“The World is Open For Business”
Every year, the U.S. Commercial Service helps thousands of companies export goods and services worth billions of dollars. Significantly more trade finance options have dramatically increased access to markets around the world. As a result, it’s easier and less risky for firms in the United States to export.
The U.S Department of Commerce and The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School Of Business welcomed Mr. Sopnendu Mohanty, the Chief Fintech Officer, Monetary Authority of Singapore. The U.S. is among Singapore's top five trading partners and is the fourteenth largest export economy in the world.
Atlanta based start up tech company, Lillii RNB Inc. attended this invite only discussion about Fintech & Blockchain Technologies with Singapores’s Monetary Authority & the U.S. Trade and Export Industry. Representing Lillii as the Director of Client Relations, I was warmly greeted by the Senior International Trade Specialist at U.S. Commercial Service, R. Daniel Gaines and Margaret (Maggie) Hanson-Muse, the Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs. It was a potent blend of companies and ideas coupled with two dynamic panel discussions.