Washington, DC (PressExposure) October 22, 2009 -- Peter H. Dehnen, transatlantic business specialist and international tax attorney of Dehnen Lawyers, announces the launch of the GermanAmericanBusinessForum in Washington, D.C. (GABF). The GABF is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. whose mission is to strengthen the transatlantic business bridge between Germany and the United States. The GABF improves the ability of its membership to engage in quality business partnerships by providing relationship building through peer-to-peer interactions. The GABF is beginning a series of monthly meetings in October 2009 to discuss topics of interest to German and American businesses. The first topic is: Germany In Change? - U.S. In Change? Outlook 2010: Where are the Transatlantic Business Potentials? To learn more about the GABF please visit the website at [http://www.germanamericanbusinessforum.com].
Doing business successfully in the U.S. requires doing business "the American way"; expanding your global network and knowledge base by meeting the right people and discussing topics important to your business will allow you to fully leverage your potential. Communication and collaboration are key to the success and growth of your business.
Your business also requires timely information about U.S. markets and political developments. Washington, D.C. has emerged as a focal point for conducting business in the U.S. and internationally as a result of the financial crisis and the recent changes in the U.S. economy.
It is more important than ever to be engaged in Washington, D.C. The GABF gives you the access you need. The GABF is located in the United States in Washington, D.C. and in Germany in Desseldorf, NRW. The GABF team is supported in its mission by a Board of Directors, the Business Advisory Council and an ExpertPool.