EU-US TRADE: HOW HAS IT FARED IN THE FIRST 100 DAYS?

The Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce and
The European American Chambers of Commerce in the US

cordially invites you to attend
Apr 26, 2017 8:00-9:30AM
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC),
300 Madison Avenue, New York City

RACC and European-American Chambers of Commerce Inc., would like to invite you to an exclusive breakfast briefing with the EU Ambassador O’Sullivan on the topic:

EU-US TRADE: HOW HAS IT FARED IN THE FIRST 100 DAYS?

Ambassador O'Sullivan will share his insights on the status of the economic and trade relations between the European Union and the United States since the start of the Trump Administration.

BIO:
David O'Sullivan has been the EU's Ambassador to the United States since November 2014. As Ambassador, he represents the institutions of the European Union to the United States government, and coordinates with EU member nation ambassadors on matters of EU policy. Before his posting in Washington DC, he oversaw the establishment of the European Union's first diplomatic service led by the EU's High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy (currently Federica Mogherini) and comprising a network of some 140 Delegations. From 2005-2010, he was Commission Director General for Trade, leading the department that supports the EU Trade Commissioner in negotiating bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. He has served in several top positions at the EU Commission, including as Secretary General (2000-2005) supporting the President and ensuring policy coherence. In his various roles, he has worked closely with five Commission Presidents (Jean Claude Juncker, Jose Manuel Barroso, Romano Prodi, Jacques Santer, and Jacques Delors) during his career as a senior EU official. Born in Dublin, Ireland, he began his diplomatic life in the Irish Foreign Service. He joined the European Commission in 1979, six years after Ireland joined the European Economic Community (EEC), and spent four years in the Commission's Delegation in Tokyo in the 1980s. He has a background in economics, graduating from Trinity College, Dublin and completed post graduate studies at the College of Europe, Bruges. Ambassador O’Sullivan is married with two children

We look forward to seeing you there.

ADMISSION:
Members: free (applies to members of any of the European-American chambers including the RACC)
Non-members/ guests: $20

Space is limited, RSVP is required.

REGISTRATION: raccnyc@gmail.com

Contact for clarifications, questions or support
Eliax Wexler: raccnyc@gmail.com | T: 718-401-4006 | C: 914-536-0000

REFOUND POLICY:
Unfortunately, cancellations cannot be refunded for this event. Thank you for your understanding.

Annual EACC / RACC Spring Networking Event at the New York

The Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce and
The European American Chambers of Commerce in the US

cordially invites you to attend
May 18, 2017 6:00-9:00PM
Loeb Central Park Boat House,
East 72nd Street & Park Drive North, New York

We have waited long enough - spring needs to come back soon and with that our famous annual EACC/RACC Spring Networking Event

Please join us for an evening with excellent networking opportunities among the 400 international business professionals in a unique and traditional New York City venue - the Central Park Boathouse. Enjoy good wine, beer, a delicious buffet and a wonderful atmosphere.

We look forward to seeing you there.

ADMISSION:
Members: $80 (applies to members of any of the European-American chambers including the RACC)
Non-members/ guests: $120

Space is limited, RSVP is required.

REGISTRATION: raccnyc@gmail.com

Contact for clarifications, questions or support
Eliax Wexler: raccnyc@gmail.com | T: 718-401-4006 | C: 914-536-0000

REFOUND POLICY:
Unfortunately, cancellations cannot be refunded for this event. Thank you for your understanding.

This event is hosted by the European-American Chamber of Commerce in the United States, Inc. including the European bi-national chambers of Austria, Belgium, Britain, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.