Offshore Professionals Gather for Strategic Research Institute Event In the Bahamas

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from Strategic Research Institute

    NEW YORK, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- In the electronic marketplace, many
 companies have been given a global presence almost overnight. However, since
 many institutions have entered this market nearly a decade ago, they are still
 trying to amalgamate their systems tapping into new and existing markets.
 Technology systems, business strategies, industries, business plans, laws and
 regulations are constantly changing; trying to successfully adapt from a
 'bricks and mortars" world to a "bricks and clicks" e-World.
     At the Strategic Research Institute's Multinationals & E-Commerce: An
 Offshore Perspective conference, on May 17 & 18, 2001 at The Lucayan on Grand
 Bahama Island, Bahamas, you will learn how to tap into this $400 billion
 market place, reduce taxes and maximize returns by basing all or part of your
 e-Commerce business offshore.  Some of the companies that will be represented
 in the speaker faculty include KPMG, CyberElves, First Atlantic Commerce, Bank
 of Bermuda, Arthur Andersen, and Baltimore Technologies.
     Whether you are offshore or onshore, an established multinational or a
 start-up entrepreneur, this conference has a lot to offer everyone in the
 e-World. You will learn the latest e-Business strategies on how to
 successfully expand from a "brick and mortar" world to an e-Environment and
 how to protect your intellectual property and trademark security.
     For more information, please contact Stephanie Morley by phone at
 212-967-0095 x241, by e-mail at smorley@srinstitute.com, or refer to the
 conference webpage at http://www.srinstitute.com/ci223 .
 
 

SOURCE Strategic Research Institute
    NEW YORK, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- In the electronic marketplace, many
 companies have been given a global presence almost overnight. However, since
 many institutions have entered this market nearly a decade ago, they are still
 trying to amalgamate their systems tapping into new and existing markets.
 Technology systems, business strategies, industries, business plans, laws and
 regulations are constantly changing; trying to successfully adapt from a
 'bricks and mortars" world to a "bricks and clicks" e-World.
     At the Strategic Research Institute's Multinationals & E-Commerce: An
 Offshore Perspective conference, on May 17 & 18, 2001 at The Lucayan on Grand
 Bahama Island, Bahamas, you will learn how to tap into this $400 billion
 market place, reduce taxes and maximize returns by basing all or part of your
 e-Commerce business offshore.  Some of the companies that will be represented
 in the speaker faculty include KPMG, CyberElves, First Atlantic Commerce, Bank
 of Bermuda, Arthur Andersen, and Baltimore Technologies.
     Whether you are offshore or onshore, an established multinational or a
 start-up entrepreneur, this conference has a lot to offer everyone in the
 e-World. You will learn the latest e-Business strategies on how to
 successfully expand from a "brick and mortar" world to an e-Environment and
 how to protect your intellectual property and trademark security.
     For more information, please contact Stephanie Morley by phone at
 212-967-0095 x241, by e-mail at smorley@srinstitute.com, or refer to the
 conference webpage at http://www.srinstitute.com/ci223 .
 
 SOURCE  Strategic Research Institute