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10/1/2009
When: Thursday, October 1, 2009
7.30-9:00 AM
Where: Marriott Hotel
4700 Airport Plaza Drive
Long Beach, California  90815
United States
Contact: Anita Katzenbach

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Consulting in a Globally Connected World

A Presentation and Discussion of the Issues a Consultant Must Address
When Advising Domestic Clients
Considering Entering the International Market
By
Owen Jay (Jay) Murphy, MBA, PMP

Consultants in today's world must be prepared to advise on or support international business operations regardless of the size of the client organization. According to the SBA, 97% of all US exporters are classified as small businesses. And with the global access available today, more and more businesses are “going global” every day.

While executives and business owners realize that there are substantial risks associated with international operations, they often do not know exactly what those risks are or how to deal with them. Based on his experience as a project manager and business consultant to aerospace companies and small businesses, Jay has identified 10 crucial areas that consultants must be aware of – areas that effect clients doing international business, This presentation will address each of the issues, and help consultants and business owners understand the ways international business is changing business for all of us.

Owen J. (Jay) Murphy is President of TransGlobal Consulting and has more than 20 years experience as a project manager international business consultant. He is a regular guest lecturer at Pepperdine University in the areas of International Business and Project Management, and the author of two books, International Project Management (Thomson/Texare 2005) and The Business of Small Business (Tower Publishing 2008).

He can be reached at 1-909-997-0996 or ojmurphy@transglobalconsulting.com - Website: www.transglobalconsulting.com.

Agenda:

 · Brief Introduction
 · “Consulting in a Globally Connected World” - By Owen Jay (Jay) Murphy.
 · Referral and Networking Opportunities
 · Next Meeting

Meeting: October 1, (The first Thursday of the month) –
Location: Marriott Hotel, 4700 Airport Plaza Drive, Long Beach, CA 90815
Website: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/lgblb-long-beach-marriott/
Parking is free.
Time: 7.30AM-9AM.
We will provide breakfast. Please bring $20.- cash or check payable to Anita Katzenbach to our meeting.

I am very much looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting. PLEASE RSVP by September 28.

Feel free to forward this email to others who might be interested or bring a guest. Guests can attend our meetings up to three times. Thereafter, we will ask our guests to become a member of the Institute of Management Consultants (IMC) if they are interested to continue attending our meetings.

For more information about IMC go to: http://www.imcusa.org/. For more information about our Chapter, please go to: http://www.imcsocal.org/

Best regards,
Anita

Marketing Chair / Chair International Consulting SIG
Institute of Management Consultants, Southern California Chapter (IMC SoCal)

Anita S. Katzenbach, President

ASK Business Consulting Group

Helping AMERICAN and EUROPEAN COMPANIES improve ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE, master STRATEGIC CHANGE, and create SUSTAINABILITY.

P.O. Box 848, Beverly Hills, CA 90213 - USA I Phone: +1 (310) 428-4563 I Fax: +1 (323) 951-0013

 anita.katzenbach@askbcg.com http://www.askbcg.com/ www.linkedin.com/in/anitakatzenbach

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