To maintain and enhance contacts within the IAG network, three assemblies are held annually, each hosted by a member firm in a different city. The IAG organizing committee and its various sub-groups also meet separately, to plan future developments, and specific products and services, further strengthening the fabric of their network.
IAG has members throughout Europe, North and South America, the Asia Pacific region, and in the Middle East. They are carefully expanding their network to include representation in all major centres of commercial activity worldwide. They actively seek new members who meet their high standards.
The Employment Law Alliance (ELA) is the world’s largest network of labor and employment lawyers. With leading employment, labor, and immigration attorneys in more than 120 countries, all 50 U.S. states and every Canadian province, the ELA provides multi-state and multi-national companies seamless and cost-effective services worldwide. International businesses benefit from the ELA’s reach and deep familiarity with both the local laws and the local courts. Clients also appreciate a single point of contact, consolidated invoicing, and regional billing rates.
World Services Group (WSG) is the globally recognized resource for professionals and their clients to receive the highest quality, value and service from professional services. Formed upon a unique approach to legal networks, WSG developed the idea that the premier independent law firm needed a more expansive and efficient global approach within the industry. Through innovative access and technology, WSG offers members and clients immediate access to prospects, information and leading experts with a known record of superior quality service.
World Services Group has more 21,000 professionals in 135+ jurisdictions representing clients throughout the world.
With the creation of a single ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015 bringing a new focus to South East Asia, the Government of Canada, in August of 2012, with Minister of International Trade Ed Fast, announced the creation of the Canada-ASEAN Business Council (CABC). The primary goals of the CABC are to educate their members about ASEAN and its many opportunities and educate ASEAN on Canadian capabilities, guide them to specific business opportunities in the region, map established ASEAN priorities against Canadian business interest, promote Canadian companies to ASEAN and promote ASEAN to Canada, understand, learn and listen to ASEAN’s needs, network: help to building an ASEAN network for Canadian businesses, communicate, establish effective and regular membership, ASEAN, Chambers, and Canadian Government Communication channels of communication, Link Canadian businesses to Canada’s official ASEAN initiatives. Amongst the founding CABC members: Bombardier, RIM, Royal Bank of Canada, Mac Cain, Manulife…