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Business Matchmaking

business matchingYes, you can make it here by yourself. However, there is an easier, more profitable way! With a vast network of companies and individuals, NACC can help you make the necessary introductions to begin a successful U.S. operation. Those who have already tried know the high cost to plan and implement a value-creating mission to the United States. Using our exclusive network, the Chamber is well-suited to arrange meetings with the right companies to help you navigate this difficult terrain. Our Business Matchmaking Program is built around your company's needs and objectives. NACC offers international companies customized programs and visits to American counterparts.

With the help of the Chamber's extensive network and world-renowned reputation, we can offer your company customized programs and visits to the American key players in your industry.

You don't have to be Volvo, Golden Krust or Nike to benefit from NACC services. Our Business Matchmaking Program services all business sizes, from start-up to established, multi-national corporations. Membership in NACC is not required; however, we do recommend it, in order for you to optimize your experience.

Our Business Matchmaking Program is highly customized. The Program is structured around a concept of "Perfect Referrals", that is, companies and individuals that our consultants, in conjunction with you, have defined as the best contacts for your business. In addition to the introductory meetings, we can help you take the next step; starting with assisting in preparations for the meetings and extending all the way to collaborating with them. Our level of involvement is tailor-made to your needs.

For more information regarding our Business Matchmaking Program, please e-mail us at or call
Ms. Phillip at 718-722-9217, Ext 112.
For an introduction to EB-5 investing, facilitated by our partner, Figeroux & Associates, click here. For the purchase of a U.S. Franchise or a U.S. Closely-Held Business, click here

Consulate Seminar
Starting a Business in the US
Chamber Presidents Pearl Phillip and Randall Toure recently started a Webinar series in which experts discuss the topic of starting a business in the U.S. The first seminar is available for viewing online .and covers the following topics:
* Immigration considerations for starting a business in the U.S.
* Visa options for essential personnel
* Corporate business formation and establishing a business presence
* Tax considerations for new businesses

The Starting a Business in the U.S. seminar is an educational seminar aimed to help international businesses enter and operate in the American market. For a consulate to schedule a seminar, email us at or call Ms. Phillip at 718-722-9217, Ext 112.


Create Your Business Plan - Create Your Website

A business plan is an essential roadmap for business success. This living document generally projects 3-5 years ahead and outlines the route a company intends to take to grow revenues. Your business plan is also reflected in your website.

Therefore, when you have a well-constructed business plan, it will lead to a well-constructed website. The components that required for a business plan are:

Executive Summary
Your executive summary is a snapshot of your business plan as a whole and touches on your company profile and goals. Read these tips about what to include.

Market Analysis
Before launching your business, it is essential for you to research your business industry, market and competitors.

Company Description
Your company description provides information on what you do, what differentiates your business from others, and the markets your business serves.

Organization & Management
Every business is structured differently. Find out the best organization and management structure for your business.

Marketing & Sales
How do you plan to market your business? What is your sales strategy?

Read more about how to include this information in your plan.

Service or Product Line
What do you sell? How does it benefit your customers? What is the product lifecycle? Get tips on how to tell the story about your product or service.

Funding Request
If you are seeking funding for your business, find out about the necessary information you should include in your plan.

Financial Projections

If you need funding, providing financial projections to back up your request is critical. Find out what information you need to include in your financial projections for your small business.

An appendix is optional, but a useful place to include information such as resumes, permits and leases. Find out what additional information you should include in your appendix.

How to Make Your Business Plan Stand Out
What makes your business unique? Determining this could help you stand out from the crowd and give you advantages over your competitors.

To start discussions on how to Create Your Business Plan and Create Your website, then join our Small Business Solutions Program.

Small Business Solutions

Enjoy Legal Counseling at 40% Off Normal Lawyer Fees!

Join the New American Chamber of Commerce Small Business Solutions "Small Business Plan" for as little as $299.40 annually to get access to our partnership with Figeroux & Associates for all your business legal needs. Includes unlimited phone consultations, attorney review of up to 5 documents per month, letters written on your behalf and 40% off hourly rates!


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