This CATA exclusive teleforum recording bundle provides critical insights from industry leaders on the opportunities and challenges entering the Indian and Latin American markets.
Demystifying India Teleforum Recording
Demystifying India provides valuable insights on effective market research and business planning, the Indian business culture, export and investment challenges, financing and risk mitigation strategies, legal issues, and much more from leading Indian trade and culture experts.
Marvin K. Hough - Executive-in-Residence, Telfer School of Management
Marvin Hough draws on 30 years of experience with Export Development Canada (EDC), Canada's official export credit agency. His experience also included a four-year interchange assignment with the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade where he served as a Senior Trade Commissioner in New Delhi, India. He has been involved in supporting Canadian trade with India for over 20 years.
Jas Kalra - Facilitator and Program Design, Graybridge Malkam
Jas is an engaging speaker and facilitator who has been designing, developing and facilitating training programs using adult education principles for almost nine years. She has lived in over 6 countries allowing her to deepen her knowledge of different cultures. Before working with Graybridge Malkam, Jas managed, designed, developed and facilitated adult education programs for various private sector organizations in India.
Latin American Emerging Market Teleforum Recording
Learn more about the present opportunities in Latin America and how to diversify your exports with the Latin American Emerging Market Teleforum. Understand how developing economies such as Argentina, Chile, Colombia Brazil, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica and Mexico are growing and should gain new consideration for IT & Telecom export diversification.
Kevin Suitor, Vice President, Marketing at Redline Communications (Canada)
Kevin Suitor, Vice President, Marketing at Redline Communications, is responsible for identifying key partnerships and building market awareness globally. His extensive market and technology knowledge relating to service providers and equipment manufacturers has helped him author numerous articles in several industry publications.
Alberto Quiroz, VP of International Sales for I-Gard Corp (Canada)
Alberto is I-Gard's Business Development Manager for the America's. He has extensive experience in Business Development and establishing channel partnerhsips throughout Central and South America. His knowledge of the region will provide practical and unique insights to the various geographies and their opportunities and challenges. I-Gard is a leading manufacturer of custom electric assemblies.
Katia Rivareneyra, Canada Trade Commissioner (Canada Embassy Peru)
Ms. Rivadeneyra has been with the Commercial Section of the Canadian Embassy in Lima, Peru since September 1996. With a background in marketing, Ms. Rivadeneyra's responsibilities currently include the identification of business opportunities in information and communication technologies, security products, health industries, consumer products, education, service industries and capital projects, and arts and cultural industries.
Daniel Ramos, President at eXpancom (Brazil)
Daniel's expertise stems from 11 years in Latin American marketing and market research within the telecommunications and ICT industries. Prior to founding eXpancom he held management positions at Bell Canada and Harris MCD in Latin America. eXpancom provides unique market research and geographic specific insights customized for SMBs. This allows executives and entrepreneurs to make informed decisions in a timely and cost effective manner.
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