Join several hundred business owners and leaders, government officials, entrepreneurs, and experts in the field of technology, convenience, and sustainability to help you grow your business and expand to other markets. Participants are coming from throughout the United States, Canada, Philippines, Mexico, and possibly other countries.
The conference will focus on international trade and investments, global communications and financial technology, the built environment, global and mass communication, international trade resources, and business development, along with numerous opportunities for socializing and networking. Seattle, a global technology center, and home of iconic companies such as Boeing, Amazon, Microsoft, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Costco, Zillow, Redfin, PACCAR, and hundreds of other firms lead change in the international business landscape. It is also endowed with an abundance of natural beauty, boasting one of America’s fastest-growing skylines, floating the largest water ferry system in North America, and serves as a starting point for the nationally popular Alaska cruise ships.
Experience the nexus of all these dynamic elements at the Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce’s 2022 Bi-Annual International Trade and Business Development Conference.
Protecting your Company in the International Business and Trade Arena
Harris Bricken attorneys, Robert Kossick and Dan Harris will also be speaking at this event. This panel discussion will mainly focus on compliance and enforcement risks and strategies. Issues addressed will include creating a robust transactional framework for trade, demonstrating reasonable care to US Customs, managing duty exposure, satisfying Partner Government Agency (PGA) requirements, navigating the export control/economic sanction landscape, and protecting intellectual property rights when operating internationally, and the contracts and registrations you need to protect your IP assets.
Robert and Dan will elaborate on trade compliance/enforcement issues surrounding foreign entities importing and selling goods in the US and US entities exporting and selling goods internationally.