Doing Business in the EU after Brexit
The United States and the European Union (EU), with its 28 member states, enjoy a mature economic relationship that is characterized by nearly $4 trillion in two-way investment. U.S. exports of goods and services to the EU-28 in 2015 exceeded $500 billion and imports from the EU, $604 billion. It is estimated that transatlantic commerce generates more than 15 million jobs. U.S. and foreign affiliates of both parties employed a total of 8.3 million workers in 2014 which is a 4 percent increase over 2013.
This seminar will review the impact that the surprising decision to leave the EU by England will have on business opportunities.
Welcome and Introduction
Herbert Ouida, Director, Global Enterprise Network, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Moderator)
Overview of the Impact of Brexit on trade opportunities for U.S. companies
David Lee, Economist, of the International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.
The International Business Services offered by the state of New Jersey
William Spear, International Business Advocate, NJ Business Action Center
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Jasen Nowell, Regional Sales Agent, Coface- USA
Adam Gussen, Regional Director of Sales Development, Coface-USA
The role of the European American Business Organization in fostering trade and investment
Sven C. Oehme, President and CEO, European American Business Organization
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Date: October 28, 2016
Time: 8:30 a.m. to noon
Location: Multipurpose Room, Student Union Building, Metropolitan Campus, FDU, Teaneck, NJ
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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.
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