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Diplomatic Breakfast – The Future of Transatlantic Trade: Views from Europe
January 10 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am| $22
World Trade Center Utah and the Center for New American Security, in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and the Salt Lake Chamber, are delighted to host a diplomatic breakfast welcoming the following leaders:
- current Ambassador of Denmark to the U.S., Lars Gert Lose
- Lord Browne of Ladyton, Member of the House of Lords, Vice-Chair of Nuclear Threat Initiative, and Chair and co-founder of the European Leadership Network, Des Browne
- Former Greece Minister of Health and current vice-president of New Democracy Party, Adonis Georgiadis.
What: Diplomatic Breakfast – The Future of Transatlantic Trade
When: Wednesday, January 10 from 8-9:30 a.m.
Where: World Trade Center Utah
60 E. South Temple #300
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
We would like to extend an invite to Utah’s business, government education and community members to join us for an opportunity to strengthen ties between Utah, Denmark, the U.K. and Greece. During the breakfast, our diplomatic guests will share their thoughts on the future of transatlantic trade in a panel, led and moderated by the Center for New American Security.
Because of the limited number of seats available, registration for the event will be necessary. Please note that there will be a $20 charge to partially cover the cost of the meal. The deadline to register for the event is Friday, January 5.
Parking: Parking is available using City Creek Center parking. Please bring your parking ticket up to the main third-floor reception desk for validation. You must bring your parking ticket to the event for validation.
Questions: Questions about the event can be directed to Kelsey Price at WTC Utah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is part of the Center for New American Security’s Across the Pond, in the Field outreach program.
About Across the Pond, in the FIeld
Across the Pond, in the Field is made possible through the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through funds of the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Additional funds provided by the Robert Bosch Stiftung.