The Baltimore-based World Trade Center Institute is hosting an “Embassy Night” on Oct. 4 that will highlight successful partnerships around the world between nations and businesses and feature a dinner speech by Dean Doug Guthrie.
Representatives from over 30 countries are expected at the event, which is designed to showcase global markets and business success. Guthrie will speak on the role of universities in the global economy.
The event, to be held in the atrium ballroom at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center at1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, in Washinton, D.C., costs $175 for institute members and $225 for nonmembers.
Among the country and company connections to be honored are Brazil and ARINC; the Czech Republic and Linet America; Ireland and RTI; Kuwait and the Kennedy Kreiger Institute; and the Netherlands and BD Diagnostics.