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Celebrating NEXCO

Category: Resources

Trade association marks 45th year with a party at old Merchant’s House in NYC

If you’re in the New York metro area, the networking cocktail reception at the Merchant’s House, Wednesday, October 6, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., is a good opportunity to get together with international trade professionals – including members of the Datamyne team, our blog anchor Bill Armbruster among them. (Datamyne is a sponsor of the event.)

The occasion is the 45th anniversary of NEXCO, a non-profit international trade association that provides high-quality, affordable webinars and seminars designed to take the mystery out of import-export for beginners and burnish the skills of experienced traders. The venue is fitting: the Merchant’s House Museum at 29 East 4th Street in Manhattan, built in 1832, was the home of Seabury Tredwell, prosperous marine hardware merchant and importer. Preserved as “papa would want it” by his youngest daughter until her death in 1933, the house offers yet another spin on “cross-border commerce”: it is reputed to be Manhattan’s most haunted house.

Tickets are $45 and include a tour of the house. Register here.

Date posted: September 24, 2010


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