Opus Consulting Group represents Maine companies at the Classe Export Tradeshow in Paris, France
Opus Consulting Group represents Maine companies at the Classe Export Tradeshow in Paris, France with the support of Preti Flaherty, Maine & Company and the Forum Francophone des Affaires.
Opus Consulting Group, Maine & Company, Preti Flaherty and the Forum Francophone des Affaires have partnered to participate at the annual meeting for international trade in Paris, France organized by Classe Export.
Opus Consulting Group, a local business management consulting firm, with the support of Maine & Company, Preti Flaherty and the Forum Francophone des Affaires is participating to the Classe Export Tradeshow in Paris, France. The Opus team will have a booth dedicated to the presentation of the services that can be offered to French companies willing to enter the American market.
Visitors of the show are French companies acting or willing to act in foreign trade. Last year, 3,230 visitors came to meet and discuss with international trade representatives from 41 countries.
WHEN & WHERE: Oct. 10, 2013 at CNIT La Défense – PARIS La Défense. FRANCE
WHY: Thanks to the support of Maine & Company, Preti Flaherty, and the Forum Francophone des Affaires, the tradeshow is a valuable opportunity for Opus Consulting Group, acting as a Maine representative, to be present at the show Classe Export in Paris on October 10, 2013 to promote the economic activities of the State of Maine and allow rapprochement between France and Maine.
Jacques Santucci, President of Opus Consulting Group has identified “the growing need of export for French companies. The United States is considered an optimal area for the international development of French companies with an infinite range of opportunities for bilateral projects. The Euler Hermes organization ranks the United States as a leading export partner of France in 2013.”
Opus team will report live from the show. Follow their feed on Twitter at: @opuscg.
Opus Consulting Group is a consulting company founded and operated by a team of energetic French multi-disciplinary business experts based in Maine for over a decade. The Group is renowned for helping companies shape their business strategies in particular business acceleration, corporate renewal services and exit strategy planning. From research and planning to implementation, Opus Conseil, a division of Opus Consulting Group also assists French companies in establishing sound business development strategies to enter and succeed in the US market and particularly in Maine. Please visit www.opuscg.com for more information. (or www.opuscg.fr in French)
Preti Flaherty, a law firm of more than 100 attorneys with offices across northern New England, will also participate in this event. Led by founding partner and Honorary Counsel of France to Maine Severin Beliveau, the firm’s International Group has helped companies from around the globe do business in Maine and throughout New England, including numerous French entities. Preti Flaherty is an effective partner for international businesses in commercial transaction, litigation and regulatory issues. Please visit www.preti.com for more information.
Maine & Company is a private non-profit corporation that provides free and confidential site selection assistance to companies considering Maine as a business location. Our services include real estate site searches, data collection and analysis, incentives identification and valuation, and site visit coordination. Please visit www.maineco.org for more information.
The Forum Francophone des Affaires was created at the initiative of thirty entrepreneurs (SMEs / SMIs) economic operators, academics. It is the 37th National Committee network representing a community of 1 700 000 people in the six states of New England.
Classe Export leads information and French international trade fairs for the last 22 years, and advises French entrepreneurs in their efforts to conquer new markets abroad. They are the organizers in France of International Trade Fairs (60 + shows organized for 20 years) to allow the representatives of public and private support to meet importing / exporting companies in their development.