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With elections coming at the end of October in Colombia and other Latin American countries, we are presenting the main risks companies doing business there will face. Global Chamber members Lynx Global Intelligence and Colombia Risk Analysis will lead this session to cover topics like:
- Bureaucratic Risks
- Government Stability
- Physical Security and Conflict Areas
- Much More...
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Attend in Metro Phoenix: Skysong, 1475 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ, 335D, Bldg 1, 7:45am-9:00am PT
00:00 – Multi-Metro Globinar begins
Sergio Guzmán - CEO of Colombia Risk Analysis
Trevor Jones - CEO of Lynx Global Intelligence
More Speakers TBA
00:35 – Q&A Session
01:00 - End
Moderator: Doug Bruhnke, CEO/Founder of Global Chamber®
Who should attend?
Anyone doing (or interested) business in Colombia and the rest of Latin America. Risk Management consultants, Political advisors, etc.
Doug Bruhnke, CEO/Founder at Global Chamber
Doug is a two-time expat with Dupont in Tokyo and Singapore, and he has worked in nearly every market segment, traveling to over 60 countries. Doug is a member of the Arizona District Export Council and is a regional advisor for U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. He has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from University of Utah and an EMBA from Michigan State University.
Trevor Jones, CEO at Lynx Global Intelligence
Trevor C. Jones co-founded Lynx Global Intelligence in 2015. Mr. Jones' background includes research focusing on geopolitical risk, counter-terrorist messaging, intelligence studies and complex decision making during humanitarian crisis. He has served as a Fellow at both the Denver Council on Foreign Relations and Secretary of State for Colorado and has presented his research on Complex Adaptive Systems to the United States Department of State. Trevor holds a BA in Psychology from Tulane University in New Orleans and an MA in International Security from the University of Denver. Trevor is a member of the International Association of Genocide Scholars and has completed a certification in Humanitarian Action at Duke University in Geneva, Switzerland. Mr. Jones has owned several businesses and serves on the Board of the Denver Global Chamber where he assists in facilitating international trade and promoting Denver as a global city.
Sergio Guzman, CEO at Colombia Risk Analysis
Sergio provides business intelligence, security and political risk analysis for the Andean region. His expertise is in the Colombian conflict, the resolution of international conflicts and international development. He is a columnist for the Bogotá Post and Latin America Reports where he provides analysis to understand the evolution of the political and security context of Colombia and the region. Sergio also contributes articles and analysis in the Economist Intelligence Unit, America’s Quarterly, and Business Insider. ?Before founding Colombia Risk Analysis, Sergio was the principal analyst for Colombia, Bolivia, and Suriname at Control Risks where he was an international consultant in political and security risks. Prior to that, Sergio worked in the microfinance industry for Accion International, where he was part of a team of global specialists promoting fair lending practices and standards in a project called The Smart Campaign. Sergio also has experience working for the US Congress and regional think tanks, such as the Inter-American Dialogue and the Institute for Policy Studies, both located in Washington DC. Sergio holds a Master's degree in International Economics and International Relations from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, and a Bacheleors in International Relations and History from the George Washington University. His native language is Spanish, he is fluent in English and is proficient in Portuguese. Sergio has spoken at numerous regional and international conferences on issues of political economy, finance, consumer protection, anti-corruption, and international relations.