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The Latin Business Association

in conjunction with




proudly promotes


“Making Hay”:
The Future of U.S. Competitiveness
In the Age of Globalization

taking place

Thursday, April 30, 2015

11:30 am to 2:30 pm


3 Flames Restaurant & Banquet

1547 Meridian Avenue
San Jose, CA 95125

Join us for lunch and a one-of-a-kind, fast-paced, multi-media presentation that will guide you through the seven decades-long odyssey that has come to be known as ‘globalization’. ‘Making Hay’ presents the convergence of historical events and undeniable factors that drove the U.S. to become a ‘Consumption Society’.

‘Making Hay’ is presented by Dan Gardner, President and co-founder of Los Angeles supply chain consulting firm Trade Facilitators, Inc. (TFI). He is a well known international business executive, author and multi-award winning adjunct professor of global supply chain management.

An author of four books on global trade, Dan Gardner’s ‘Making Hay’ is one of the most interesting and factual based presentations on America’s history and inner workings of global trade that ever could be presented in a lightning-fast 1 ½ hour presentation, and should be a requirement for professionals and students of global trade to experience.

Conference Agenda

    11:30 am-12:00 pm
    12:00-12:30 pm
    12:30-2:30 pm
  • View the Brief Conference Summary Video

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    Lunch included
    Early bird: $55

    Until April 1st
    Discounted: $65

    Through April 22nd
    Final week registration: $75

    Deadline for online registration:
    April 29th on or before 5:00 pm

    @ DOOR:
    Tel. (831) 335-4780

    Register Now!


    About MBITA- Monterey Bay International Trade Association

    MBITA is a non-profit organization dedicated to provide trade promotion services to the California, U.S. and foreign country business communities. MBITA utilizes advanced Global eCommerce technologies for its clients and members to maximize global trade opportunities.

    Learn more about MBITA.

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