The long running, award winning EXPORTNY program is going 'virtual' in October 2020. The CNYIBA, Syracuse University and the TDO are collaborating to adapt EXPORTYNY to the Covid-19 situation. This program teaches the essential skills and strategies to export successfully.
We have also worked with Workforce Development Institute (WDI) to provide an Educational Grant up to $2,500 for each company that participates, providing an application form is submitted to WDI by September 11. Hurry to register.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.
Get ready for the USMCA.
Go to the International Trade Administrations USMCA webpages on the USMA comnig into force on July 1st 2020.
THE OLD NAFTA AGREEMENT IS NOW CALLED…..
USA: USMCA = United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement
Canada CUSMA = Canada–United States–Mexico Agreement in English
Canada: ACEUM = Accord Canada–États-Unis–Mexique in French
Mexico T-MEC = Tratado entre México, Estados Unidos y Canadá
Sentient Blue® joined the CNYIBA.
Sentient Blue® is an aerospace engineering company founded in Parma, Italy in 2017. The company is also incorporated in the US and headquartered in Syracuse, New York. Sentient Blue is focused on development and manufacture of more efficient, cleaner powertrains for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) employing our proprietary hybrid and stand-alone microturbine system designs. Learn more HERE
Connection to the CNYIBA helped Hollowick Inc, access a $25,000 grant to support them meet overseas compliance regulations and boost European sales.
Just one example of how CNYIBA members, Hollowick Inc. have used the many CNYIBA services available to help them export.
If your company exports, make sure you connect with the CNYIBA to learn about grants, tax benefits, identifying the right markets, finding buyers, making sure you get paid, export regulations assistance and all aspects of exporting.
E-Mail : email@example.com or call (315) 470 -1800. Join the CNYIBA Membership - Click here.
USMCA Factsheet - available at the US Trade Representative : CLICK HERE
Information about China's 301 related retaliations, including links to official notifications and a table that compiles all the impacted products, is available to the public on the Foreign Retaliations website.
Information about foreign retaliations in response to the U.S. 232 steel and aluminum tariffs is available to the public online at https://www.trade.gov/mas/ian/tradedisputes-enforcement/retaliations/tg_ian_002094.asp. The site has information about when the retaliatory tariffs have gone into effect, links to the official notifications and product lists by the various foreign governments, and a retaliation product coverage matrix, which companies can use to see if their products at the HS6 level are being impacted by any of the retaliatory measures.
For questions, contact Rebecca Gudicello, Office of Trade Negotiations and Analysis (OTNA), Industry & Analysis, Rebecca.Gudicello@trade.gov, 202-482-5825.
Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Gil Kaplan held a round table meeting with 20 CNYIBA members and regional US Commercial Services staff on October 3, 2018.
The meeting was held at the Air Innovations Office in North Syracuse.
Under Secretary Gill Kaplan (3rd from left)