Take advantage of the Medica 2021 CEO Program to meet current and prospective partners and customers and expand into Europe and International Markets!
The Medica 2021 CEO program is perfectly suited to provide your company with a customized experience at the worlds largest medical fair and provide the essentials to help you accomplish your goals onsite. Unlike a full-fledged booth, our CEO Center, organized and supported by the U.S. Department of Commerce, is an exclusive meeting area with all the amenities of a full-fledged office right on the show floor. The Medica CEO Program includes a multi-lingual personal assistant/interpreter assigned to each participating company; a meeting table; a receptionist; office services (computer, printer, copier, etc.); and an on-site refreshment area. Additionally, CEO Participants receive entry into the Medica show guide, year round promotion, and participation in our healthcare team programs including B2B matchmaking, meetings with market specialists and more.
· When: November 15-18, 2021
· Where: Dusseldorf, Germany
· Application deadline: The application deadline for participation will be September 17, 2019.
· Cost: $6,200 for table, $7,200 for a small room
For more information and registration form, please contact our Dusseldorf Germany team or Mike Grossman in the United States (cf under Contacts).
Save the Date - 3rd Annual Business and Investment Visa Seminar (virtual edition) - December 3, 2020 - 14:00 to 15:30
Do you have questions about business travel to the U.S.? Have the Presidential Proclamations on Novel Coronavirus and risk to the U.S. Labor Market affected your ability to send employees to the U.S. for business activity that is essential to your or your customers business operations in the U.S.? Would you like to learn more about making the National Interest Exception (NIE) process more efficient?
Then please join the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service SelectUSA program and the Council of American States in Europe on Thursday, December 3 at 2:00 p.m. (CET) for a dynamic online discussion of Presidential Proclamations 9993 and 10052 and national interest exceptions under both.
The discussion will be led by a team of a of U.S. consular officers from throughout Germany, who will discuss whats included and whats exempted under both proclamations, what exceptions are available for your employees to travel to the U.S., and the mechanics and best practices for requesting and receiving NIE approval.
To register, please contact Tobias Wester / U.S. Consulate General Frankfurt at: Phone +49-69-7535-3159 / Email: Tobias.Wester@trade.gov
Invitation from the US Embassy in Berlin: Market Entry USA - Life Science Opportunities in Rhode Island Virtual Event
SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, January 21, 2021, from 14:00 - 15:30
The U.S. Embassy in Berlin and the State of Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (CommerceRI.com) cordially invite you to a webinar on market entry in the U.S. The virtual event is aimed at international life science and medical technology companies and is entitled "Medtech Innovation: Opportunities on the United States East Coast".
With its exposed location between Boston and New York - directly embedded in the life science ecosystem of New England - American and international companies in Rhode Island benefit particularly from its proximity to the leading American life science innovation hubs on the East Coast. In addition, Rhode Island offers an excellent research and university landscape, as well as local funding opportunities for international companies willing to expand.
Rhode Island's Minister of Economics Stefan Pryor and representatives of renowned institutions will introduce this innovative medical technology location to you. Among the speakers are the New England Medical Innovation Center (NEMIC), the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health and the Biotech Cluster Rhode Island BIO. Two company representatives, who have already successfully founded companies in Rhode Island, will round off the program. Following the presentations, there will be an opportunity to ask questions of the speakers.
The program overview is attached separately as pdf.
Please register by Monday, January 18, 2021 by e-mail to Sabine.Winkels@trade.gov. We are looking forward to your participation!
THE U.S. COMMERCIAL SERVICE — YOUR GLOBAL BUSINESS PARTNER
The U.S. Commercial Service assists and advocates for U.S. businesses in international markets to foster U.S. economic prosperity. Utilizing our network of trade promotion and policy professionals located in over 70 countries (representing 91% of global GDP) and 100 U.S. locations, the Commercial Service promotes U.S. exports, especially among small and medium-sized enterprises; advances and protects U.S. commercial interests overseas; and attracts inward investment into the United States.
Personalized Business Matchmaking
• Meet one-on-one with pre-screened buyers, sales representatives, and business partners through our Gold Key Service. • Leverage customized market briefings, research, and advice.
• Identify potential partners and get detailed company reports. • Determine the marketability of your product or service.
Trade Advocacy Services
• Receive government-to-government support in promotion of U.S. exports and employment. • Counter foreign government advocacy and political pressure. • Benefit from transparency and fairness in the tender processes.
SelectUSA helps companies of all sizes find the information they need to make decisions; connect to the right people at the local level; and navigate the federal regulatory system in order to invest into the U.S.A.. SelectUSA also assists U.S. economic development organizations to compete globally for investment by providing information, a platform for international marketing, and high-level advocacy. Visit www.selectusa.gov and www.selectusasummit.us