Registration to the 2017 SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington, DC, has opened and you are invited! With the new administration and several new rules and regulations, this is the Summit you don’t want to miss!
The U.S. Embassy will lead a delegation of Dutch companies to 2017 SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington, DC, we cordially invite you to join this trip on June 18-20. This year’s theme will be ‘Grow with US’ and will provide a unique opportunity for Dutch companies interested in entering or expanding their operations in the United States. Hear the latest about investing in the United States directly from the new Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, other cabinet members, and high-level speakers from both U.S. and international companies. The Summit is an unprecedented opportunity to connect you with other investors and senior-level corporate decision makers to explore U.S. investment opportunities and resources at the federal, state, and regional levels.
All 50 states will exhibit at the Summit, providing an opportunity to learn about the latest trends, opportunities, and incentives per state, and to find out where to open your next location in the U.S
We have also organized a program for the Dutch delegation in New York City, on Wednesday June 21. This will focus solely on Dutch companies operating in the United States and will provide Dutch participants with in-depth information on legal issues, payroll, financial support, desk services, insurance, and liability. We have lined up several Dutch partners to provide detailed, comprehensive information. We will conclude the day with a Dutch – NY networking event.
Space is limited and registration will be on a first-come first-serve basis and will close on May 31. The registration fee for this event is $799, including all the above-mentioned benefits. To find out more about the program, venue, and registration process, please visit www.selectusasummit.us. In case you have any questions, please feel free to contact Philip Hammerstein at the U.S. Embassy at Philip.Hammerstein@trade.gov or 070-310 2416.