Consular Chamber of Commerce Events


Certified International Notary PublicNotaries public demonstrating proficiency in international notarization and document authentication to be designated. 

The Consular Chamber of Commerce has developed study materials and a unique combination of test questions and tasks designed for notaries public in the USA to learn and demonstrate their knowledge in international document authentication.

Each Certified International Notary Public (CINP) will be referred the notary clientele anticipated by the Idnetify.nu identity verification platform, soon to be launched in beta test by the Consular Chamber. 

In order to pass the CINP Exam, candidates must demonstrate knowledge of international notarization techniques and methods, as well as knowledge of consular function with regard to notarization across borders.  

A complete list of requirements is listed at the Legal Attaché enrollment at http://cinp.motiongranted.us.

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PURE Global Water ExpoThe Consular Chamber of Commerce is inviting those interested in potable water development to Las Vegas for a newly developed expo and conference in Fall of 2011.    

PURE Global Water Expo is being marketed internationally.  PURE stands for Potability Underdevelopment Rescue Expo.  The conference is designed to attract several key sectors, including:     

  • Water purification and de-salination technology firms
  • Charity and NGO entities involved in funding potable water projects in developing communities
  • Governments and communities in need of potable water development
  • Venture capitalists and government agencies interested in financing potable water development

“One billion people in the world don’t have access to clean drinking water, despite the fact that it is often easily developed and sustainable in their immediate area.  The results are disastrous for all people.  War, disease, famine, mass exodus, human trafficking and more can all point to a root cause of a lack of clean water.   We set out to bring together those catalysts changing this dynamic.”    

                                                   – Dr. Aldo Aguirre
                                                     Honorary Vice-Consul of Guatemala
                                                     President, Consular Chamber of Commerce
 

  

 Charity: Water is one of the major inspirations of PURE Global Water Expo
 

Decline in Financing for Potable Water Development

UN Figures: Decline in potable water financing

  The Consular Chamber of Commerce is presently reviewing proposals for PURE Global Water Expo venue, catering and hotels.  Affordability for attendees is paramount.  The event will also include a the Chamber’s well-known Dine With Dignitaries, welcoming visiting VIP’s to Las Vegas with personal introductions to Las Vegas society and US officials. 

  The 3-day conference will primarily be a product show, allowing the latest in water purification technologies, such as portable solar-powered water purification systems and the latest in micro-well drilling techniques.  The related shelter and power technologies will also be featured.  Participation by various Non-Governmental Organizations and charities is anticipated, as the Expo will facilitate working outdoor demonstrations of many technologies in one place.  

Las Vegas has been chosen for the first PURE Global Water Expo not only because it is the headquarters of the Consular Chamber of Commerce, but also because it rose from the Mojave Desert in one generation to become the most visited city in the world, due in large part to successful, albeit tumultuous, potable water development.    

The Expo can be followed on Facebook and Twitter, or at www.purewaterexpo.com    

Inquiries by exhibitors, venues, attendees or others may be directed to info@purewaterexpo.com.    

 

Institute for Cultureal DiplomacyInstitute for Cultural Diplomacy

Institute for Cultural Diplomacy Advisory Board

Board of Advisors of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin

The Consular Chamber of Commerce has become one of the first institutional members of the ICD in the Western United States.

The ICD is a Berlin-based not-for-profit, non-governmental organization which was formed to promote global peace and stability through strenghening and supporting intercultural relations at all levels.  The progams and products of the ICD will be included in the activities of the Consular Chamber of Commerce.  The Consular Chamber also intends to invite the leadership of the ICD to speak at functions at various locations around the world.

 Member: Institute for Cultural Diplomacy

 

International Business Association 17th World Trade Conference

Consular Chamber of Commerce co-founder and President Emeritus  Jonathan Warren will be the keynote speaker opening the 17th World Trade Conference  & U.S. Department of Commerce Export Achievement Awards, May 4th, 2010 in Ontario, California.

Mr. Warren is a past-President of the Nevada Committee on Foreign Relations, which later merged into the Las Vegas World Affairs Council.  He co-founded the Consular Chamber of Commerce a not-for-profit, independent, global chamber of commerce; the Order of Consular Emissaries, a group of volunteers supporting Honorary Consulates; Dine With Dignitaries, hosting dignitaries at intimate dinners in many countries; Identify.nu, the Chamber’s proprietary global identity verification service, and;  countries.consul.cc, the Chamber’s proprietary global directory of local area information and mapping.  

Jonathan went on to conceive and create the Office of the Legal Attaché of the Consular Chamber, and the Consultancy of the Consular Chamber.  He then gained acceptance of the Chamber as a institutional member of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, the first such member in the western United States.

Mr. Warren will be speaking on the catalysts and motives in forming the Consular Chamber, and the capabilities it brings to its membership.  He will also provide his opinions as to where the group will go under its present leadership.  The following afternoon, he will be moderating a panel of experts on Global Opportunity Zones.

 

Hakan Tekin, Consul General of Turkey visits Las Vegas
Honorary Consul Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl, Gayle Anderson, Consul General Hakan Tekin, Jonathan Warren, Honorary Consul Lena Walther

Consul General Hakan Tekin spoke to a large lunch audience brought together by the Las Vegas World Affairs Council, on the subject of “Turkey’s Role in a Dynamic and Troubled Region”.

Consul General Tekin took unfiltered questions from the diverse audience, before meeting and greeting the many attendees. 
Consular Chamber of Commerce accompanies Las Vegas World Affairs Council

Attorney Lloyd Baker appeared somewhat shocked at the size of the gathering in his law office at 500 S. 8th Street in Las Vegas on March 31, 2010.  The at-capacity crowd gathered for the open house launch of office space donated by the Mr. Baker to the Consular Chamber of Commerce, for use by member consuls either residing in, or visiting Las Vegas. 

photography courtesy Gregory Smith Images

The event was also sponsored by Mundo ‘Culinary Haute Spot’ Restaurant, located just blocks away at World Market Center.  Mundo proprietor George Harris recently invited the Honorary Consul of Chile in Las Vegas, Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl, to choose Chilean wines for the menu at the restaurant.  Two of the four wines adopted for the Mundo menu were presented at this event, as well as a few of Mundo’s award-winning hors d’oeurves.

Consul Biggs Sparkuhl encouraged all to please patronize Mundo and have a glass of Chilean wine, making the point that each glass of wine poured was helping the Chilean economy recover from the disasterous recent earthquakes in the heart of the wine region.

Consular Chamber of Commerce Open House at Lloyd Baker Law Building
Gary Furlong, Honorary Consul General of Uzbekistan; Lena Walther, Honorary Consul of Sweden; Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl, Honorary Consul of Chile; Lloyd Baker, Consular Emissary; Dr. Aldo Aguirre, Honorary Vice-Consul of Guatemala; Marco Varela, Consular Emissary

In recognition of their ongoing support of his Consulate, Dr. Aldo Aguirre, Honorary Vice-Consul of Guatemala, took the opportunity to induct Lloyd Baker and Marco Varela into the Order of Consular Emissaries.

Consuls in attendance:

  • Gary Furlong, Honorary Consul General of Uzbekistan in Seattle
  • Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl, Honorary Consul of Chile in Las Vegas and North American Director of FICAC
  • Dr. Aldo Aguirre, Honorary Vice-Consul of Guatemala in Las Vegas and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Las Vegas Clark County Library District
  • Lena Walther, Honorary Consul of Sweden in Las Vegas
  • The Vice-Consul of El Salvador in Los Angeles (career consul), Juan Antonio Salamanca Escolero
Juan Antonio Salamanca Escolero, Vice-Consul of El Salvador in Los Angeles

Juan Antonio Salamanca Escolero, Vice-Consul of El Salvador in Los Angeles joined us in Las Vegas

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