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One Week Left to Register: Working Abroad in India: Pros, Cons, and Ways Forward

By Derek Washam, Manager, Federal & International Programs

You may have seen that on April 30, AIA and AIA Chicago will be hosting a Working Abroad in India – Pros, Cons, & Ways Forward morning training session. The date is quickly approaching, so be sure to register now so you don’t miss out on this event that will help you and your firm learn how to seize the numerous architectural opportunities in any of thriving and emerging overseas markets, whether it is in Asia, Africa, Europe, or Latin America!

This event will provide you with extensive background on working in foreign countries and what resources are available to help you succeed. India will serve as a catalyst for discussions on international opportunities, business practices, and challenges that may occur, as the country provides an interesting case study your work worldwide. Panels will include speakers from HOK, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill, the Department of Commerce, the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Small Business Administration, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. Together they will provide information and resources that will assist you when entering or expanding your presence in foreign markets.

Also, you will be the first to hear an exciting announcement from the Department of Commerce that can benefit your work abroad! The event will be hosted at AIA Chicago, 35 East Wacker Drive from 8:30am until noon.


We hope that you will take advantage of this exciting opportunity to explore expanding your practice abroad. For more information, visit

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