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02:30 pm - 06:30 pm

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Following Great Britain’s exit from the E.U. and with a new administration entering the White House, many are asking “What’s Next for Free Trade Agreements and Trade Overall”?

Join us for a Mini-Trade Symposium on February 15th in Miami
In coordination with the Progressive Insurance® Miami International Boat Show

-with experts who will discuss…
* What’s next for negotiation of many trade agreements
* The newly formed White House National Trade Council (NTC)
* What it all means for your business

* How to ensure that your company remains compliant and competitive

The event will culminate with a networking cocktail hour hosted in the offices of Robert Allen Law with panoramic views of Miami, just a few flights up from our symposium.
Where: Four Season Hotel, Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida

When: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 – 2:30-6:30 p.m.

Cost: $25.00 per NMMA member – $35.00 per non-member

Click here to register today

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