CLEVELAND, OH (June 2018) —Christy Woskobojnik, tax manager for Dyke Yaxley USA, was invited to participate as a panelist on the British-American Business’s 2018 Annual Transatlantic Conference. The BABC brings together members of its 23 chapters throughout the US, Canada and the UK at its Annual Transatlantic Business Conferences for a two-day program of high-level business discussions and networking.
The conference has previously been held in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Washington, and San Francisco. This year’s event Birmingham, UK saw 250 senior executives from across the BABC network attending.
The conference uses panels to discuss various topics that affect SMEs as they consider whether to venture across the Atlantic to grow their businesses. Discussions focused on economic challenges, education, and cross-border market analysis, data flow, economic challenges and taxation.
Christy served on a panel moderated by John Simmons, Counsellor for Commercial Affairs from the US Embassy in London. The topic focused on the opportunities and challenges for SMEs who wish to expand into the US market.
“I’m extremely proud to be part of such a knowledgeable and professional team, and to have been given the opportunity to represent my colleagues at such a prestigious event,” said Christy.
Christy has more than 20 years’ experience with privately-held companies in the professional services, transportation and manufacturing industries.
At Dyke Yaxley LLC, we are uniquely positioned to understand the opportunities, challenges and rising costs facing companies with international operations, as well as the complexity of planning and preparing taxes for individuals living and working abroad. With offices on both sides of the Atlantic, located in the US and the UK, our team of 70 experienced professionals provide business tax and advisory services, specializing in international tax planning and compliance.
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