Michael Camuñez, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Market Access and Compliance, and Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University (ASU), will co-host the Realizing the Economic Strength of our 21st Century Border Trade, Education and Jobs Conference, September 23-25, 2012, in Tempe.
The conference will focus on creating jobs, enhancing education in the United States and Mexico; identifying industry opportunities in renewable energy, aerospace, tourism, and logistics; exporting goods and services to the United States and Mexico; and attracting investment and enhancing local economic development.
The conference panels, which will feature major U.S. and Mexico corporations, U.S. Congressional Members, governors and mayors from both sides of the border, will focus on identifying regional solutions to border-related challenges and priorities such as workforce needs and educational development; trade facilitation and supply chain solutions for cross-border trade; border infrastructure needs and regional border planning; public/private partnership opportunities and new innovative technologies; and identifying cross-border economic development and job creation strategies.
A conference agenda is available at http://trade.gov/borderconference/
WHO: Senior U.S. and Mexico Government Officials
WHAT: Realizing the Economic Strength of Our 21st Century Border Trade, Education and Jobs
WHEN: September 23-25, 2012
WHERE: Fiesta Resort Conference Center, 2100 South Priest Dr., Tempe, Ariz. 85282