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Online Event: Making it in America | How Cypriot Entrepreneurs can Succeed in the US Market – 30 June 2020
On 30 June 2020, the Cyprus American Business Association (“AmCham Cyprus”) held an online roundtable discussion on “How Cypriot Entrepreneurs Can Succeed in the US Market”. The speakers of the event were the US Ambassador to Cyprus Judith Garber, Marina Hatsopoulos, Board Chair of Levitronix Technologies, Maria Markidou Georgiadou, Managing Director of Cyprus Seeds, George Demosthenous, CEO of VODA.ai, and Andreas Panayi, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Kinisis Ventures.The discussion was moderated by Monica Polemiti, CEO of MAP Innovation.
The relevant Press Releases can be found below:
The Washington Times, one of the most influential newspapers in the US, features AmCham Cyprus as the lead article of the Cyprus Business and Investment Report for its June 2020 edition.
The Cyprus 2020 Business and Investment Report, celebrates 60 years of independence and 60 years of diplomatic relations with the US. The report aims to further promote US-Cyprus Business ties.
The Washington times is read daily at the White House, Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, federal agencies, think tanks, industry and business associations, foreign embassies and the IMF and world bank.
The complete AmCham Cyprus interview can be viewed here
On the 6 March 2020, AmCham Cyprus in cooperation with the US Embassy in Nicosia organised an event aimed at formulating an integrated strategy by all stakeholders in Cyprus to promote Cyprus to the US, strengthen current business and attract new ones in specific sectors.
On Wednesday, February 26th, AmCham Israel organized successfully in Tel Aviv, the “Israel – USA Business Summit”. In the Summit, there were about 600 participants from various countries, including representatives from the US Chamber of Commerce, representatives of various US state governments, such as Washington DC, Arizona, Delaware, etc, as well as representatives from the AmChams of Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Jordan.