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Competing for Global Dominance

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Guest: Jack Katz, One of the top 10 people to know, internationally recognized author, speaker & business technology expert. We’ll discuss: *The new paradigm required for growth of the globalized market in the 21st century – what “going global” means to your company. * How the Internet and social media affect the way we sell and promote products here and abroad *Increasing your understanding of the world is not flat concept * Entering new markets Jack S. Katz author of Competing for Global Dominance is the CEO of Novusglobe LLC, an international business and market development consultancy and research company. He founded the firm after three decades of successful executive management for several well-known international corporations. Identified as one of the ten top people to know by Technology Decisions Magazine, Jack is noted for his knowledge and delivery of technology and business solutions that have had a dramatic impact on the bottom line of global companies. He is in frequent demand as a keynote speaker for professional and technology organizations and has delivered talks on three continents. Jack's exceptional career began in information technology where he served in such diverse industries as retail, healthcare, financial services, and insurance. He transferred this experience to the marketing and sales sector where he advises Fortune 1000 companies both on the strategic and tactical impact of leading-edge technologies, business development, and strategic marketing. He served in executive positions at Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems, Providian Financial Services, Blue Shield of California, and Safeway, Inc. Jack earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and Masters of Public Administration from the University of Colorado. He has served as an adjunct faculty instructor in computer science and business administration at the University of Phoenix.

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