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World Trade Week NYC

World Trade Week NYC

The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, recently appointed by the US Department of Commerce as a partner in World Trade Week, will be representing trade on behalf of the US government at an event the Orthodox Jewish Chamber will be hosting in NYC as part of World Trade Week. A celebration of both domestic and transnational economic partnerships, the event attracts countries from across the globe, including Israel, Turkey, Thailand, South Korea, Germany, Morocco, Azerbaijan, Canada, and more. Foreign dignitaries, including Consuls General and trade ministers, will be among the evening’s high-profile guests. 

The May 18th event will be hosted this year in Manhattan’s magnificent Surrogate’s Courthouse, a designated landmark. The program for the evening includes award ceremonies and a panel of leading US government personnel and organizations, including Carmela Mammas, Director at U.S. Commercial Service, Hilary Sadler, former VP of Global Business Development at Export-Import Bank of the United States, and Dilip Chauhan, Deputy Commissioner for Trade Investment and Innovation at NYC’s Department of International Affairs. A reception (kosher food will be available) will close out the event. 

“We’re excited to be able to invite people and businesses to one of New York City’s great landmarks to network on the highest levels,” says Duvi Honig, founder and CEO of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce. “This event will stimulate New York and New Jersey trade, but it is also so much bigger than that. This is about international trade. We are providing access to resources on a global scale.”

The Orthodox Jewish Chamber is hosting the event in conjunction with its partners, the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, the New York Mayor’s Office for International Trade, and – a special partner this year – the Korean Chamber of Commerce, which will formally cement partnership agreements with the Orthodox Jewish and Greater New York Chambers as part of the event’s ceremonies.

(About world Trade Week)

World Trade Week NYC is part of an annual nationwide celebration of international trade observed by business and trade-related organizations across the United States during May.It has an active network of more than 70 organizations in the New York metro region and features both a full agenda of educational seminars and global business networking events.

World Trade Week NYC is part of an annual nationwide celebration of international trade observed by business and trade-related organizations across the United States during May. The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, a World Trade week Partner will be hosting in conjunction with the Greater New York Chamber, The Korean American Chamber of Commerce and NYC Mayors office for International Trade its Annual NYC -NJ trade promotional event, set to coincide with World Trade Week, which will take place in May 18th 5:00PM- 7:30PM at NYCs Landmark Building Surrogates Court New York County in NYC offering Exhibit Tables and high End networking together with Government Officials, Consul generals and Trade ministers.

World Trade Week NYC has an active network of more than 70 organizations in the New York metro region and features both a full agenda of educational seminars and global business networking events. The event will Host a High Level Panel (TBA) Q&A Session and feature of prominent trade organizations in the region to help influence trade and strengthen our economic development.”

2022s event featured panelist included heads of government and the attendance of Anat Katz Israel’s economic Minister; Dilipkumar Chauhan, Deputy Commissioner for the NYC Mayor’s Office for International Affairs; The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments, and Aviation, represented by its minister and consul general; Brian Teuber, International Trade Manager, Global NY Empire State Development; and Beth Rooney, Port Director, The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.

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