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APBO 2017 Pictures

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Business Class Podcast – Opportunities for US Business in Japan

Andrew Wylegala delivers insight into U.S. companies doing business in Japan here.

In an interview that took place outside of a Starbucks in downtown Tokyo, Andrew Wylegala brings new thought to US companies doing business in Japan. Regulations have been streamlined. Japan has the largest per capita R&D budget of any country. Japan and the U.S. sync up in many sectors which creates opportunities.

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Webinar: A Sneak Preview of APBO–Manage and Prepare for Shifts in the Asia-Pacific Market

Listen to a webinar for a special preview of this year’s APBO conference. Three APBO dynamic speakers give you a sampling of the overall program at APBO:

Promises & Uncertainties: America & China Clayton Dube, Director, USC U.S.-China Institute, a program of USC Annenberg

Beyond Abenomics: The Bullish Case for Japan Andrew Wylegala, Senior Commercial Officer, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Embassy – Japan

How Attending APBO Helped My Company Marv Sepe, COO, CTC Global

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APBO 2016 Pictures

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MBA Students Prepare E-Commerce Report for International Meeting

A team of 12 USC MBA students led by Carl Voigt recently traveled to Manila to attend the 2015 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Meeting, where they presented to the APEC Business Advisory Council the results from their yearlong research project. The students investigated the effects of cross-border e-Commerce on the performance of Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs), as well as obstacles to the growth of e-Commerce. Read more here
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