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6th Annual NAAHP Conference November 2 – 3 & 4 at the NYU School of Law: Online Registration ends October 23

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The 10 Sessions We’re Most Excited About at the 6th Annual NAAHP Conference

10.7.2017

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The countdown is on for the 6th Annual NAAHP Conference. We’re excited to be in New York City this year for three days of networking and discussion on diaspora economics.

This year’s sessions are packed with real-world advice and tips you’ll be able to start implementing as soon as you’re back from the conference. Plus, there are over 14 breakout sessions this year, so you can customize your experience. When you buy a ticket to the conference, you’ll receive our post-conference session takeaway materials. That’s a huge value for money.

There are so many great sessions on the agenda this year. We’ve picked a few of our most highly anticipated sessions so you can get a sense of what the conference will be like (and what you’ll miss out on if you don’t join us).

If you want to see the full picture of what you’ll have access to with a ticket, check out the full agenda.

#1 Working in the Technology & Innovation Space

Learn about the tech trends and innovations essential to business success as working professional, entry-level, or entrepreneur. Network with like-minded professionals sharing the same passion and enthusiasm in technology.

#2 Entrepreneurship in Haiti

Practical advice focusing on starting a business, highlighting successes of Haitian entrepreneurs, the regulatory environment, and best practices for success.

#3 Advocacy and Leadership Responsibilities

With leadership comes the power of influence and ability to advocate for personal values and for others in need. Learn how to overcome the challenges, obstacles and the specific skill sets to be successful at any career level. Learn how mentorship can play a key role when done effectively and can encourage rising leaders to become strong and stay the course.

#4 Unleashing the power of Technology in Haiti through Innovation, BPO, Blue economy, and Biotech

Learn about the opportunities for transformation through innovative solutions that promote sustainable growth, through powerful developments available, and are changing many nations.

#5 Workforce Development, Minority, and Women-Owned Business Enterprises

A discussion on career pathways and the need to develop leaders and prepare for the demands of an increasingly global economy.

#6 Millennials in Entrepreneurship & Technology in the US and in Haiti

Exploring topics such as Branding & Marketing, to create a platform for the next generation of leaders to leverage their diverse views and entrepreneurial spirits, necessary to bridge the generational gap impeding the speed of success.

#7 Importance of infrastructure development in Haiti

Infrastructure development is a key driver for progress in Haiti and a critical enabler for productivity and sustainable economic growth. What are key elements and partnership opportunities to help build an effective infrastructure that reduces poverty, raise living standards for all, and help the country achieve full abundant potentials?

#8 Entrepreneurship & Small Business Advisory

Gain business startup insights and advice around how to launch with a solid foundation. Learn about the various structures required in the direct operation of your company, explore several topics related to functional areas, learn about the legal and financial trends that may affect you and your business venture. Audience members can bring specific questions submitted in advance to a panel of experts who will respond to the randomly selected questions and take some from the audience.

#9 Female Leadership & Breaking the Glass Ceiling

A discussion on the topic of diversity, specifically regarding equality in female leadership roles. Come listen to different perspectives on the barriers and engage in a discussion on necessary steps for more women to get to the top.

#10 Diaspora Investment in Haiti (Engaging the Haitian Diasporas in development through investment)

Recognizing the diaspora as a critical part of any durable solution to Haiti’s problems, and the need to identify technical and intellectual capacity and investment power that need to be explored.

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Dominique Elkind
Dominique Elkind

NAAHP Director of Membership

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