MANGILAO Guam "" The University of Guam School of Business and Public Administration Pennsylvania State University at Altoona and the Alfred University College of Business is scheduled to hold a two-day conference at the Guam Marriott Resort "Doing Business in the Local Economy: Economic Political Social and Cultural Environments" on March 5 and 6. The conference is expected to host visitors from the U.S. and Japan as well as many members of Guam’s business community to meet and discuss pertinent global business issues. Anita Borja Enriquez administrative chair and professor of international marketing; organized the event with Maria Claret Mapalad-Ruane associate professor of economics at Alfred; and Barbara Wiens-Tuers associate professor of economics at Pennsylvania State; as part of an international conference series.
Topics of the conference include general lifestyle changes for Guam buisenss presented by Richard S. Colfax; training for the multicultural environment by Wai K. Law; and online budget and financial applications and management change by James J. Taylor.
The conference registration fee is $200. However residents of Guam are entitled to request that the fee be waved. MBJ