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38 Reasons to Join COTA

COTA Membership is packed with unique opportunities and resources to network your organization or business with some of the world’s most influential executives in the private and public sectors, for success and growth throughout the International Community. Our Valued Membership is situated throughout 41 states and 38 countries and growing.

COTA’S Key Issues:
Free trade
Global Women Topics
Affordable Housing in Latin America
Educational Program – You Are the Difference: The Human Face in Doing Business

COTA is now taking our 26 years of navigating the international waters of trade and economic development to another level. It is now time for the Chamber of the Americas and its Foundation to take a more active leadership role in creating a society for the greater good of all humanity, by planting seeds of hope and love to heal a Divided Nation and International Community now and into the future.

COTA Foundation, through fundraising and directing resources, is committed to take its educational program “YOU ARE THE DIFFERENCE: THE HUMAN FACE IN DOING BUSINESS” nationally and internationally to Universities and Colleges through webinars, seminars and town halls, as well as reaching out to other educational and economic Institutions and organizations, corporations, chambers and nonprofits.

OPIC — The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) is a self-sustaining U.S. Government agency that helps American businesses invest in emerging markets.

EXIM Bank — provides a variety of financing mechanisms, including working capital guarantees and export credit insurance, to promote the sale of U.S. goods and services abroad.

Metropolitan State University — Through COTA’s foundation, to take our educational program “You Are the Difference: The Human Face in doing Business” nationally and internationally to universities and colleges,as well as reaching out through community events.

El Pomar Foundation — A Colorado nonprofit organization established in 1937 by Spencer and Julie Penrose.

San Jose Hispanic Chamber of Commerce — includes OPIC, EXIM bank and other financial institutions that support development throughout the International Community.

Garritz International — Digital Services (websites, mobile apps, social media, online media planning and buying, tailor-made consulting).

BizWest — a print and electronic paper, the most accurate, in-depth business news and developer of the deepest and most up-to-date business database in Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado.

Wells Fargo Bank — specializes in Retail Banking, Insurance, Mortgages, Consumer Finance and Corporate and Investment Banking.

Newmont Mining — the world’s largest gold producer with significant assets or operations on five continents.

Denver Sister Cities International — a vibrant and growing organization that believes in bringing together local citizens with grassroots efforts. Featuring 10 Sister Cities around the world.

Belize Chamber of Commerce — the largest private sector membership-based organization in Belize and has been consistently championing the causes of its private sector constituency.

Global Chamber Denver — a thriving and collaborating community of CEOs, executives, and professionals growing business across 500 metropolitan areas.

United Airlines — Let’s Fly Together

Trade Missions and Reverse Trade Missions — a key function of Chamber of Americas is for its members and non-members to attend trade missions and experience firsthand the facilitation of trade and investment that await them throughout the Western Hemisphere. The trade missions also play an important role in supporting and strengthening local economies. In addition, attendees have the opportunity to establish international business relationships and gain access to national and regional leaders in both the public and private sectors.

Executive Forums & Special Event Town Halls — Chamber of Americas holds monthly executive forum luncheons that comprise speakers from a wide variety of sectors within the global marketplace, including business, government, media, as well as those involved in the
economic, and social systems. These speakers include diplomats, high-ranking political officials, experts in international trade and investment, successful entrepreneurs and more. Forum topics, educate, stimulate and inspire.

Seminars, Conferences and Webinars — focused educational seminars and conferences to explore opportunities in trade, investment and other business pursuits throughout the International Community.

Cultural, Networking and Social Events — outreach to the greater business community in creating a better world for all peoples through global endeavors, VIP gatherings and members-only events.

Chamber of the Americas
720 Kipling Street, Suite 13, Denver, CO 80215 USA

For more information, contact: Gil Cisneros, Chairman and CEO
(303) 462-1275, E-mail:

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