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Join Us at Our Third Annual Future Forum: The Future of the BrainJoin us at our Third Annual Future Forum on January 31, 2020 from 7:30 am – 2:00 pm at the Rusty Pelican in Key Biscayne, FL.
Unlock pathways to new insights from renowned experts at this "can't miss" business conference. It will include breakfast, lunch, a stellar group of speakers and a chance to connect with some of the biggest brands in South Florida.
Marvel at new technologies like brain mapping, potentially as transformative as genome mapping.
Sharpen your memory to build relationships and improve key business interactions.
Learn how neurodegenerative diseases will affect the future workforce.
Discover how the language of persuasion will alter how your company will use marketing and neuromarketing (and how it will be used on you).
Participate in interactive sessions with our thought-provoking speakers.
The Future Forum is a half-day event focused on innovations and ideas of the future. Join us in 2020 as we build better brains. Together.
Register today at http://www.worldcityweb.com/future-forum
Save the Date for WorldCity's Third Annual Future ForumThe Future Forum is WorldCity's premiere Global Connections event focused on innovations and ideas of the future. This half-day event connects a variety of experts in their fields in order to gain perspectives for the future. Be inspired by the thought leaders who are light years ahead and connect with some of the biggest brands in South Florida.
The Third Annul Future Forum will focus on the future of the brain. Join us in 2020 as we warp into topics including:
Technologies that will finally be able to map out neural circuits in the brain
Cures for neurodegenerative diseases
How sleep or lack of sleep affects the brain
Stay tuned as we announce the venue, speakers and more topics. Learn more at WorldCityweb.com/events.
WorldCity's Future Forum 2019WorldCity.TV: WorldCity kicked off the 2019 Global Connections event series on Friday, February 1 at the 2nd Annual Future Forum where Jan Nijman of Georgia State University's Urban Studies Institute, Haven Baker of Pairwise, Andrea Kraj of CORE Renewable Energy Inc., and Daniel Price of Breadware discussed the future of cities, food, energy and the Internet of Things (IoT).
For photos of this event visit: http://ow.ly/GJup30nSggE
For upcoming events: worldcityweb.com/events
Big thanks go out to our presenting sponsor, Boston Scientific, and our corporate sponsors: Greenspoon Marder, FIU Business, (add)ventures, Diversified Search and Miami International Airport.
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Join us for our 2nd Annual Future ForumJoin us as we launch our 2019 Global Connections event series with our 2nd Annual Future Forum, on February 1, 2019 from 8 – 11:30 a.m. at the Coral Gables Country Club.
The event will feature four renowned speakers discussing the future of smart cities and urbanization and the role of:
IoT (Internet of Things)
The use of CRISPR technology to make more food, more efficiently
Here is last year’s Future Forum recap: https://youtu.be/e1ojN8Nxdwo
To register and learn more about our speakers visit: https://www.worldcityweb.com/event/2nd-annual-future-forum
Miami's Best Human Resources ConferenceWorldCity.TV: Technology is transforming the way people work with head-spinning speed. Advances in computational power, machine learning, big data and AI are all converging to create enormous opportunities and challenges for companies and their employees. HR will be at the tip of the spear in this journey into the Future of Work.
Left behind will be those HR executives who fail to understand how these technologies will transform not only the practice of HR but the skills required of tomorrow’s employees.
Entering its sixth year, HR Americas provides you with a unique Forum for discussion and solutions to arm you with the tools you will need to get ready for the Future of Work:
Listen to TEDx futurists impart their perspectives on the different ways AI, machine learning and big data will impact the HR function
Engage with a panel of CEOs as they discuss their expectations for the future of the CHRO role
Participate in interactive, hands-on workshops designed to help you brainstorm and develop ideas
Bring your toughest questions to an expanded Q&A session with our speakers
Network with senior-level Human Resources executives of Miami’s multinational corporations in a relaxed atmosphere
Join us at WorldCity’s 6th Annual HR Americas “The Future of Work,” the 2018 agenda, promises to be the best yet.
Register at WorldCityweb.com/HRAmericas
or call 305.441.2244
Latin Luxury recapWorldCity.TV: Friday, June 29, 2018, WorldCity held a Global Connections event where Luis Conde of SWAROVSKI, Christophe Massoni of Cartier, and Christoph Klein of Porsche discussed the luxury industry in Latin America.
For photos of this event visit: http://ow.ly/sBLr30l4Wk4
For upcoming events: worldcityweb.com/events
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U.S port trade with other countries
Another Horse Race: Who will be No. 1 U.S. Trade Partner?#TradeMatters: The Stories the Numbers Tell:
This week Ken Roberts (@TradeDataGuy), WorldCity President, contributor to Forbes.com, and member of the Federal Reserve Advisory Board, on the top U.S. trade partners for 2020 thus far.
🙏 Sponsored by: Seaboard Marine & Miami International Airport - MIA
Keep on Pedaling#TradeMatters: The Stories the Numbers Tell:
This week Ken Roberts (@TradeDataGuy), WorldCity President, contributor to Forbes.com, and member of the Federal Reserve Advisory Board, shares how the pandemic has kept us pedaling
🙏 Seaboard Marine & Miami International Airport - MIA
Made in China, of Course. But, What about Made in the U.S.A.?#TradeMatters: The Stories the Numbers Tell:
This week Ken Roberts (@TradeDataGuy), WorldCity President, contributor to Forbes.com, and member of the Federal Reserve Advisory Board, on the exports made in the U.S.A that go to China.
• China is U.S. 3rd largest market for exports
• Computer Chips: No. 1 U.S. export to China
• China, No. 2 market for Made in the U.S.A made machinery, parts of semiconductor-manuf.
• China, No. 3 market for Made in the U.S.A made motor vehicles
• China, No. 3 market for GROWN in the U.S.A soybeans
• China, No. 1 market for GROWN in the U.S.A pork
• China, No. 2 market for Made in the U.S.A medical instruments
• China, No. 2 market for Made in the U.S.A specialized medical technology
• China, No. 2 market for Made in the U.S.A oil
More at USTradeNumbers.com
Sponsored by🙏 Seaboard Marine Miami International Airport - MIA
How $59 Billion in Cargo Moved, Largely Unseen, through MIATaking a look at Miami International Airport's (MIA) air cargo. Includes top imports, top exports and important trade partners. Those trade partners include countries in South America and China.
MIA serves the most airlines in the U.S. with about half of those passengers as international travelers. In the belly of many of those planes flew nearly $59 billion in cargo in 2019.
MIA conducted more than $1 billino in two-way trade with 17 countries (10 in Latin America/Caribbean), 5 in Europe and 2 in Asia.
Export commodities familiar at this international airport include vaccines, cell phones, computers and computer chips and airplane parts associated with MRO industry in Miami.
Imports include returned exports without change, then cell phones, aircraft engines and parts, gold and salmon filets. Important as well are flowers, especially roses from Colombia.
Watch to learn more.
Download the full companion publication free of charge: https://www.ustradenumbers.com/product/miami-international-airport-tradenumbers-2020/
Winners and Losers Among Top 20 U.S. Airports, Seaports & Border CrossingsOn this week's episode of TradeMatters we list the top 20 U.S. ports (airports, seaports and border crossings).
Each port listed will include what percent of trade it is up or down and the important commodity(s) and/or partners.
Hosted by Ken Roberts, trade expert (@TradeDataGuy), Forbes.com contributor, former Federal Reserve Trade and Transportation Advisory member and speaker for trade groups and Fortune 500 companies.
Supported by Seaboard Marine and Miami International Airport.
Data available at ustradenumbers.com.
What's Missing from your Dinner Plate? ...Probably nothing.#TradeMatters: The Stories the Numbers Tell:
This week Ken Roberts (@TradeDataGuy), WorldCity President, contributor to Forbes.com, and member of the Federal Reserve Advisory Board, has your diet changed since pandemic? Your food supply chain has not.
🙏 Seaboard Marine Miami International Airport - MIA
2018 Media Kit
CEO Club, Trade Matters, Global Connections, US TradeNumbers
The CEO ClubWorldCity hosts the CEO Club, an exclusive roundtable event series by invitation only for heads of multinational operations in the Greater Miami area
The CEO Club is held nine times annually.
USTradeNumbers.comEach month at www.ustradenumbers.com, WorldCity posts more than 6,700 pages of trade data, more than 8,000 interactive maps, and 12,000 hyperlinked charts rich with the latest U.S. Census Bureau data. The data covers more than 200 nations; almost four dozen Customs districts; more than 475 airports, seaports and border crossings; and more than 900 export and 900 import commodities.
Trade Matters seriesWorldCity's video series on the latest news and developments in the import/export community, as well as updates on data from customs districts around the country.
Global ConnectionsFounded in 1998, WorldCity hosts more than 30 events in the Miami area for the multinational and internationally focused business community, oversees a proprietary Who’s Here database of more than 1,400 multinationals in the Greater Miami area, produces annual import-export TradeNumbers publications across the United States, and generates more than 6,700 import-export trade stories at www.ustradenumbers.com each month.
The 30-plus events are split among four series. The two panel discussions include Global Connections, held 10 times each year, and Trade Connections held six times annually. Attendance ranges from 100 executives at most event to 400 at special events.
Who's Here Multinational DirectoryFounded in 1998, WorldCity oversees a proprietary Who’s Here database of more than 1,400 multinationals in the Greater Miami area.
The Who’s Here database is rich in information on the 1,400-plus multinationals with South Florida offices, including the top executives, contact information, country of headquarters, local employees, employees overseen from the Miami area, revenue overseen from the Miami area, and more. They have headquarters in more than 50 nations around the world, oversee hundreds of thousands of employees and are responsible for more than $300 billion in annual sales.
You can download a free PDF of the annual Who’s Here publication by going to worldcityweb.com. WorldCity also sells a database with additional information. Contact Stephanie Mejia at email@example.com or 305-441-2244 for more information.
For updates to the database, contact Elba Hentschel, our International and Corporate Affairs Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 305-441-2244.
HR ConnectionsHR Connections is an invitation-only WorldCity event for Human Resources directors working for multinationals with offices in the Greater Miami area. HR directors representing many of the world’s best-known multinationals have attended HR Connections over the years.
HR Connections events are 90 minutes in length and rely on members of the Miami-based HR multinational community to lead discussions.
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership (Startups)Shot on-location at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the Who's Who is WorldCity's series on leadership. In this episode, we interviewed Ismael El-Qudsi, CEO at Internet Republica and SocialPubli.com.
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership (Four Seasons)Shot on-location at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the Who's Who is WorldCity's series on leadership. In this episode, we interviewed Miguel Carrillo, Global Sales for Latin America at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership (Citrix)Shot on-location at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the Who's Who is WorldCity's series on leadership. In this episode, we interviewed Juan Pablo Jimenez, VP Citrix Latin America | Managing Director | Business, Sales Strategy & Execution- Cloud, Data Center, Software, Networking.
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership (Networking)Three leaders from multinational companies discuss the importance of networking and advice for those who find it difficult or awkward to network.
Shot on-location at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the Who's Who is WorldCity's series on leadership. In this episode, we interviewed Ismael El-Qudsi (SocialPubli.com), Juan Pablo Jimenez (Citrix), and Roberto Mendez (Duracell).
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership (Boston Scientific)Shot on-location at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the Who's Who is WorldCity's series on leadership. In this episode, we interviewed Mauricio Ortiz, President for Latin America, at Boston Scientific.
The Who's Who: Lessons in Leadership (Innovation)Shot on-location at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the Who's Who is WorldCity's series on leadership. In this episode, various leaders from Miami's multinational companies share their thoughts on innovation in the digital age.