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Doing Business in Cuba: What’s Next? Live Webinar – June 23

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On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 12:00 noon EST, join OWIT International for an insightful conversation about rapidly evolving business opportunities in Cuba.  The Webinar will highlight particular areas of interest, including: Learning what is legal for U.S. businesses as it relates to Cuba. Learning what travel to Cuba is authorized. Learning about IDT Telecom’s direct READ MORE

Hear How Companies are SUCCESSFULLY Doing Business with Cuba – May 14, 2015


Are you in South Florida and thinking of doing business with Cuba? Do you want to hear from those already successfully doing business with Cuba? Do you want to fully understand what is legal now?  May 14, 2015, I have JUST the event for you! This is your LAST CHANCE to register! You’ll get a READ MORE

Careers for Women in Transportation

“Be Bold! Women in Transportation” will feature prominent women in the transportation, logistics and supply chain management industry. The purpose of the event is to inform about career opportunities and attract women and minorities to the transportation industry. I’m thrilled to moderate this event where you’ll hear from top notch keynote speakers, Michelle Livingstone, VP READ MORE


If you import, you need to! On behalf of the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT-South Florida), I am hosting an informal round table where members OWIT will have the opportunity to get to know one another and learn all about compliance with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)! Yes, men are welcome! This session is especially READ MORE

OWIT-South Florida – Get to Know this Group

On January 27, 2010 you will have the opportunity to meet the new Board of Directors for the Organization of Women in International Trade’s South Florida Chapter– don’t miss this networking opportunity.   OWIT-South Florida is a networking and educational organization that promotes women and men in international trade and commerce. As the incoming President to READ MORE