September 29th, 2011 10:41 EST
Hon. Ambassador Philip Kapneck Attends Embassy Night, Washington DC
On the 20th of September, 2011, The World Trade Center Institute, the State of Maryland and Legg Mason, hosted Embassy Night at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC.
The night was showcasing global markets and business successes. There were 300 VIP attendees representing 30 nations. Over 30 countries were being honored as well as many global business platinum and premiere representatives that attended.
Among some of the VIP`s attending and discussing the evening events were Maryland`s Robert L. Walker, Secretary for Business and Enterprise Development, Maryland Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck, and Ms. Signe Pringle, Program Director for the Office of International Investments and Trade for DBED.
Maryland state business leaders Robert L. Walker, Philip Kapneck, and Ms. Signe Pringle met with many old friends and business acquaintances during the evening.
The Embassy Night event brings together key decision makers, high level executives, Ambassadors and Senior Embassy Representatives from many countries.
The Maryland Development Association (MEDA) noted the event. The World Trade Center Institute presents Embassy Night. It is a VIP dinner bringing together the region's key business leaders, high level executives, embassy representatives, and senior embassy representatives.
Embassy Night showcases key international business results and markets. Attendees honor and network with influential embassy leaders from 30+ countries. It provides international business insights from breakout sessions and dinner speakers.