E. Scott Bozek – Advisor and Business Liaison to The World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank
R. Daniel Gaines, Business Consulting Industry Specialist, International Trade Administration, U.S. Foreign and Commercial Service
IMC NCR looks for opportunities to leverage what is special and unique about our National Capital Region. Home to our nation's capital, there are international characteristics that are incumbent to our city. We are home to the U.S. Government foreign relations, foreign affairs and foreign aid infrastructure; to the foreign embassy community; and to numerous international non-governmental organizations. New York City may be the U.S. capital of international finance and business, but we in DC have all the rest,
International Consulting offers diverse opportunities for independent consulting firms, e.g., augmenting staff on consulting assignments outside of the U.S. borders, contributing subject matter expertise to multi-national challenges; and consulting domestically to organizations serving markets and stakeholders beyond US territorial domains.
IMC NCR’s October 16 chapter meeting and program provides the DC-based management consulting community with an informed overview of the opportunities, characteristics, and requirements involved in providing management consulting services to and for clients in or concerned with non-U.S. markets.
Our expert panel will feature executives from the commercial sector, U.S. government agencies, and international NGO's who operate in or serve markets outside of the U.S. In a panel discussion format, they will address:
Moderated by IMCNCR President Raymond Suarez CMC®, our panelists will include:
- Where, when and how management consultants and other external subject matter experts fit within their organization’s business models
- The types of projects they undertake that lend themselves to partnering and subcontracting with external subject matter experts and staff augmenting consultants
- The characteristics, attributes and competencies their organizations look for when evaluating external consultants
- What management consultants can do to market effectively to international organizations
- How management consulting professionals can enhance and create value for international clients.
- Joe Oliver – Emerging Markets Infrastructure and Projects, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services
- E. Scott Bozek – Advisor and Business Liaison to The World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank
- Elizabeth Turner – Public/Private Partnerships Specialist, U.S. Agency for International Development
- Sanjeev Joshipura – US/India Relations Consultant, SJ Consulting
- R. Daniel Gaines, Business Consulting Industry Specialist, International Trade Administration, U.S. Foreign and Commercial Service
Space for this meeting will be limited.
The member discount rate of $45 applies through Sunday, October 12. After October 12, remaining seats will be available to both members and non-members at the normal rates of $55 and $65, respectively. Our location for this meeting is Le Meridien Hotel, 1121 19th Street, Arlington, VA, 3 blocks from the Rosslyn Metro
IMCUSA MEMBERS DON’T DELAY
Reserve your place for this Member Priority-Advanced Registration Meeting!
5:30 pm - Networking and Cocktails
6:45 pm - Buffet dinner with chapter business and introductions
8:00 pm - Executive Panel Discussion with Q&A
9:15 pm – Adjourn
LOCATION: LeMeridien is conveniently located in Arlington, VA. Just minutes from Washington, DC and only 0.2 miles to the Rosslyn Metro. From Metro, walk north toward Key Bridge and cross North Lynn Street.
METRO: ROSSLYN (Exit East side, left (north). L on North Moore, right (east) on 19th Street, 1.5 blocks to hotel on left.)
DRIVING: Map and Driving Directions
PARKING: Valet parking at Le Meridien is $18-30. Hotel underground self-parking garage is operated by Colonial Parking, with the entrance at 19th and North Kent Street ($5 after 6pm). On street Pay-to-Park where available.
Register early (by midnight Sunday the week of the event) and get a $10 Discount.