The Keys to Success

to Enter the U.S. Market

In Partnership With

 

RIGA - LATVIA

TALLINN - ESTONIA

VILNIUS - LITHUANIA

US Market Entry Masterclass - VILNIUS
Mon, Oct 22
Location is TBD
Oct 22, 2018, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Location is TBD
For growing Baltic companies planning to expand to the U.S., ​  the key to success is careful planning and preparation.
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MORNING SEMINAR
Fri, Mar 09
Radisson Lietuva, Konstitucijos pr.20
Mar 09, 2018, 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Radisson Lietuva, Konstitucijos pr.20, Vilnius, Lithuania
Planning on starting or expanding a business in the USA? Join us in discovering the legal myths and cultural landmines, along with the best practices for market entry in the land of opportunity. This seminar will give you the keys to success in the U.S. market.
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MORNING SEMINAR
Wed, Mar 07
Sorainen, Kawe Plaza, Pärnu mnt 15
Mar 07, 2018, 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sorainen, Kawe Plaza, Pärnu mnt 15, Tallinn, Estonia
Planning on starting or expanding a business in the USA? Join us in discovering the legal myths and cultural landmines, along with the best practices for market entry in the land of opportunity. This seminar will give you the keys to success in the U.S. market.
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MORNING SEMINAR
Mon, Mar 05
Kr.Valdemara street 35
Mar 05, 2018, 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Kr.Valdemara street 35, Riga, Latvia
Planning on starting or expanding a business in the USA? Join us in discovering the legal myths and cultural landmines, along with the best practices for market entry in the land of opportunity. This seminar will give you the keys to success in the U.S. market.
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Description

Planning to expand your business in the USA?

 

For companies on a growth trajectory, for accelerators, incubators, entrepreneurship programs, founders, funders and anyone supporting Latvian, Lithuanian or Estonian companies in their expansion abroad.

The U.S. Market is a must in order to claim the title of “Global Company”. Although a challenging market requiring resources and dedication, it is achievable with the right guidance, with grit and an understanding of the correct steps to follow.

Join us, and learn firsthand from the leading experts from Global Commerce Education. Drawing on their long experience in helping foreign companies enter the U.S. Market, they will share with you the legal and cultural landmines, along with practical advice for a successful market entry.

 

Speakers

Sophie Lechner is Founder & CEO of Global Commerce Education, Inc., Sophie has a Bachelor’s of Law from King’s College in London, a Maîtrise de Droit and a DESS from Université de Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne, and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Columbia University in New York. She began her career as in-house legal counsel for Bouygues, then British Petroleum in France. After completing her MBA she joined Pfizer in New York where she led teams and projects across many countries, managed professional education for several billion-dollar global brands 

and pioneered the role of Alliance Manager. She later joined Bayer where she led multinational conferences and workshops for physicians and researchers.

After 25 years in global strategy on multicultural teams, Sophie founded Global Commerce Education, creating the G2 Experience program to accelerate companies’ global expansion. The intensive six-day full immersion in the target market offers business leaders strategic guidance, cultural and communication training, and targeted networking to meet experts, vetted service providers and potential customers.

Sophie also speaks at workshops, conferences and webinars offered by Global Commerce Education or co-sponsored with private companies or national development agencies, in the US and abroad.

Marc Friedman is Director of Professional Relations at Global Commerce Education. He was previously a Partner at Dentons, a global law firm, where he was in the Venture, and Intellectual Property and Technology practices. He specialized in assisting foreign businesses in establishing operations in the U.S. as a part of a globalization  trategy. This included business formation and organization, employee relations, intellectual property protection,

commercial contracts and more. In addition, Marc was an acclaimed trial and appellate lawyer with more than 45 years of experience representing technology and other companies in intellectual property, technology and other business disputes. He is in the Who's Who of Technology, Media and Telecommunications lawyers, Best Lawyers in America and New York SuperLawyers.

Marc is a known pioneer in technology law. A well-known authority on the subject matter of technology including intellectual property, Marc has published more than 100 articles and is the author of A Vendor's Guide to Computer Contracting, a widely read treatise.

He frequently lectures throughout North America, South America, Europe and Australia, and at several US law schools. Marc is a former president of the International Technology Law Association.

Marc also maintains a vibrant Executive Coaching practice.

 
 

Agenda

9:30 - 10:00   Registration and Coffee

10:00 - 10:05   Welcome 

10:05 - 10:15     Opening Remarks - Baltic American Chamber of Commerce

10:15 - 11:15   Legal myths about doing business in the US

Marc S. Friedman, Director of Professional Relations,

Global Commerce Education, Inc.

Formerly Partner, Dentons US LLP

                         

11:15 - 12:30   Cultural landmines and how to avoid them

                         Sophie Lechner, Founder & CEO, Global Commerce Education, Inc.

12:30 -13:00      Q&A/Discussion Panel Style

13:00      Networking

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