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The Hub Culture Los Angeles Pavilion at GetGlobal 2016 will operate from October 20-21, 2016 at the JW Marriott, LA Live in downtown LA.

This GetGlobal Hub is focused on "Scaling City Solutions" and brings together thought leaders from around the world in a series of solutions-based workshops, panel discussions, co-working, social media and more within the context of the larger GetGlobal 2016 event.
Welcome to Hub Los Angeles on Hub Culture. This is your virtual collboration hub where there's so much to do! Join the discussions or start a new one!. View and create events. Kick start projects with fellow hub members. Propose and upvote governance structures. Catch up on latest news and post new articles.

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Hub Culture LA Pavilion @ Get Global Stan Stalnaker 1 8th April 2016
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Hub Culture MiX - Wednesday 9 March, 2011 Stan Stalnaker 0 2nd March 2011

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Global Expansion, Grande Scale

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During the GetGlobal Conference 2016, Hub Culture's Edie Lush sat down with Jason Weintraub, the Director, International Development at Taco Bell to discuss global expansion on a grande scale.

Setting Up a Business in Dubai

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As part of Hub Culture's Cities Track series, Bilal Sabouni, CEO, American Business Council & N. Emirates talks to Executive Editor Edie Lush about setting up a business in Dubai.

How Do Governors Drive Trade in US States

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Edie Lush talks to Mark Brady, Director of the Office of International Trade & Investment for the National Governors Association at GetGlobal 2016 on the importance of Governors in driving trade development.

What are the Risks of International Business Expansion?

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Lauri Merritt and Pauline Johnson of Radius Worldwide discuss the risks when expanding your organisation into foreign markets.