International business experts to discuss regional entrepreneurship
SUNY Oswego’s School of Business, Center for Business and Community Development, and Office of International Education and Programs will sponsor a symposium on “Building Entrepreneurial Regions: A NAFTA (United States, Canada, Mexico) Perspective” at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 28, in the Center for Entrepreneurs, Room 118 of Rich Hall on campus.
There is no charge to attend, and the public is invited.
Presenters will include Leonel Corona, professor of economics at the National University of Mexico; Jerome Doutriaux, professor of management at the University of Ottawa; and Sarfraz Mian, professor of management at SUNY Oswego.
These three internationally known experts on regional entrepreneurship and enterprise development will be together in Oswego completing their book on the subject, which focuses on the three countries that are partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement.
For more information about the symposium or other services, call the SUNY Oswego Center for Business and Community Development at 312-3492.
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(Posted: Jan 18, 2005)