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FDU Global Enterprise Network on the Radio
Mr. Herb Ouida, Director of the FDU Global Enterprise Network (GEN), part of the FDU Office of International Education, was interviewed this week on WFDU's Sunday public affairs show, Digest.  

Mr. Ouida discussed the upcoming GEN breakfast seminar, Doing Business in India, scheduled for on February 7, 2013 on the Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.  He also discussed a wide range of international trade issues and the importance of regional businesses informing themselves about international opportunities.  Sponsors of the GEN program include Federal Express, Citibank, M&T Bank, Kompass, UPS, and Kallman Worldwide. Mr. Ouida also explained the goal of the FDU Global Enterprise Network, which is to coordinate the many resources available for regional business development while providing "real world" experience and internships for FDU's cadre of international graduate students.

Herb Ouida has 30 years of experience in international business development with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the World Trade Center Association. He devoted 26 years to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility. These ranged from an attorney handling litigation and employee personnel matters to international business development management positions. During his tenure at the Port Authority, he also managed a city agency responsible for ground transportation regulation at the request of the Mayor of the City of New York. As Executive Vice President of the World Trade Center Association, he helped lead an international not-for-profit association dedicated to the establishment and effective operation of World Trade Centers (WTCs) as instruments for trade expansion representing 316 members in 91 countries.

Registrations for Doing Business in India are open now and are required for the event. Ticket prices are $35 (includes continental Breakfast) for general admissions. Students pay only $10 (valid student ID required).