Date(s) - March 16th, 2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Finding real solutions for firms facing declines in sales, employment, and trade
March 16, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Please register below and a link to this Zoom webinar will be emailed to you within a week of the event.
Any firm that is suffering declines in employment, sales, and is negatively trade impacted will want to learn more information about MATAAC, the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms (TAAF) and opportunities for financial assistance available to U.S. businesses.
These programs can assist firms with staying competitive and profitable in today’s rapidly evolving global market place. Attendees will learn how utilizing the TAAF and financial funds to implement strategic projects could improve their firm’s competitiveness through their comprehensive Adjustment Proposal/Recovery Plan.
Target Audience: Owners, Presidents, CEO’s, CFO’s, VP’s, any financial decision maker.
Director of Business Development
MidAtlantic Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (MATAAC)
460 Norristown Road, Suite 301
Blue Bell, PA 19422
About Kamarah Pasley: Kamarah is the Director of Business Development and shares with MATAAC’s clients over 20 years of business development and consulting experience in various industries. He works closely with firms to provide information regarding the TAAF program, the benefits and opportunities being offered through the TAAF program and identifies a path forward to profitability in a global economy. Kamarah holds an undergraduate degree from West Chester University in Communication Psychology. He is also a graduate of The New York Institute of Technology with a Masters in Communication.
About MAATAC: Since 1974, MATAAC as part of the TAAF program has helped thousands of U.S. small businesses strengthen and solidify their competitive positions and prosper in the global marketplace. An independent study of the program showed that participating firms experienced dramatic and measurable increases in sales and job growth, which outpaced corresponding industry averages.