Trip to Israel could improve local business

September 30, 2013 by  

Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) recently announced that it is going to Israel for five days from December 6-11 to develop a better business relationship and discuss mutual points of interest while marketing Shelton establishments.

Local professionals in economics will attend, and Commissioner Catherine Smith encourages businesses around the area to sign up. Companies interested in being a part of the collaboration in Israel had a chance to attend the DECD’s meeting on Tuesday, September 10, held at the Hartford law offices of Pullman & Cormley located at 90 State House Square.

To make this possible, the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford and the MetroHartford Alliance have teamed up with the DECD and the U.S. Department of Commerce. They will be working with the Israel Economic Mission to North America.

Industrialists, business owners, heads of education, and representatives of the government will meet in carefully planned sessions to make the trip a success. The most important issues are how Connecticut and Israeli businesses can be more efficient both economically and with manufacturing. In addition, the meeting will be a time to brainstorm how each company can update in biotechnology, green energy, and aerospace.

Large business meetings like this often use nametags in the hope of creating a friendly atmosphere and breaking the ice at an early stage. Professional looking nametags speaks volumes when it comes to international business relationships, and a professional approach can only help representatives to make a solid impression during the meeting.