Oct. 12  CHINA: RISKS, REWARDS AND NAVIGATING THE DIFFERENCES  More

Oct. 19  SUPPLY CHAIN & GLOBALIZATION  More

Oct. 21  REBOOT YOUR BUSINESS FOR GLOBAL GROWTH  More

Oct. 26  MANUFACTURER’S OUTLOOK: A PANEL DISCUSSION  More

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As a public service, the ITA/GC publishes a listing of international business events. The calendar is distributed to over 5,000 ITA/GC members and non-members. The Calendar is a collaborative effort among the International Trade Association of Greater Chicago (ITA/GC), the Illinois Trade Office (ITO) of the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), and the Illinois District Export Council (IDEC) on behalf of The U.S. Export Assistance Center/Chicago (USEAC). Inclusion of an event does not imply endorsement by any of the sponsoring organizations.

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Oct. 6  ADVANCING THE FUTURE OF NORTH AMERICAN MANUFACTURING

Program, sponsored by the Consulate General of Canada, promises unparalleled access to members of the Canadian innovation ecosystem. Join business leaders and economic developers from across Canada as they share first-hand knowledge about the tax advantages, R&D clusters, cutting-edge ecosystems, access to skilled talent, and other benefits of establishing and doing business in Canada. Speakers include: Niloo Boroun, Executive Director, Consider Canada City Alliance; Jason Myers, CEO, Next Generation Manufacturing Canada; Melissa Lederer, Chief Experience Officer, mHUB; Balaji Padmanabhan, VP Operations and Supply Chain Organization for North America, Barry Callebaut; Jim Kirk (Moderator), Group Publisher and Executive Editor, Crain''s Chicago Business. 3:00 – 7:00 p.m., mHUB, 965 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago.

For information & registration, please see:
https://web.cvent.com/event/00b77921-5757-4baf-a149-e49df935494d/summary.

Oct. 6  WHAT''S NEW IN THE US-MEXICO-CANADA AGREEMENT

Webinar, sponsored by the World Trade Research Institute, will cover the details of the changes and how U.S. companies can take advantage of the new export opportunities. 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. CDT. Fee: $65.

For information & registration, please see:
https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eje0io51888b2aa4&oseq=&c=&ch=.

Oct. 6  WHAT DOES THE CHIPS ACT MEAN FOR U.S.-CHINA SEMICONDUCTOR COMPETITION?

Virtual program, sponsored by SupChina, features Chris Marquis, Cambridge University, in conversation with Rory Murphy, Vice President of Government Affairs, US-China Business Council and Paul Triolo, Senior VP for China and Technology Policy Lead, Albright Stonebridge Group. 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CDT. No fee; advance registration required. For information and registration, please see: https://events.supchina.com/event/what-does-the-chips-act-mean-for-us-china-semiconductor-competition/.




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