« Les étapes pour une implantation pérenne aux USA »

Taille du marché, dynamisme économique, production à des couts faibles, main d’œuvre qualifiées… les Etats-Unis représentent un marché plus qu’attractif pour de nombreuses entreprises.

Quelles sont les étapes clés, quelles sont les choses à éviter, sur quoi vous baser pour choisir votre lieu d’implantation et ensuite réussir votre implémentation ?

Du démarrage en France jusqu’à l’implantation aux Etats-Unis, des experts et des entreprises témoignent sur les enjeux et partagent leurs conseils pratiques sur des spécificités à connaître avant de s’y implanter pour s’assurer une expansion pérenne.


|PROGRAMME|

8:30 – Petit-déjeuner

9:00-10:00 – Panel (en Français & Anglais)

10:00-10:15 Questions / réponses


Invitation personnelle, Inscription obligatoire. Pour plus d’information, contactez Catherine Zdziechowski 

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|LOCATION|

Cercle de l’Union Interalliée*
33 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris

*Les messieurs sont invités à porter la veste et la cravate, merci par avance de leur aimable compréhension.

 


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Date

Nov 15 2022
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Time

09:00 - 10:15

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Nov 15 2022
  • Time: 03:00 - 04:15

Speakers

  • Alina Harastasanu
    Alina Harastasanu
    Sr. Manager, European Business Development, JobsOhio

    Alina Harastasanu leads the European business development efforts at JobsOhio across all the nine targeted industries ranging from food and agri business to advanced manufacturing. She engages daily with European companies in different stages of their internationalization plans towards the U.S.

    Prior to coming to the U.S., Alina worked in Italy as a consultant on projects funded by the European Commission. Her experience spans across the whole EU space and multiple industries. Before joining JobsOhio she worked for an Ohio based tier 2 automotive supplier. Her position involved hedging risk deriving from trade agreements, tariffs, political elections, Brexit, the Belt and Road initiative etc.

    Originally from Romania, Alina graduated from the University of Bucharest with a bachelor’s degree in political sciences. She holds a master’s degree in geopolitics and international security from University of Rome “La Sapienza” and an MBA from The Ohio State University with an International Business major.

    Alina has been living in Columbus, OH since 2013 and is proud to call it “HOME”.

  • Laurent Sansoucy
    Laurent Sansoucy
    Director OCO Global

    Laurent Sancoucy est directeur chez OCO Global, une société de conseil spécialisée dans le commerce, l’investissement et le développement économique, et dirige ses opérations à Paris.
    Avant de rejoindre OCO, Laurent a occupé divers postes dans les domaines de l’investissement étranger, de la stratégie internationale et des ventes et du marketing, tant dans le conseil (Arthur Andersen) que dans la gestion des API (agences de promotion des investissements) et des ODE (organisations de développement économique).

  • Robert J. Donovan Jr.
    Robert J. Donovan Jr.
    First Secretary for Commercial Affairs at the American Embassy in Paris

    Robert J. (RJ) Donovan Jr. arrived at post in August 2019.
    He began his federal government career as a policy analyst on Vice President Gore’s “Reinventing Government” task force. In that capacity, he developed and delivered recommendations to the Vice President on how to better coordinate and deploy U.S. trade promotion and finance programs.

    After transferring to the International Trade Administration (ITA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce, he played a key role in the early development of the “National Export Strategy.” As Deputy Director of the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC) RJ developed, coordinated, and implemented the administration’s crosscutting export promotion plans.

    His career at ITA has included assignments as Director for Policy Coordination in the Office of the Under Secretary, Director of the Office of Financial Services Industries – where he led the U.S. delegation to the OECD’s Insurance and Private Pensions Committee and the JCCT Insurance Dialogue negotiations with China. His Commercial Service postings have included the Silicon Valley U.S. Export Assistance Center, Principal Commercial Officer in Frankfurt, Senior Commercial Officer (SCO) in Poland, Deputy SCO in South Africa, and the first Senior Commercial Officer assigned to the United Republic of Tanzania.

    He holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, an M.A. in International Relations from the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, and a Certificate in International Business Management from Georgetown University. His languages include Polish, German and French. He was awarded ITA’s Charles R. Meissner Award for excellence and selfless commitment to duty.

  • Sophie Tricaud
    Sophie Tricaud
    Vice President Corporate Affairs & Sustainability, Member of the Board, Forsee Power

    Sophie Tricaud est en charge des affaires générales et du développement durable ainsi que des projets d’expansion internationale chez Forsee Power, spécialiste des systèmes de batteries intelligentes pour une électromobilité durable (scooter, bus, train, yacht).
    Auparavant elle a travaillé pour des entreprises industrielles internationales, notamment Alcan (aujourd’hui Rio Tinto Alcan), Sperian Protection (aujourd’hui Honeywell Safety Products), Baker Hughes (société américaine de services pétroliers) et Lafarge SA.