For our business community: Partner organization the Triangle British-American Business Council (Triangle BABC-NC) will be hosting a panel discussion on Brexit. Join senior experts to gain key insights into the latest status of Brexit and what the future holds for American companies.
February 6, 2020 from 5:30p – 8:30p The Cannon Room, Capital Club Building Downtown Raleigh, NC
For those interested, the Technology and Economic Development Panel put on by the Triangle British-American Business Council (Triangle BABC-NC) and the Organization of Women in International Trade – Greater Triangle (OWIT-GT) will take place Tuesday, September 10, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM in Cary.
CNNC is joining Triangle British-American Business Council, Organization of Women in International Trade-Greater Triangle, British Expats Meet Up Group, British Ladies Around Raleigh, and Daughters of the British Empire for an evening of lively networking and festive conversation at the joint Holiday Social.
The Triangle British-American Business Council (Triangle BABCNC), Organization of Women in International Trade – Greater Triangle (OWIT-GT) and Canadian Network of North Carolina (CNNC) invite you to register and attend our Annual International Summer Social event.
Economic Development Challenges and Opportunities: The Future of Work and Education in NC on Tuesday June 5, 2018 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm Location: First Citizens Center, 4300 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC
What will North Carolina’s economy look like in 2050? According to the World Economic Forum, 65% of today’s students will work in jobs that don’t exist today. What are the economic drivers that will play a key role in shaping our future over the next three decades, and what are the implications for our economy and institutions? Our panel of experts will share their knowledge and experience with an audience of 100+ attendees eager to benefit from their analysis and insights into North Carolina’s future challenges and opportunities. The panelists will address key questions regarding the impact of new technology on jobs, which sectors of the workforce will thrive or decline, the need for new approaches to postsecondary education and for policies and programs that will address the particular issues facing NC’s rural communities.