EACCNY Pulse: Transatlantic Business Insights [Podcast]
Hosted by the European American Chamber of Commerce® (EACC) in New York, which is a unique platform where Europeans & Americans connect to do business.
In these podcasts, the EACCNY brings you relevant insights from our dynamic network of business executives representing various key industries from both sides of the Atlantic. This transatlantic setting provides you with valuable information and resources affecting business activities between Europe and the United States.
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The EU’s Quarterly Economic Update & Post-Pandemic Recovery, Summer 2021
This episode features Kristian (Kris) Orsini [left], Counsellor for Economic and Financial Affairs at the Delegation of the European Union to the United States, in conversation with Yvonne Bendinger-Rothschild [right], Executive Director of the EACCNY. Their discussion centers around the European Union’s Summer 2021 Economic Forecast. Enjoy!
Towards a Renewed Transatlantic Partnership: Special Briefing by the European Union Ambassador to the US
In this episode of “EACCNY Pulse: Transatlantic Business Insights,” hear Stavros Lambrinidis [left], Ambassador of the European Union to the United States, and Rob Cox [right], Global Editor of Breakingviews at Reuters, discuss the main outcomes of the EU-US Summit and the key priorities of a renewed transatlantic partnership including trade, technology, and human rights.
More 'EACCNY Pulse' Episodes:
EACCNY Brexit Musings
For this initiative, the EACCNY asked members from across various industries to ‘muse’ about how real-life business issues would be affected by the then imminent exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
A look into the Crystal Ball on the Future of Finance
In this initiative, the EACCNY reached out to high-level European and American c-suite executives from major Financial Institutions and asked them what innovation they are seeing in their sectors/industries in the near term [post-Covid19], and longer-term – including areas that may need to be completely rethought.