BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT: How they relate. Veit V. Dengler General Manager, Central and Eastern Europe Dell Consumer. Our agenda. Introduction: Who’s talking ? Business – government framework Promote Regulate Control Case study: Dell and U.S. Government. Introduction: VEIT DENGLER.
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BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT: How they relate
Veit V. Dengler
General Manager, Central and Eastern Europe
To promote the export of goods & services from the United States, particularly by small- and medium-sized businesses
To represent U.S. business interests internationally
To help U.S. businesses find qualified international partners
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Allows overseas companies to view brochures online
Lists over 20,000 companies from 90 different countries
Enables to run search agents to inform you of new buyers
Establishes direct contact with international companies
An online e-marketplace for buyers, sellers & distributors of U.S. products
Country Commercial Guides (CCGs) - Prepared annually by US Embassy Staff, CCGs contain information on the business and economic situation of foreign countries and the political climate as it affects U.S. business and foreign investments.
Industry Sector Analyses (ISAs) - In-depth analysis of specific industry sectors and sub-sectors within a given market.
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Trade specialists in the U.S. work directly with teams of experts overseas in getting you all the information and advice that exporting businesses need. U.S. Embassies worldwide an important player.
US DC helps :
Pre-screened appointment schedule arranged before travel overseas
Customized market and industry briefings with local trade specialists
Timely and relevant market research
Post-meeting debriefing with USDC trade specialists and assistance in developing appropriate follow-up strategies
Help with travel, accommodations, interpreter service, and clerical support
1. US exporter provide materials and background on any company
2. USDC work with due diligence subcontractor to create a report.
Time and money saving through due diligence.
High-quality product about foreign partners.
All this information in 15-30 days.
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