This one-day event covered workforce issues, the digital marketplace, and business culture and included presentations on other topics relevant to those organizations looking to invest in the U.S.: Enticement of the U.S. Economy and Trade Policies; Visa Application Screening – from Consul’s Perspective; Strategy of Hiring Quality People in the U.S.; IT Strategy: Digital Platform, SNS, Personal Information Protection; Logistics Management – Global Supply Chain, Distribution at Home & Abroad; and Best Practice We Can Learn from Executives of Japanese Affiliated Companies Doing Business in the U.S.
SelectUSA is a U.S. government-wide program led by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Since its inception, SelectUSA has facilitated more than $64 billion in investment, creating and/or retaining over 87,000 U.S. jobs. In fiscal year 2019 alone, SelectUSA facilitated more than $18.5 billion in investment. As chair of the Federal Interagency Investment Working Group (IIWG), SelectUSA works with more than 20 federal agencies and bureaus to increase coordination and provide guidance and information to respond to specific and broad-reaching issues that affect business investment decisions.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
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