Global Chamber Goes Fully Virtual Until Coronavirus Passes

Posted by: Doug Bruhnke - Global Chamber on Sunday, March 15, 2020

With the most recent developments on coronavirus including entire countries moving inside and home, Global Chamber® has adjusted our programming to better support our members in the upcoming weeks and months.

We previously mentioned about now we continue to emphasize warm introductions HERE. Those intros are accelerating to keep our members connecting to new clients and opportunities during this period when many members are unable to meet people in person.

In addition we have already changed our in-person events to be virtual, including the Grow Globally Fair Tucson on Tuesday.

We also have a number of other events in London, Washington DC, Phoenix, Denver, Dhaka and more that have already been modified. This week we have 9 virtual events (!!) to keep members engaged: MoreKEEP CALM... we're NOT CANCELLED!!

So in addition to the Grow Globally Fair Tucson on Tuesday, earlier on Tuesday we have a globinar scheduled with Dan Ujczo of Dickinson Wright to discuss USMCA and other Americas trade agreements. And our Baltimore-Washington chapter advisory board is virtual.

On Wednesday we're opening up our international product pricing seminar to members AND non-members for free to keep exporters engaged on an important topic while we all endure our collective coronavirus challenge. We'll keep being flexible and resilient to meet every challenge.

Members... reach out to engage with specific people in your target, and connect via our globinars and webinars along the way, too.

Be global and UNSTOPPABLE!

Doug Bruhnke - founder/CEO at Global Chamber®




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