October 15, 2019
Vancouver, B.C. – Canadian companies are finding access to the American marketplace increasingly complex and difficult to navigate. That is why an event scheduled next month in Surrey is essential for decision-makers, start-up businesses and companies looking to expand south of the border.
Canada and the US have long enjoyed the mutual benefits of the world’s largest trading relationship. However, in recent years, the process has grown increasingly frustrating as the rules and enforcement of those rules have undergone changes that at times are anything but clear.
“Knowing how to navigate the ever-changing economic landscape is more important than ever,” said Greg Timm of Pacific Customs Brokers. “A maze of rules, regulations amidst shifting goalposts can be daunting – but this special event will give business leaders insight that can help them chart economic success.”
The Doing Business in the USA Seminar will take place Thursday, November 7th and feature a carefully selected group of expert speakers, including immigration lawyers, cross-border lawyers, tax specialists, customs brokers and logistics professionals who can speak to any number of cross-border issues and challenges.
Event: Doing Business in the U.S.A. Seminar
Dates: November 7, 2019
Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Place: Sheraton Guildford Hotel, 15269 104 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 1N5
Tickets: $149 USD per attendee
Tickets are available online now: pcb.ca/dbusa