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Experts Discuss "Negotiations Across Borders - High-Stake Negotiations That Impact National and Global Affairs"

5:45-6:00pm check-in; 6:05pm sharp to 6:45pm presentations; 6:45-7:15pm panel discussion; 7:15-7:30pm Q&A

Event Details

Speaker Series

Date: Wednesday November 14, 2018 | 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
Speaker(s):
Kasi Rao, President and CEO, Canada-India Business Council
Peter Sutherland, Board Member, Canada-Arab Business Council; former Canadian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Yemen
Jenarra De Souza, Manager - Trade Strategy and Intelligence, Ontario Ministry of International Trade

Moderator: William Smalley (MBA ’01), President, Route Five International Inc.
Topic: Negotiations Across Borders - High-Stake Negotiations That Impact National and Global Affairs
Venue: Fleck Atrium (Ground Floor, North Building) | map
Rotman School of Management, U of Toronto,
105 St George Street
Location: Toronto
Cost: Free to attend. Registration is required by noon on November 14.
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Synopsis: Committed to helping the Rotman community develop the right skill-sets to negotiate in complex situations, the Rotman Negotiation Club has organized “Negotiations Across Borders”, a dialogue designed around high-stake negotiations that impact national and global affairs. The format of the event will be centered around three panelists sharing anecdotal experiences negotiating a deal that they believe would add the most value to the theme of the evening. This will be followed by the moderator engaging the panel in a conversation that will tie the discussion to the current economic and political climate and the resultant challenges that we all face.

QUESTIONS: Adil Sethi, 416-802-8683, Adil.Sethi19@Rotman.Utoronto.Ca

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