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The United States is the world's largest economy. Trade and investment flows between Sweden and the U.S. have developed positively over the last decade and the U.S. is Sweden's fourth largest single export market today. The country offers a lot of opportunities but there are also challenges.
Being the world's third largest country, both by size and population, means there is a large domestic market but also vast domestic resources. Spanning five time zones, including Silicon Valley, the legendary Wall Street financial center in New York, oil fields in Texas, heavy industry in the Midwest and creative centers in Los Angeles, the U.S. has it all. However, the country also consists of fifty different states where federal laws meet state laws and different taxations and rules for setting up businesses.
Join SACC New York and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce for a seminar on March 12, 2013 to find out more about doing business in, and with, the U.S.
Program to date:
8.00-10.00 – Facts about Business Opportunities in the U.S.
The World’s Greatest Economy – and its Endless Opportunities
Renée Lundholm, President, SACC New York
Select USA – A Resource for Investors
Julie Snyder, Senior Commercial Officer, U.S. Embassy in Stockholm
Setting up your business in the U.S.
Kristen Wright, Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty, LLP
Immigration – finding the right visa
David W. Johnson, Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty, LLP
An entrepreneur and a business leader – reflections on doing business in the U.S.
Lars Björk, CEO, QlikTech Inc
Peter Grauers, Founder, J.P. Grauers AB & Former Country Manager, H&M USA
In experienced hands when crossing the Atlantic
Pia Gideon, SACC New York
10.00 End of seminar
10.00-11.30 Business Forum U.S. – Networking and individual consultations
Date: March 12, 2013
Time: 8.00 - 11.30 am
Location: Odd Fellow, Västra Trädgårdsgatan 11 a, Stockholm, Sweden
To register, please see the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
When & Where
SACC New York
The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.