Romanian-American Chamber in Florida Hosts Romanian Business Delegation
The Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce (RACC™) in Miami, Miami-Dade County Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT), Downtown Development Authority, City of Doral and City of Coral Gables organize a 2-day conference in South Florida for a delegation of 35 businesses from Romania
MIAMI, March 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – On March 20-21, 2019, Ms. Anda Malescu, President of the Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce in Florida and Managing Partner at Malescu Law, in collaboration with local partners, OEDIT, Downtown Development Authority, City of Doral and City of Coral Gables, led a Romanian business delegation to Miami, to explore commercial and investment opportunities in South Florida and learn about local economic programs. With more than 40 business executives from over 35 companies from Romania participating, this group demonstrates the Romanian business community’s interest in increasing trade with the United States.
“It is for the second time in the last 6 months that the Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce is organizing an event in Miami for Romanian business leaders interested in exploring trade and investment opportunities in the region. As a Chamber we are delighted and appreciative of the support we receive locally from our partners and our larger family of chapters at the Romanian -American Chamber of Commerce. The feedback we received from the Romanian companies has been positive, and while we worked with Smart Start USA for the last two events, we as a Chamber are committed to expand our work and encourage all Romanian businesses to reach out to the Chamber in Florida for business development support” said Anda Malescu, President of the Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce in Florida.
The event in March attracted Romanian companies from the IT, logistics, real estate, manufacturing, finance and textile and food industries. In addition, local U.S. company representatives seeking to explore business opportunities with Romania were also present. The agenda included site visits to Port of Miami and discussions with Miami-Dade County Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Downtown Development Authority, City of Coral Gables, University of Miami, City of Doral and Millenia Atlantic University.
The Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce in Florida is a bilateral trade association dedicated to promoting trade and investment between Romania and the United States. Ms. Anda Malescu serves as President and Chair of the Board. She is an alumnus of Eckerd College and University of Miami School of Law. Anda is a Florida licensed attorney and Managing Partner at Malescu Law, a Miami firm that specializes in business law and litigation (https://malesculaw.com/).
The Chamber in Florida conducts conferences, seminars, and special events concerning business and legal issues. It offers direct advice in connection with business concerns relative to U.S. companies doing business in Romania or Romanian companies doing business in the U.S.
For information, contact RACC Florida by calling 786-410-6841, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting http://www.racc.ro/chapters.html. To learn more about the author please visit https://malesculaw.com/.