Doing business with the USA - Wellington 30th April
Doing business with the USA
AmCham and Grow Wellington invite you to "Doing Business with the USA" seminar.
The US is New Zealand's third largest export market and presents significant opportunities. Come along and hear from experts who can assist you to enter and do business in the US market and from those who have been successful there.
State of US/NZ Relations & Select USA– Dorothy Mayhew, Political & Economic Counsellor, US Embassy
Latest import/export trends – implications for business – Fred Donovan, Wellington Regional Manager, DHL Express
Critical Success Factors when doing business with the USA – Phil Veal, CEO, Rangatira Ltd & Global Chair of KEA.
Panel: Important learnings from established businesses trading in the US to assist businesses setting up in the USA- things to look out for.
Online - Andrew Morrow, General Manager, PartsTrader Markets Ltd
Gaming - Mario Wynands, Managing Director, PikPok
Food & Beverage -Richard Shirtcliffe, CEO, Tuatara Brewing.
Mobile Marketing - Cody Bunea, Director, Carnival Labs (TBC)
Paul Grey, CEO, ExportX, who will talk about the latest developments in e-commerce/Amazon.
Panel: Expert insights from renowned/worldwide service providers:
International Trade Finance /Banking – Andy Bray, Manager Trade & Supply Chain, ANZ Bank
Taxation (Issues, Solutions) – Gina Wallace, Managing Director, NZ US Tax Specialists Ltd
IP – Geoff Chisholm, Senior Associate, Baldwins
Immigration – Barbara Johnson, Managing Director, Barbara Johnson & Associates
Legal & US Regulatory Affairs -Ada Echetebu, Attorney & Partner, Norris Legal Consulting
Credit insurance – Chris Murphy, Business Development Manager, Coface Australia - NZ Agency
2.00 pm to 5.30 pm followed by networking and refreshments.
Venue - KPMG, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington, 6140
Costs: $37.50 inc GST
Registrations will not be refunded if bookings are cancelled after 25th April 2015.
In association with Grow Wellington
Supported by NZTE, Export NZ and Wellington Chamber of Commerce