Location USA 2019: A Letter from Ian Steff, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing, U.S. Department of Commerce
Now, more than ever, is the time to invest and do business in the USA, which has entered an era of unprecedented economic revival.
Location USA 2019
The SelectUSA team at the International Trade Administration of the Department of Commerce provides data, business intelligence, and assistance navigating the U.S. regulatory system to firms looking to invest in this market. The ultimate expression of these services is the annual SelectUSA Investment Summit, the highest-profile foreign direct investment event in the United States.
By attending the Investment Summit, companies from around the world discover new investment opportunities and meet directly with the people on the ground who drive projects. Participants also have the chance to improve their understanding of the U.S. business climate through discussions with policymakers and business leaders, while also learning of beneficial resources and tools.
It is an exciting time to invest and expand in the United States, and the SelectUSA team is ready to work with you.
To learn more about our Investment Summit and services, go to selectusa.gov, follow us on Twitter @SelectUSA, connect with our Investment Services team in Washington, D.C., or our colleagues in the Foreign Commercial Service located at posts and embassies across the globe.
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing,
International Trade Administration
U.S. Department of Commerce
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