Gov. Deval Patrick to deliver keynote speech at Global Trade Summit

Brandeis International Business School hosts second annual event

Photo/Mike Lovett

Gov. Deval Patrick and International Business School Dean Bruce Magid talk at the 2011 summit.

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick will be the keynote speaker at the Brandeis International Business School’s second annual Global Trade Summit.

This one-day conference will be held on Tuesday, April 3, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Levin Ballroom. It presents an opportunity for professionals seeking to understand and succeed in global markets. It is designed to help companies identify and take advantage of international business opportunities.

An Organizing Committee composed of leading Massachusetts business organizations and the key government agencies involved with international trade has given special attention to designing sessions that will provide useful, practical information. The summit will feature more than 25 experts in sessions on the state of particular markets, successful international business strategies and important economic trends.

This year, the summit will focus on opportunities in emerging markets and will give special attention to four countries: Brazil, India, Israel and Turkey.

Registration is required. For additional information, call (781) 736-2178 or email.

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