The New York Enterprise Report’s CEO International Roundtable
Discussion by leading CEO's at the NYER International CEO Roundtable Program.
This unique and timely CEO roundtable produced informative discussions between business leaders that operate in the international arena. Roundtables include: International Sales & Marketing Strategies, Optimizing the Supply Chain: Minimizing Costs / Production Time, Reducing the Risks of Doing Business Overseas and more.
Kevin Logan, HSBC U.S. Chief Economist, Global Banking and Markets addresses NYER International CEO Roundtable.
The program’s Keynote Speaker was Kevin Logan, HSBC U.S. Chief Economist, Global Banking and Markets. Based in New York City, Logan is responsible for U.S. economic forecasts and publication of key economic research for the bank’s institutional client base across the world. Specifically, he looks at how U.S. economic developments impact other markets and how other markets, especially emerging markets, are affecting U.S. economic trends and data.
The event will be photographed by Jeffrey Holmes Photography. Jeffrey has photographed New York Enterprise Report magazine covers and premier events since 2007.
Attendees will walk away with new ideas and the latest best practices from other CEOs which they can implement into their own businesses. A wrap up panel discussion will follow the roundtable conversations. Continental breakfast will be provided.
Roundtable Moderators included:
Jordan Finger, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Ardis Health
Jordan Finger, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ardis Health leads a discussion at the NYER International CEO Roundtable Program.
Mr. Finger has over 15 years of executive level management experience in Internet marketing, advertising and e-commerce. As the CEO and founder of Ardis Health, a leading Internet marketer of health, beauty and cosmetic brands, Mr. Finger has built the company into an international powerhouse doing business in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany & Spain and product fulfillment o customers of over 500,000 units a year. Read full bio.
Alexander Gordin, Managing Director & Co-Founder, Broad Street Capital Group
Gordin is a leading expert and speaker on international trade to emerging economies. He is also a Trustee at the strategic think-tank Princeton Council on World Affairs. His vast experience includes cross-border strategic advisory services in export finance, international project finance and risk management, especially for developing countries. Read full bio.
Mitesh Lakhani, CEO, Reliable Group at the NYER International CEO Roundtable Program.
MiteshLakhani, CEO, Reliable Group
Under his tenure as Chief Operating Officer, Reliable has see 300% growth with the Key Line of software and the expansion of customized software to various industries. Reliable and Ledger have earned a coveted status as Oracle Certified Advantage Partner (CAP), in a rapid 6 months, which typically takes over 5 years. There are currently less than 100 CAPs worldwide. Read full bio.
Jeremiah D. Schnee, President and CEO, ABA / RFR – the Business Advisory Affiliate of Anchin
Jeremiah D. Schnee, President and CEO, ABA/RFR-the Business Advisory Affiliate of Anchin leads a roundtable discussion.
Schnee has been recognized as one of the most respected business consultants in the tri-state area. He brings his clients nearly 20 years of experience in delivering innovative business advisory services to a wide variety of businesses. Schnee’s clients have included many leading middle-market CEOs and business owners as well as multinationals, including Allstate, Pfizer, Colgate Palmolive and Northrop Grumman. Read full bio.
Round table topics included:
» International Sales & Marketing Strategies
Does your message translate? What mediums work in which markets? Discuss the latest marketing tools/strategies necessary to thrive in an international and inter-cultural environment and to become better marketers in the global marketplace.
» Optimizing the Supply Chain
Learn tactics for gaining better control over your supply chain by minimizing costs and shortening production time when doing business overseas and across borders.
» Reducing the Risks of Doing Business Overseas
Discuss the latest trends associated with risks in international trade for importing/exporting. Identify the best practices and risk management tools available to mitigate contingencies. Topics include, but are not limited to, currency fluctuations and payment and performance risk.
» Taping Into Emerging Markets
Which emerging markets are opportunities for your business? Discuss the hottest markets and proven strategies for succeeding in them.