The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement—which took effect July 1—covers a wide range of industries such as manufacturing, biomedical, intellectual property, and more.
The agreement provides a more predictable environment for small businesses—including intellectual property protections, new standards for the digital economy, and reductions in red tape—but barriers to accessing international markets remain.
Take this opportunity in this free, one-hour webinar at 1 pm August 11 to hear from the following panel of experts:
- Dr. Jorge Islas Lopez, Consul General of Mexico in New York
- Ken Monahan, Senior Director of International Economic Affairs for the National Association of Manufacturers
- Khawar Nasim, Deputy Consul General of Canada in New York
- Anthony Sargis, Senior International Trade Specialist with the U.S. Department of Commerce
Moderated by CBIA president and CEO Chris DiPentima, The panel will tackle all requirements of the agreement, including compliance and labor costs, to the impact and consequences for Connecticut businesses.
Registration is free, but space is limited. Don’t miss this opportunity to get your questions answered.
Questions? Email CBIA's Molly Hammack.