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Now’s Your Chance to Learn How to Help Expand Your Practice Internationally!
By Derek Washam, Manager, Federal & International Programs
The AIA is working to help you capitalize on opportunities in new and thriving markets. In an effort to provide the information needed to expand your work abroad, the AIA has hosted the “Working Abroad in India: Pros, Cons, and Ways Forward” workshop in New York City and Chicago. On July 23 at 1pm, the AIA will be hosting this great learning opportunity at AIA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
India offers a myriad of opportunities to expand your business portfolio and serves as a case study for any international work. The country’s booming economy and growing middle class is leading to an increased demand for foreign architects to design many projects, including airports, residential and commercial buildings, and resorts. The AIA would like for you to be able to take advantage of these infrastructure, commercial, and residential projects in India and other foreign markets. This workshop will assist firms and AIA members by connecting them with members who have done work in India and resources that are available to help you succeed, including the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im), the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and ExportDC.
Attendees will learn about business opportunities that are available in India and other international markets, resources provided by the Federal government, and how to best use those resources. Problems that can occur while working abroad, how business practices differ from the United States, and how to comply with foreign laws will also be topics of discussion.
For more information on this workshop click here!
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