PwC and USFIA's Pre-Conference Event and Cocktail Reception

PwC and USFIA's Pre-Conference Event and Cocktail Reception

  PwC and the US Fashion Industry Association (USFIA) are pleased to invite you to our annual Pre-Conference Event and Cocktail Reception. Join your peers the afternoon before the 29th Annual Apparel Importers Trade and Transportation Conference to hear presentations from Jaime Seidner, PwC Canada Partner of Tax Services and International Trade, and Mitchel Landau, Assistant Director for Validation and Compliance at the CEE along with Debbie Marinucci, National Import Specialist Branch Chief of the Textile and Apparel Branch. Networking and a cocktail reception will cap off the afternoon.
 
     
  Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Time:
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Cocktail reception to follow
Location: PwC Auditorium, 300 Madison Avenue, NY, NY 10017

If there are other individuals in your organization who might find this event relevant, please feel free to forward this invitation.
 
                                                                                                   
 USFIA 
   
  Our Featured Speakers 
 Jaime Seidner
 
Jaime Seidner, PwC Partner, Tax Services, Customs & International Trade

Jaime Seidner, PwC Canada Partner of Tax Services, Customs & International Trade will provide a Canadian customs update including discussions on trade agreements, value for duty, audits and post-entry, and export enforcement. Join us to learn about what’s new and exciting in Canada!

 
 
 

 

US Customs


 
Mitchel Landau, Assistant Director for Validation and Compliance, CEE, and Deborah Marinucci, Branch Chief, National Import Specialist

Hear from Customs! Mitchel Landau, Assistant Director for Validation and Compliance at the CEE for Apparel Footwear & Textiles will provide an update on the CEEs and what importers need to know followed by an interactive Q&A session. Deborah Marinucci, National Import Specialist Branch Chief of the Textile and Apparel Branch will address current classification issues.
 
 
     

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