Doing Business in Canada 2016

Canada continues to maintain its ranking as the United States’ largest export market in the world accounting for US$312 billion of U.S. goods. This figure represents a US$12 billion increase (four percent) from 2013 and the highest total on record. Proximity, ease of doing business, a common business culture, rule of law, and high receptivity for U.S.-made goods and services contribute to the already significant bilateral trade base. Anticipated future growth and expansion of the Canadian economy ensure that U.S.-made goods and services will be competitive in this market in the coming years. In 2013, Canada ranked third in the world in foreign direct investment (FDI) to the United States.

 

Welcome and Introduction

Herbert Ouida, Director Global Enterprise Network, Fairleigh Dickinson University ( Moderator)

 

Services Available through the United States Department of Commerce

Kyle Wells  Country Desk Officer for Canada

 

New Jersey Export Assistance Programs

Bill Spear International Business Advocate, New Jersey Department of State

 

The Full range of services available through PNC Bank

George Hoffman  SVP Manager International Advisory PNC Bank

 

UPS as your Logistics Partner

Timothy Rowe Marketing Manager UPS

 

Travel Experience in Canada
Kenneth I. Brown, Chief Financial Officer, RAB Lighting

 

Think Canada!
Nathalie Niedoba, Consul and Head of Investment, Consulate General of Canada

 

PROGRAM

Event Details:

Date: March 4, 2016

Time: 8:30 a.m. to noon
Location: Multiputpose Room, Student Union Building, Metropolitan Campus, FDU, Teaneck, NJ

Google Maps Directions to FDU

 


Registration:

Registrations are open now and are required for the event.

Ticket prices are $35 (includes continental Breakfast) for general admissions. Students are$10 (valid student ID required). FDU staff, faculty and students are FREE.

RESERVE YOUR SEAT


For more information, contact:

Herbert Ouida
houida99@aol.com
(201) 803-1366

Sarah Horn
shorn@fdu.edu
(201) 692-7362
 


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