High Tech Road Show - Dallas Fort Worth
Approximately 20 delegates from several Arab countries will come to Dallas Fort Worth. There will be company CEOs coming to look for business partners, M&A opportunities, and investors looking for investment opportunities from real estate to high tech investments. There will also be companies looking for US partners to distribute their products and looking for products to represent in their countries.
Bill Sproull, CEO of the Metroplex Technology Business Council will be a keynote speaker talking about the North Texas high tech business community.
Date: Jan. 16
Time: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: Intercontinental Dallas Hotel
15201 Dallas Parkway
BIS Dallas 2015: Export Administration Regulations and International Traffic in Arms Regulations Compliance Seminar
The seminar is hosted by the North Texas District Export Council and the U.S. Commercial Service for companies needing direction with export regulations and compliance certification for employees.
*Jan. 27 to 28 will provide detailed knowledge of complying with the Department of Commerce's Export Administration Regulations, including classifying commodities, determining if export licensure is necessary, and developing a compliance program that protects companies upon audit.
*Jan, 29 is an update for Aerospace and Defense companies. Export Control Reform is migrating responsibility for some aircraft, gas turbine engines, and related items from the Department of State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls to the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security's jurisdiction.
Event dates: Jan. 27 - 29
Time: 7:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Center for American and International Law
5201 Democracy Drive
Plano, TX 75024
Cost: $550 for three days - includes breakfast, lunch, and breaks
$200 for last day only - includes breakfast, lunch, and breaks
for three days
Richardson Chamber of Commerce - Signature Luncheon: The economic engine that is DFW International
Since it opened in 1974, there probably has been no greater economic engine for North Texas than the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. With 143,000 employees and a payroll of $9.4 billion, the world's fourth largest airport pumps $31.6 billion into the regional economy. Find out the latest information about the airport from facility renovations to the increase in international travel and how it will affect our community in 2015.
Sean Donohue, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport president will be speaking.
Event date: Jan. 29