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Friday, 21 October 2011 11:26
Video: New Orleans World Trade Center Shares Louisiana, Local Opportunities With Ambassadors
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WTC New OrleansWhy New Orleans? Why Louisiana?

That was the central theme during the Experience New Orleans Business Breakfast hosted by the World Trade Center of New Orleans.

Among audience members were over 35 ambassadors from around the world who have come to the city to soak up all the economic and trade information one can consume and all of the great dining and food that one can eat while visiting the Crescent City.

 Local business leaders are hopeful that the product of the Experience New Orleans events will spawn trade agreements and investments.

Rodrick Miller, CEO of the New Orleans Business Alliance, Michael Olivier, CEO of Committee of 100 Louisiana and World Trade Center CEO Dominik Knoll led the discussion and presentations focusing upon the area’s education, tax incentive and trade opportunities.

Sam Giberga, Executive VP, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc and Patrick Scheuermann, Director, NASA Stennis Space Center rounded out the panel.
 

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