Terri Morrison, author of the book, “Kiss Bow or Shake Hands: The Best Selling Guide to Doing Business in More Than Sixty Countries,” will provide the luncheon keynote address during the Geospatial & Engineering International Conference on Nov. 13-14 at the Westin Hotel in Alexandria, Va.
With the theme of "Entering and Expanding Global Business Opportunities," sessions at the GEIC will focus on the ability of small to larger engineering and
|Terri Morrison, the author of "Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands: The Best Selling Guide to Doing Business in More Than Sixty Countries" will provide the luncheon keynote address during the Geospatial & Engineering International Conference on Nov. 13-14 in Alexandria, Va.|
geospatial businesses to export their professional services outside of the United States.
Morrison's clients include multinational companies such as Wyndham Hotels, Campbell's Soup and Marathon Oil. She is a specialist in intercultural communications, diversity globalization and worldwide sales and marketing. Her new book, “Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands: Sales & Marketing” is an Amazon.com bestseller. She is president and owner of Getting Through Customs and co-author of nine books.
Members of partner associations—MAPPS, Association of American Geographers (AAG), American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS), Construction Industry Round Table (CIRT), Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association (GSDI), National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS), and the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA)—can receive registration discounts to the GEIC.
Early-bird registration, which runs through Oct. 22, costs $450 for members of AAG, ASPRS, CIRT, GSDI, MAPPS, NSPS and URISA, and $650 for non-members. The regular registration rate, which runs from Oct. 22-Nov. 13, costs $495 for members of AAG, ASPRS, CIRT, GSDI, MAPPS, NSPS and URISA, and $695 for non-members.
For the complete program and conference registration, visit www.geointernational.org.