Past Event

SelectUSA Canada 2018 Kick-Off Breakfast
When: Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 07:30 - Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 09:30

US Ambassador to Canada, Kelly Craft, will make her first official visit to Calgary to kick off the SelectUSA Conference on April, 12, 2018  

Did you know that Canada is the second largest source of foreign direct investment in the United States? Ambassador Craft will speak to the opportunities provided by the Select USA program to allow your company to invest and do business in the United States. 

SelectUSA Canada Kick-Off Breakfast

Date: April 12, 2018
Time: 7:30 am -  9:30 am
Place: Calgary TELUS Convention Centre
120 9th Avenue Southeast, Calgary, AB, Canada
 

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Advance registration required. 

Tickets: 
Calgary Chamber of Commerce Members: 
Member Ticket: $79.00
Member Table: $630.00

Non Member Ticket: $99.00
Non Member Table: $790.00

About the SelectUSA Canada Conference

SelectUSA Canada provides an exclusive one-stop opportunity for Canadian firms to learn more about setting up or expanding a business in the United States. The conference includes sessions on topics that all companies looking to establish operations in the United States need to consider and more. 

During the conference, Ambassador Craft will invite companies to join her delegation to the annual SelectUSA Summit, June 18-20 in Washington DC. 

About Ambassador Kelly Craft

Ambassador Kelly Craft is a leader, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who has made community service and improving education the cornerstone of her career. A third-generation Kentuckian, Ambassador Craft demonstrates a deep commitment to her home state by serving in several leadership roles with the Salvation Army of Lexington and the Center for Rural Development – a non-profit dedicated to economic development in rural Kentucky. She also served on the Boards of Directors for the Kentucky Arts Council, the Lexington Philharmonic, YMCA of Central Kentucky, and the United Way of The Bluegrass.

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Supported by
AmCham Western Canada