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Exit Planning For Small Business Owners

There are several types of exit strategies for small business owners to choose from, and each type of plan has key points to consider. This workshop covers the essential questions that every business owner should know about exit strategies and what your business is worth.

You should also focus on what you truly want to achieve with all assets and start the process early to implement your strategies.

If you are considering an exit plan for your business, this Lunch & Learn workshop will help you determine what works best for you and your business needs.

Presented by AXA Advisors in partnership with Florida SBDC at FIU & Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center.

RSVP at http://go.fiu.edu/exitplanning

Documentary Screening and Book Signing: Finding Samuel Lowe. China, Jamaica, Harlem

MADISON

Documentary Screening and Book Signing featuring Paula Williams Madison. Sponsored by LACC. Co-sponsored by FIU’s African & African Diaspora Studies Program. Part of LACC’s Migrant and Transient Communities Program of Excellence. Free and open to the public. For more information, please call (305) 348-2894.

Tourism in Cuba: Riding the Wave Toward Sustainable Prosperity

Toruism in Cuba

Book launch and conversation featuring book authors and experts, Richard E. Feinberg, Richard S. Newfarmer, Jorge Duany and Maria Dolores Espino. Moderated by LACC Director, Frank Mora. Co-sponsored by the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, Cuban Research Institute, Chaplain School of Tourism & Hospitality Management, and Latin American Initiative at Brookings Institution. Free and open to the public. For more information, please call (305) 348-2894.

Global Engagement Film Series – Tohoku Tomo

TTPoster

http://tohokutomo.com/

March 2016 is the five year anniversary of the great east Japan earthquake. On March 11, 2011, while the rest of the world watched, much of the northern coast was washed away by the massive tsunami, triggered by a 9.0 earthquake.The tragedy was devastating to Tohoku, Japan, and the entire world. People lost loved ones, their homes, and even their way of life. In the months after the disaster, countless volunteers rallied from around the world and came to Japan’s aid to help begin the long process of rebuilding. Whether by donating money, organizing events, or coming to volunteer, these individuals showed they truly care about Japan and about the people of Tohoku. Tohoku Tomo tells their story.

Tohoku Tomo is 60 minutes in length, with English audio and Japanese subtitles.

These screenings are free and open to the public.

3/30/2016

Where: Miami
Florida International University, Room GL100
Modesto A. Maidique Campus (MMC)
11200 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida 33199

Time: 8:00 PM

Details: The screening begins at 8 PM. From 9 PM – 10 PM we will hold a panel discussion with director Wesley Julian, Consul General Okaniwa, and Bryan Barber (M.A. in Asian Studies and Ph.D. Candidate in International Relations from FIU).

Part of the Global Engagement Film series hosted by FIU’s Office of Global Learning Initiatives. Sponsored by Florida JETAA, Office of Global Learning Initiatives, and FIU’s Asian Studies Program.

Global Learning Medallion students will earn 1 point for attending – be sure to sign in!

Flier: Tohoku Tomo Film Screening – March 30 2016

2nd Annual Library Fair for Faculty and Staff

Come to the Second Annual FIU Library Fair for Faculty & Staff to step up your research and teaching in 2016. It’s time to meet and greet (and eat) at the library!

Speak with your librarian and visit our information stations to learn about the library resources, services, and specialized tools designed to help you with your research, teaching, and tenure and promotion documents. We will have refreshments, door prizes, and plenty of witty conversation, of course, plus a chance to be entered into our Grand Prize raffle.

Did you know that:

  • For every subject area there is a liaison librarian that specializes in collection development and instruction?
  • The library subscribes to more than 1,000 databases?
  • You and your students have free access to Mango Languages, a learning software with courses on dozens of languages that includes a mobile learning app?

Learn all this and more! The Fair will take place on Thursday, February 11th from 11 am – 2  pm in GL 220. Drop in for five minutes or stay the entire time!

RSVP today at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1VW4vXxbGK4MrPyUly6qeCvl6ZgjzP5sQD1S2N_K3uaQ/viewform.

For any questions, please contact Sarah Hammill at hammills@fiu.edu. We hope to see you there!