This humble symposium will set the stage and platform for improved communications, understanding, trade and job creation for the local community
Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
The third session of the Alabama China Partnership’s symposium will once again be held in historic Monroeville, Alabama. This conference was initiated by the Alabama state government and organized by Alabama China Partnership with help from China’s 21st Century Media.
Something magical happened in a rural Alabama community in March of this year.
The small town of Monroeville printed its newspaper in Chinese and erected billboards with words of welcome. Dynamic groups of business leaders, academics and government officials came together to welcome Chinese businesses to Alabama.
Because of its resounding success, the March Symposium is considered a milestone in the history of U.S.-China business relations. Accolades and global television coverage aside, the heart of the March Symposium was a no-holds-barred dialogue on Chinese enterprise in America. There were over 30 speakers, ample networking opportunities, entertainment, and of course, a lot of Southern hospitality.
This September, the Alabama China Partnership Fall Symposium will be bigger and better.
The two-day symposium on September 26th and 27th will host top speakers tackling the latest global issues, including U.S. expansion for Chinese companies, foreign direct investment, corporate best practices, and lessons learned in the process. We’ll also meet with many communities in the Southeast.
Ann Marie Boyd, Director of External Affairs will represent Yeager & Boyd, LLC, at the symposium. Also anticipated at the Symposium will be Alabama’s governor, Robert Bentley, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions , U.S. Rep Jo Bonner and other prominent public figures to discuss how U.S. and international enterprises can do business successfully in the U.S. as well as in Alabama. Alabama China Partnership President Raymond Cheng said, “This humble symposium will set the stage and platform for improved communications, understanding, trade and job creation for the local community.”
Yeager & Boyd, LLC has helped local businesses and area residents prosper in an increasingly complex, competitive and ever-changing financial environment. Yeager & Boyd, LLC will offer exceptional accounting, auditing and tax services to the Chinese as they look to become a part of Alabama’s local business community. The Chinese business community remains interested in Yeager & Boyd’s expertise in tax planning strategies, compliance procedures and due diligence.
Yeager & Boyd, LLC is located at 5501 Hwy 280 in Birmingham, Alabama. Free consultations to review personal or professional financial goals are available. Appointments can be made by calling (205-991-5506) or through http://www.yeagerboyd.com.