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Special Program on Nov 20, 2013

Doing Business in Mexico and Brazil: Key Markets for Latin America Growth Strategies for US Technology Companies

Are you looking to expand into Mexico and/or Brazil? Please join Global Ideas Xchange (GIX), NIS Global, Reed Smith, and Stanford University US-Asia Technology Management Center for an exclusive gathering of leading executives and thought leaders focused on doing business in Latin America.

Participate in an evening of networking and an interactive discussion on the changing landscape of the region and opportunities within, with particular emphasis on the two largest economies – Mexico and Brazil.

Our expert group of panelists will share their knowledge of the region and explore the practical aspects of doing business in Mexico and Brazil, including:

  • The economic environment and impact of trends on the industry, including reform initiatives
  • Legal, tax, and regulatory requirements for operating in these countries
  • Challenges, opportunities and costs of having a presence in the region, and trading across borders
  • “Top 3” common mistakes that businesses make when entering the market

This event is geared towards corporate executives of technology companies who are considering expanding into the region and formulating a Latin America growth strategy.

Bismarck Lepe, Co-Founder, Ooyala
Megan Mackh, Enterprise Online Sales & Operations Manager, Google
Laura Gomez, International Product, Jawbone
Garth Osterman, Partner, Reed Smith
Guilherme Cruz, Partner, Neo Intelligence (São Paulo)
Omar Monroy, Partner, Mink Global, S.C.
Moderated by
Dr. Richard Dasher, Director, Stanford University US-Asia Technology Management Center

Places are limited so early registration is advised.


WEDNESDAY, Nov 20, 2013
5:30pm – 8:00pm | Light refreshments

Cypress Semiconductor Auditorium (a.k.a. CISX Auditorium)
Paul G. Allen Building, Stanford University
330 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305

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Registration is $20.00. Please click on the following link to register for the event.  On-site registration not available.

RSVP by 5pm Monday, Nov 18th, 2013

We look forward to seeing you on November 20th!

Global Ideas Xchange and the Stanford University US-Asia Technology Management Center would like to thank our sponsors, Reed Smith and NIS Global, for their generous support of this program!