January 26, 2010, Indianapolis, Indiana-The Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council (IMSDC), a non-profit organization devoted to minority business development in the State of Indiana, will hold a Global Business Summit on April 14, 2010 at the Indiana Convention Center.
This jam-packed event will incorporate all of the tools and resources you need to integrate your business in the global supply chain. The agenda for the Global Business Summit incorporates workshops and presentations from top Federal business organizations including the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Export-Import Bank of the United States, U.S. Trade and Development Agency, and the U.S. Department of Commerce/Commercial Services. Additional forums also include “Doing Business in China”, “Renewable Energy in Indiana & Globally”, and “Managing Global Projects”.
The Global Business Summit is an excellent opportunity for businesses wanting to integrate into the global supply chain. Register your company today by visiting www.imsdc.org.
About the Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council
The Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council is a free standing minority supplier development council. The Council is comprised of over 140 local and National corporate members and maintains a database of over 400 certified minority suppliers. The organization is an affiliate of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), and one of thirty-eight regional councils operating in the United States. The Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council was created by the Indianapolis business community in the mid ‘70s to address and support minority business development.
To learn more about the 2010 Global Business Summit or for registration information, please visit the Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council website at www.imsdc.org or call (317) 921-2680.