Jobs and Economic Growth for Michigan:
How The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Will Help
European investment in Michigan supported 123,400 jobs in 2012 and in 2013, Europe purchased $6.3 billion worth of goods from Michigan.
–The Transatlantic Economy 2015 (Johns Hopkins Center for Transatlantic Relations)
On Wednesday, December 2, a program was held in Troy, MI on the topic of the TTIP, the trade agreement currently being negotiated by the U.S. and EU. The goal of the program was to educate businesses, media and the greater public about the agreement and the positive impact of enhanced transatlantic trade for Michigan and beyond.
The morning program consisted of keynote remarks from a Ford Motor Company official, and a panel of business and government experts discussing transatlantic trade and Michigan business.
|Date:||Wednesday, December 2, 2015|
|Time:||8:00-8:30am – Check-In & Networking Breakfast
8:30-11:00am – Seminar Program
2675 Bellingham Drive
Troy, MI 48083
- Michael Sheridan, Director of Global Trade Strategy and Policy, Ford Motor Company
- Greg Pflum, Vice President and General Manager, BASF
- Richard Corson, Director of the East Michigan U.S. Export Assistance Center, U.S. Department of Commerce
- Dr. Walter Maisel, President & CEO, KOSTAL North America
- Kim Tuminaro, Senior Trade Officer TTIP and TEC Coordinator, U.S. State Department
- Elena Stegemann, Director of International Business, NuStep; Chair, Industry Trade Advisory Committee for Consumer Goods, International Trade Administration
- Jennifer Danner Riccardi, Senior Advisor, Trade and Agriculture Section, EU Delegation to the U.S.
- Noel Nevshehir, Director, International Business Services, Automation Alley
- Tim Bennett, Director-General/CEO, Trans-Atlantic Business Council
- Justin Robinson, Senior Director of Business Development, Detroit Regional Chamber
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About the TABC TTIP Roadshow
TABC held a series of events focused on educating businesses, media, academia, politicians and the general public about TTIP in several U.S. cities during a 2014-2015 roadshow. The cities visited were Atlanta, GA; Indianapolis, IN: Charlotte, NC; Houston, TX; San Jose, CA; San Francisco, CA; Columbus, OH; Chicago, IL; and