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Business Seminar: US Government Incentive Programs for German Companies

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06/22/11 | 06:00 PM
| 08:00 PM
Manhattan, NY




The German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
together with its member WTP Advisors invite you to an evening seminar on

US Government Incentive Programs for German Companies


Federal, state, and local incentives can save businesses millions of dollars, yet the majority of these incentives go unclaimed.


Equal treatment for U.S. subsidiaries of foreign companies and domestically owned companies is one of the defining principles of U.S. Economic Policy.  When it comes to U.S. Government Incentive Programs, foreign-owned companies are not yet taking full advantage of numerous incentive programs available at the federal, state, and local level. Millions of incentive dollars go unclaimed each year. These programs are designed to encourage and facilitate investments in new and existing projects.

Come and gain insight to the following questions:

• What kind of incentives are available?
• Which incentive programs can my company apply for?
• How can my company maximize the incentives to which they are entitled?


This seminar is meant for audiences from all sectors, including manufacturing, high-tech, financial services and renewable energy. Our speakers Paul Lo and Jeff Malo, Directors with WTP Advisors, will shed some light on the vast topic of US Government Incentive Programs with a focus on the needs of German companies. Paul Lo, with over 20 years of consulting experience in business incentive negotiations, is the practice leader in the WTP Global Business Incentives Group. Jeff Malo has extensive experience with federal R&D tax credit and tax-related state incentives and has worked for the Tax Division of the US Department of Justice.


Please find the presentation of Paul Lo and Jeff Malo here:

U.S. Business Incentives





Join us at

Merrill Lynch
1251 Avenue of the Americas
24th Floor
New York, New York 10020
(entrance on 50th Street)

Wednesday June 22, 2011





Supported by: Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology on the basis of decision by the German Bundestag