A forum co-sponsored by the Institute for International Business and KPMG LLP Denver where business practitioners of mid-market companies and international entrepreneurs share leading practices, gain insights, access thought leadership about key international business issues and emerging global trends and identify their opportunities and risks of international expansion. If you represent an entrepreneurial small or mid-market Colorado company and would like to be invited to these events, please contact us.
Select sessions from the Global Enterprise Institute are summarized and published in the Global Forum Report.
Climate Change & Sustainability: Best practices in the global economy (December 2010)
Eric Israel, Managing Director, KPMG US New York, Sustainability & Climate Services
Robyn McGuckin, Director, Resource Efficiency Management Center, MWH Global
Ronald M. Sherga, Founder/Owner Sherresults LLC, Arlington, Texas
John Gimigliano, Principal, KPMG Washington National Tax Office, Energy and Natural Resources Group
Paying the bill for proposed policy initiatives (Winter 2009-2010)
John P. Gimigliano, Principal, KPMG Washington National Tax Office
Century old company a big fish in small pond (Winter 2008-2009)
Robert E. Joyce, President/CEO, Wheelabrator Group
FCPA-Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (Winter 2008-2009)
Michael Schwartz, Principal, KPMG’s forensic practice, Houston
John A. Ruhnka, Professor of International Business, University of Colorado Denver
Suzanne Schoettger, Vice President Business Controls Compliance, Liberty Global, Inc.
Frank Schuchat, Founding Member Schuchat, Herzog & Brenman, LLC
Henry Tsuei (Ret.) Senior Vice President, Western Union Co.
Global Enterprise Institute/mid-market companies (Winter 2008-2009)
Michael Bearup, Partner in Charge, KPMG Boulder
HOV Services: Results, not labor arbitrage, key to offshoring success (Winter 2008-2009)
Scott M. Shafer, Executive Vice President of Sales and Business Development, HOV Services
Measuring and managing foreign currency exposures (Winter 2008-2009)
Laurence Hayward, Senior Foreign Exchange Advisor, Silicon Valley Bank
Tax planning, lower costs draw companies offshore (Winter 2008-2009)
Darice Henritze, International Tax Partner, KPMG Denver
The future of the EU in a globalized world (Winter 2008-2009)
Peter J. Widmer, Financial Advisor, Zurich, Switzerland