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Don’t Miss Out! Learn More About Expanding Your Practice Abroad on July 23


By Derek Washam, Manager, Federal & International Programs

On Tuesday, July 23, the AIA, with the AIA DC, the AIA Northern Virginia, and the AIA Potomac Valley, will host an afternoon workshop on expanding your practice overseas. Register now for Working Abroad in India: Pros, Cons, and Ways Forward at the AIA Headquarters to make sure that you do not miss out on gaining skills to make you and your firm even more competitive in growing foreign markets! These skills will help you stand out whether it is in India or anywhere else across the globe.

The international market offers a way for you to grow your business. But to fully take advantage of the potential, you will need business skills that may differ from those you already possess. Working internationally requires an understanding of the local culture, business etiquette, and regulations. At Working Abroad in India: Pros, Cons, and Ways Forward you will learn how to develop these skills and about various programs the U.S. government provides to help prepare and protect you abroad.

Panelists will include architects Mark Erdly, AIA and Suman Sorg, FAIA, the Department of Commerce, ExportDC, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, and the Export-Import Bank.

Registration and more information are available at www.aia.org/workingpcw!

Event Information

Working Abroad in India: Pros, Cons, and Ways Forward
1:00-4:30PM
Tuesday, July 23
The American Institute of Architects
1735 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006


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