North America 's Competitive Agenda

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Being my first year attending Virginia Commonwealth University, I would personally like to give a HUGE Thank You to the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Richmond Partnership Inc., the Virginia International Business Council, the U.S. commercial Service Richmond Export Assistance Center, VCU’s Global Education Office, the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. These organizations are a part of Universal Corporation, whom sponsored an event I never thought I would see myself having the opportunity to attend. Tuesday October 13, 2015 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm located at the Virginia Commonwealth University Student Commons Ballroom (907 Floyd Avenue Richmond, Virginia) was the 21st Annual International Business Forum. The presentation “North America 's Competitive Agenda: Why and How the U.S., Canada and Mexico Should Enhance Their Alliance to Meet the Asian and European Challenges of the 21st Century,” had four fabulous participants including Van R. Wood, Ph. D., Arturo Sarukhan, Brandon J. Price, Ph.D., and Giles Gauthier. These men presented the room with a conference about Globalization. . Moderator Van R. Wood, Ph. D is a professor of international marketing and Phillip Morris Chair in International Business, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business. In the past Mr. Wood has been accepting a numerous amount of grants to develop international programs some
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