Yes, you can make it here by yourself. However, there is an easier, more profitable way! With a vast network of companies and individuals, NACC can help you make the necessary introductions to begin a successful U.S. operation. Those who have already tried, know the high cost of planning and implementing a value-creating mission to the United States. Using our exclusive network, the Chamber is well-suited to arrange meetings with the right companies to help you navigate this difficult terrain. Our Business Matchmaking Program is built around your company's needs and objectives. NACC offers international companies customized programs and visits to American counterparts.
With the help of the Chamber's extensive network and world-renowned reputation, we can offer your company customized programs and visits to the American key players in your industry.
You don't have to be Volvo, Golden Krust or Nike to benefit from NACC services. Our Business Matchmaking Program services all business sizes, from start-up to established, multinational corporations. Membership in NACC is not required; however, we do recommend it, in order for you to optimize your experience.
Our Business Matchmaking Program is highly customized. The Program is structured around a concept of "Perfect Referrals," that is, companies and individuals that our consultants, in conjunction with you, have defined as the best contacts for your business. In addition to the introductory meetings, we can help you take the next step; starting with assisting in preparations for the meetings and extending all the way to collaborating with them. Our level of involvement is tailor-made to your needs.
For more information regarding our Business Matchmaking Program, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call
Ms. Phillip at 718-722-9217, Ext 201.
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Starting a Business in the U.S.
Chamber Presidents Pearl Phillip and Randall Toure recently started a Webinar series in which experts discuss the topic of starting a business in the U.S. The first seminar is available for viewing online and covers the following topics:
* Immigration considerations for starting a business in the U.S.
* Visa options for essential personnel
* Corporate business formation and establishing a business presence
* Tax considerations for new businesses
The Starting a Business in the U.S. seminar is an educational seminar aimed to help international businesses enter and operate in the American market. For a consultation to schedule a seminar, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Ms. Phillip at 718-722-9217, Ext 201.