Save the Dates for the 35th NASBITE International Annual Conference
March 29-31, 2022
Plan now to join us virtually!
Based on member feedback and with an emphasis on safety, NASBITE International has made the difficult decision to deliver the 2022 Annual Conference virtually instead of as an in-person event in Annapolis, MD. We look forward to connecting with you virtually on March 29-31, 2022. Online registration will be opening soon!
The 2022 Annual Conference, set for March 29-31, will provide a forum for learning across a broad spectrum of topics related to international business and trade. Conference attendees are: faculty teaching international business topics at colleges and universities; international trade specialists affiliated with SBDCs and World Trade Centers; independent trade consultants; and industry professionals. NASBITE is seeking presenters who can provide current content for all segments of conference attendees.
Watch this page and your email for additional conference details as they become available.
NASBITE’s issues call for 2022 Annual Conference presentations; deadline is Dec. 30, 2021
NASBITE is seeking presenters who can provide current content for all segments of conference attendees. NASBITE International encourages submissions that fall into these categories:
- Best practices in international business or international trade education.
- Tools and resources for teaching international business or international trade.
- Best practices in international trade training.
- Tools and resources for international trade training.
- Best practices in continuing education.
- New developments in topics such as compliance, documentation, and government regulations.
- Study abroad programs and international internships.
Additional thematic areas of interest include:
- E-Commerce and international digital strategy in international business.
- Market research tools.
- New tools to support global strategies.
- Best practices in a Covid 19 environment including virtual business development
- CGBP Student Pathway Program at 2- and 4-year schools:
- Incorporation of the CGBP in curriculum and course offerings.
Educating attendees with an emphasis on best practices, useful resources or developments in the field should be the primary focus for all presenters. Presentations should not be commercial in nature. NASBITE International offers a robust sponsorship program for those who wish to showcase their organization.
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