Thursday, October 21
16:00am – 17:00am CEST
Would you like to internationalize your business? Meet ambitious and innovative companies into this webinar on internationalization in the U.S..
During the month of October 2021, we’re hosting a series of events focused on the different aspects of internationalization like the do’s and don’ts when entering a new market, legislation, business culture, work, and living conditions. These events are specifically designed for the needs of creative and innovative startups. We will go into depth on specific topics through active interaction between the participants and the experts.
By attending this webinar you will:
– get inspiration about what you can achieve by going abroad;
– connect with new markets and new stakeholders;
– participate in the discussion and raise interest in your project;
– find new opportunities for networking and cooperation.
Buke Cuhadar – Vice President of the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN)
Buke Cuhadar serves as Vice President of the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), a year-round platform of programs and initiatives created by the communities that celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week each November. Aimed at creating one global entrepreneurial ecosystem, GEN helps people in 160+ countries unleash their ideas and turn them into promising new ventures. Buke has primary responsibility for coordinating the leaders of national networks in each of those countries while strengthening the collection of organizations that support them. Prior to joining Global Entrepreneurship Network, Buke was the Marcom and Outreach Director at Endeavor Turkey, an affiliate of a global organization to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs around the world.
Yohan Jacob – Retailbound
Yohan Jacob is known internationally as the Retail Coach. A noted author, retail consultant, and retail coach, Yohan teaches entrepreneurs, inventors, and small suppliers how to stand apart from the competition and get their products sold to retailers and distributors. Visit him online at retailbound.com.
Carolina Rendeiro – Connect 2 Global
Carolina Rendeiro is a strong proponent of community involvement and of the importance of creating synergy between businesses and their communities. In 2001 she opened the first Incubator/Accelerator program in partnership with IBM and Darby Tech Ventures in Coral Gables. Prior to starting Connect2Global, she was VP of International Business Development for eMerge Americas and President of the World Strategic Forum. She currently serves on the following boards – NFTE, BB&T Advisory Board, Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce (previously was Chairman 2007-2008), Executive VP of OWIT, Sister Cities International Board, Washington, DC, Coral Gables Economic Development Board, and the Association of Sister Cities of Florida, as Executive Director. She is working with EU startups in connecting them with the proper companies, not only in the US but in Latam and vice versa.
Julia Youngs – Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Julia currently serves as the Special Programs Manager at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she supports the development of Indigenous entrepreneurship programs focused on the creative, cultural, and agricultural industries. Prior to that, she served as the Acceleration Programs Manager for Creative Startups leading where she oversaw creative business acceleration programs in the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. She is a Doctoral candidate in Sustainable Urban Development at Oxford University.