German American Chambers of Commerce first Economic Outlook Event on the West Coast

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German-American business relations are stronger than ever with highly attractive investment conditions in the U.S.   – Join the German American Chamber of Commerce West (GACC) for the first economic outlook event on the West Coast on January 16th, 2014 at the Silicon Valley Bank in Santa Clara.

For the fifth consecutive year, the German American Chambers of Commerce (GACCs) in cooperation with the Representative of German Industry and Trade (RGIT) and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants have surveyed over 1,900 German subsidiaries in the United States to assess their economic outlook. The results of the survey are presented at the New York Stock Exchange and receive broad media coverage since they are an important indicator for German American business relations.

This year the GACC office in San Francisco will publish the results also on the West Coast to discuss the opportunities of German-American business growth.  The presentation will include a closer look at the transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) which is currently negotiated between the EU and the U.S.

Join the German American business community for an interesting discussion about the economic outlook of 2014, German-American business growth and the opportunities of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

The business breakfast will take place on January 16th at the Silicon Valley Bank in Santa Clara, and feature presentations by Dr. Thomas Zielke a Representative of German Industry, and a panel discussion with representatives of German and American corporations in the Bay Area.

GACC Economic Outlook EVENT

WHEN:    January 16, 2014 –  from 7.30 – 10.30 am

WHERE:  Silicon Valley Bank , 3005 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara

Admission: $15 non-members, free for members

For this year’s event information click here. To take a look at last year’s event in New York  here .

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Source: GACC 
Photo: Jörg Windau Photography , GACC

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