Doing business in the USA: 12 States in 1 place Are you looking to expand your business in the US? Wondering what location would best suit your needs? Event aims: Demonstrate expansion in the US is feasible and profitable Seminar on "Locating in the USA" including a speaker from the US Commercial Service in London Intensive 1-1 meetings with Council of American States in Europe (*CASE) represntatives Presentation from local business man William Beckett who has experience of working in the US Timetable: 09:30 for 10:00 start 10:00 Seminar 11:00 Break 11:15 Seminar 12:30 Lunch provided (FREE) 12:30 Meet with State represntatives 14:00 End States represented: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky Illinois, Indiana, Iowa Mississippi, Missouri, Pennsylvania N Carolina, S Carolina, Virginia *CASE advises and supports European companies by acting as gateway to expansion in the USA.
Founder and chairman of Cobra Beer, Lord Bilimoria, is the latest high profile name to become a guest speaker at the Sheffield Chamber's annual President's dinner.
A leading regional businessman from the sport and leisure sector has backed a charity fundraising walk, which will be started by Sheffield's golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill.
This week, the Government has announced a public consultation on plans for a combined authority for the Sheffield City Region (SCR).
We all understand the lure of expanding abroad; more customers, wider opportunities, and access to some of the world's most thriving economies, but how should you go about exporting your product in today's global community? Translation and Interpreting service provider Talking Heads® has compiled a useful list of 6 'dos and don'ts' when it comes to trading overseas.
Ahead of A-Level results, the BCC calls for greater contact between young people and business to help pupils make better informed career choices The business organisation set all MPs the challenge of finding first hand from employers what prevents them from hiring young people John Longworth: -There is no silver-bullet solution to the youth unemployment challenge, yet there are some simple things that can be done here and now to help educate our young people about their future career opportunities.