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This Month's Coffee & DoughNets:

Tuesday, April 22 in Washington, DC
Going Global:
International Sales, Partnerships and Outsourcing

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This event hosted by the Washington DC Technology Council

what:

There are lots of reasons for going global, including customers, partners, development, and customer support, just to name a few. There are also many challenges on the road to leveraging those opportunities. At this month’s Coffee & DoughNets we’ll take a look at the upsides, downsides, and sideways of international business at “Going Global: A Look At International Sales, Partnerships & Outsourcing.” We’ll cover a broad range of topics from marketing and channel strategies to recruiting partners, outsourcing, managing remotely, and dealing with cultural differences. Our panel of entrepreneurs will share their experiences about what worked for them, and didn’t work, and why.

Moderator
Esther Smith, Partner, Qorvis Communications

 

Speakers
Sundaresan Raja, CEO of Airbee Wireless
John Malone, CEO of BizTelOne
Others to be announced

when:

Tuesday, April 22, 2003

7:00-8:00 AM, networking and refreshments

8:00-9:30 AM, program and Q&A

where:
Marvin Center at George Washington University
800 21st Street, NW 

Washington, DC 20052

Directions:
http://gwired.gwu.edu/mc/index.php?site=mc&id=1224

why:

These informal networking and information sessions give entrepreneurs the chance to exchange ideas, experiences and knowledge. Each session is an opportunity to meet other netpreneurs and gain ideas for your business. Registration is typically limited to approximately 250 with preference given to entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs. 

cost:

Made possible at no charge to the entrepreneur community through the support of our program partners and sponsors.

 

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Coffee & DoughNets

Despite the sunset of Netpreneur, Coffee & DoughNets continues in 2003 thanks in part to the efforts of four organizations dedicated to helping entrepreneurs in the Greater Washington region -- the Tech Council of Maryland, the Northern Virginia Technology Council, the Washington DC Technology Council, and Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology. Rotating between venues in Suburban Maryland, Northern Virginia, and DC, Coffee & DoughNets will remain the preeminent networking and educational event for the area's startup entrepreneurs.


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