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Baldwins Waypoint(tm) USA 2006

Baldwins Waypoint(tm) USA 2006, supported by the American Chamber of Commerce.

I am pleased to advise you of the upcoming Baldwins Waypoint(tm) USA 2006, which Amcham are associated with.

This one day practical seminar is designed to arm you and your business for successful integration into the world's wealthiest economy and will deliver:

- An excellent line up of New Zealand business leaders currently dealing with the USA, tasked to share practical advice and insights to guard against expensive and avoidable mistakes when entering the USA.

- A practical forum that will strengthen your knowledge portfolio for successful integration into the world's wealthiest economy.

- A business forum aimed at strategic decision makers from small companies to large organisations across all areas of innovation which have an interest in the USA as a viable market for growth and expansion.

Wellington 1st August, Christchurch 2nd August, Auckland 3rd August.
9.00am - 5.00pm with a cocktail function to follow.
Investment : $150 (incl GST)

Attendees will hear commentary from:

His Excellency William McCormick, US Ambassador to New Zealand
Mr John Wood, former NZ Ambassador to the US
Mike Hearn, Executive Director, American Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand
Bob Walters, CEO, Export New Zealand
Jill Tattersall, CEO Les Mills International Ltd
Brett Hewlett, CEO Comvita Ltd
Sue Wright, COO, Safer Sleep Ltd
Derek Anderson, General Manager, DHL Express
Kari White, International Market Manager (North & South America), New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
Intellectual Property Panel featuring partners from Baldwins
Jai Basrur, Director Corporate Finance, Horwath Porter Wigglesworth Limited
Jim Henderson, National Manager Trade Sales Corporate, ANZ Bank
Lynette Stanton, Patent Counsel, Douglas Pharmaceuticals Ltd

The full conference outline and registration information is attached. Please respond direct to Baldwin's

Kind regards
Mike Hearn
Executive Director
American Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand




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