Upcoming Events: Mark Your Calendar.

The European American Chamber of Commerce® hosts a wide variety of events, from in depth macro economic, legal and financial panel discussions featuring industry leaders,  to smaller round table discussions on matters that directly affect individual small and medium size business. Our educational seminars, round tables, panel-discussions and conferences are designed to educate our membership and the Tri-State region business community on matters relevant to both the US & European business communities. They provide a platform to exchange ideas and network with fellow executives from the US and Europe. Below is a list of our upcoming events in New York. We hope we will be able to welcome you at our next event. To stay informed about our programs join our mailing list.

 

For upcoming events in our sister chapters visit: EACC Cincinnati Events | EACC Paris Events | EACC Lyon Events

    Tuesday 9 Jun
    12:00 PM -
    01:00 PM

    Et après ? Risques et opportunités pour les entreprises après le choc du Covid-19

    Online: Web based program,

    La vision de Nicolas Bouzou, économiste et essayiste français, directeur du cabinet d’analyses économiques Asterès. Webinar modéré par Gregory Viscusi, journaliste économique membre du European American Press Club (EAPC).
    Wednesday 10 Jun
    03:30 AM -
    04:15 AM

    Post lockdown, is Europe re-opening to foreign investment?

    Online: Web based program,

    This webinar is hosted by Arendt. An overview on future M&A activities and distressed assets investing. As Europe is emerging from a major market disruption following the lockdown, governments and companies are repositioning themselves in this new environment.
    Wednesday 10 Jun
    10:00 AM -
    11:00 AM

    The U.S. Wayfair Decision: Untangling the Web of U.S. Sales Tax and What European Businesses Need to Know

    Online: Web based program,

    In this current pandemic, more and more businesses transactions are being taken online. When selling goods or services into the United States, you may have to collect sales tax for that transaction in each state your client resides. No longer do you need to have a physical presence - or “nexus” - in the U.S. to be sales tax obligatory. It all started with the U.S. Supreme Court decision South Dakota v. Wayfair on June 21, 2018. The so called Wayfair Decision allows states to mandate that businesses with more than 200 transactions or $100,000 in-state sales, collect and remit sales taxes on transactions in the state, whether the business has a physical presence in the state or not. The new law rather allows the state to tax businesses based on the customer’s location and the amount of sales, not the location of the business.
    Thursday 11 Jun
    05:00 AM -
    06:00 AM

    Webinar: EY ITEM Club Interim Forecast

    Online: Web based program,

    Due to the rapid and unprecedented levels of change facing the UK economy, EY ITEM Club has produced an interim forecast ahead of the quarterly forecast in July.
    Thursday 11 Jun
    02:00 PM -
    03:00 PM

    Blockchain Fundamentals: From Tech to Business Application

    Online: Web based program,

    Blockchain has given companies a way to share trusted, auditable, and secure information to many participants at the same time. This one-hour webinar hosted by the Toy Association is a blockchain primer. The content will focus on blockchain’s origins, how it works, and a few case studies that show how blockchain is impacting other industries.
    Wednesday 17 Jun
    10:00 AM -
    11:00 AM

    COVID-19 Travel Disruption Impact on foreign business travelers, executives and their employers

    Online: Web based program,

    COVID-19 has left visitors, business travelers and executives stranded in their country of destination – be it in Europe or the United States - and potentially subjecting those individuals and their employers to that nation’s income tax. Likewise, employers confronted with stranded foreign employees on temporary missions must handle any consequences of over-staying a visa or a temporary work contract in compliance with immigration and employment laws. Some countries have relaxed some of these rules while others have yet to provide the necessary guidance.
    Wednesday 17 Jun
    11:30 AM -
    12:30 PM

    The Changing Landscape of U.S. Manufacturing in the Wake of the Global Pandemic

    Online: Web based program,

    This is part of a webinar series hosted by Faegre Drinker’s international team. The series will tackle timely issues of importance for companies with international business and growth objectives. Manufacturers in the United States are facing enormous challenges to their global business models caused by the need to produce critical supplies for the country, navigate complex international supply chains, and comply with state and federal orders. The pandemic has forced manufacturers to confront difficult problems, but will it cause more manufacturing to occur in the U.S.?
    Wednesday 17 Jun
    01:00 PM -
    02:00 PM

    Webinar: The Reintroduction of Net Operating Loss

    Online: Web based program,

    Recent law changes can provide portfolio company liquidity and/or require reconsideration of 2018–2020 deals. This webinar is hosted by Pepper Hamilton LLP.
    Tuesday 30 Jun
    10:00 AM -
    11:00 AM

    Update from Europe: The EU Trade Policy & Transatlantic Leadership in the Post-COVID World

    Online: Web based program,

    The European American Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the European Commission and the Consulate General of Ireland cordially invite you to be our guest for an exclusive discussion with Phil Hogan the EU Trade Commissioner who will share insights on EU Trade policy which will play a central role as the global economy recovers from COVID-19.
    Tuesday 7 Jul
    10:00 AM -
    11:00 AM

    Cyber Security Threat Management during a Global Disruption like the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Online: Web based program,

    In today’s increasingly digitized world and with the economy, and the way we work being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic cyber threats are on the rise. Now that nearly all firms are working 100% remotely, hackers have gotten creative once again. Aside from the inability to adequately monitor VPN access points and usage of equipment, the fear and distraction due to the virus and the lock-down measures, create a perfect backdoor into computer systems.