Jobs Ohio and Jiangsu Dept. of Commerce Investment


JOBSOHIO AND JIANGSU DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE INVESTMENT DIALOGUE
江苏省 — 俄亥俄州双向投资合作交流会

12.3 | THURSDAY 星期四 | 20:00-21:30 俄亥俄
12.4 | FRIDAY 星期五 | 09:00-10:30AM 南京

LOCATION / 地点

Jiangsu Delegates: Jiangsu Department of Commerce, Meeting Room 802 / 江苏参会者:省贸促会802会议室
Ohio Delegates: Zoom Webinar / 美方参会者:Zoom线上参会
Webinar ID / 会议登录码:  977 6688 9909
Passcode / 密码: 888888

DELEGATES / 参会人员

Jiangsu delegates from Jiangsu Department of Commerce, CCPIT Jiangsu and representatives of companies
江苏方 商务厅领导及有关处室负责人 贸促会领导及有关部门负责人企业代表

Ohio delegates from JobsOhio and representatives of companies
俄州方 经济发展署及中国代表处负责人 企业代表

ABOUT THE EVENT / 会议简介

为推动江苏省与俄亥俄州经贸交流合作,省商务厅会同省贸促会、俄亥俄州经济发 展署,以线上线下结合方式,共同举办江苏—俄亥俄双向投资合作交流会,聚焦省 州投资政策与营商环境,搭建多方沟通交流平台,促进中美企业间投资合作。

To promote economic & investment exchanges and cooperation between Jiangsu Province and the State of Ohio, the Jiangsu Department of Commerce and JobsOhio, together with the Provincial Council for the Promotion of International Trade will jointly organize a two-way investment dialogue between Jiangsu and Ohio. The event focuses on province to state investment facilitation and promotion on business environment with an aim to build a multi-party communication and exchange platform to encourage investment cooperation between Chinese and American companies.

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M3C Smart China Expo – August 23 – 25

We continue to exhibit (online) at the Smart China Expo, where some 500,000 people come to explore what smart technologies can do to improve people’s livelihood. Join us to showcase our latest and the greatest innovations.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0, is the ongoing transformation of traditional manufacturing and industrial practises combined with the latest smart technology. This primarily focuses on the use of large-scale machine to machine communication (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments to provide increased automation, improved communication and self-monitoring, as well as smart machines that can analyze and diagnose issues without the need for human intervention.

Reports have shown that in the US alone:

  • Revenue in the Smart Home market is projected to reach US$24,972m in 2020.
  • Revenue is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2020-2024) of 16.9%, resulting in a projected market volume of US$46,648m by 2024.
  • Household penetration will be 18.5% in 2020 and is expected to hit 52.4% by 2024.
  • The average revenue per installed Smart Home currently is expected to amount to US$90.56.
Asia, particularly China, remains a robust market and engine for sustainable & smart technologies. Each year in Chongqing, Smart China Expo draws over 500,000 visitors where businesses from all over the world come to showcase their products and services in this sector.
Chongqing Mayor Tang Liangzhi (2nd from right) met with Cincinnati delegation at the Smart China Expo in 2019.

Chongqing Mayor Tang Liangzhi (2nd from right) met with Cincinnati delegation at the Smart China Expo in 2019.

NKY International Festival

You are cordially invited to attend the Opening Ceremonies celebration at the inaugural NKY International Festival. Join us to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the international communities that call Northern Kentucky home.

WHEN

Saturday, March 14 at 10:00 a.m.

Please arrive by 9:45 a.m. Opening Ceremonies will conclude at 10:30 a.m. with a Parade of Nations led by Boone County Schools students.

WHERE

Northern Kentucky Convention Center, 1 W Rivercenter Blvd, Covington, KY 41011

RSVP

Debby Shipp at dshipp@nkychamber.com
RSVP should include your name, title, organization you represent and contact information. For more information about the festival, send questions to Debby Shipp or call (859) 835-6003.

The Economic Impacts of the US- China Phase One Trade Deal

A panel discussion and luncheon hosted by:
Midwest USA Chinese Chamber of Commerce / Cincinnati Economics Organization

When: Wednesday, March 11th, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM

Where:Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Learning Center, 3 East 4th Street, Cincinnati, OH

Cost: $20 per person, includes buffet lunch from Blue Gibbon Chinese Restaurant

Registration: https://phaseonetradedeal.eventbrite.com

Introductory Speaker:Tyler Shields, U.S. Department of Commerce

Tyler Shields is the Director of the China and Mongolia office in the International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. In this capacity, he helps

Panelists:

Kevin Kahn. Kevin is a local entrepreneur and business owner and in the international business world for over 25 years. His company, K2 Industrial Controls International supports manufacturing jobs in the USA by exporting Made in USA industrial valves, pumps and fitting products, primarily into China.

Marvin H. Cunningham III. Since 2004, Mr. Cunningham has served as a member of the Long-Stanton Manufacturing Executive Team. Through various positions at Long-Stanton Asia, Mr. Cunningham has developed extensive knowledge and experience in all facets of Chinese business management and operation within the manufacturing industry.

Steve Albert. Steve Albert is East West Path’s Managing Director. In 2016, he found the company to provide Chinese clients an alternative to the EB-5 investor visa. He was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

Chanhee Han. Chanhee is an international trade attorney at Frost Brown Todd LLC. As a core member of the firm’s International Services Group, Chanhee has extensive experience helping companies with mitigating the impact of recently imposed tariff increases through tariff classification, tariff engineering, first sale, and other methods.

We are grateful to UC’s Kautz-Uible Economics Institute for their sponsorship of this event.

Small Business Compliance Workshop

Friday, October 25, 2019  •  2:00 – 5:00PM
HCDC  (Hamilton County Dev. Center)
1776 Mentor Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212  

Join representatives from Hamilton County for active group discussions of business regulations and compliance issues as well as value-added business resources and opportunities.

County Officials will discuss topics relating to mandatory business permits and compliance, business development opportunities, and available resources for small businesses. Learn about economic development opportunities through HCDC, Inc.- Hamilton County’s Economic Development Office.

Presenters include county officials concerned with economic development and small business compliance issues in public health (for example restaurant sanitation inspections etc.), public safety (i.e. police officers dealing with human trafficking), occupational health, first-responders (fire dept. emergency, etc.), visitors and tourism, etc. On site interpretation will be provided to ensure full understanding of the content being presented.

  1. Brief introduction of the department missions and functions.
  2. Top three most commonly seen issues with compliance.
  3. Resources to help minority owned small businesses to stay compliant.