Allen spoke on sustainability from the global supply chain perspective for large, medium and small businesses, opportunities in the federal sector for small businesses, and the mandates from the Executive Order signed by President Obama on Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance that could lead to business opportunities for the small and minority business community.
Panelists in other sessions included the Deputy Director of Green Trade Project Office of the Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan, and speakers from Yahoo!, Hewlett-Packard Company, Consolidated Edison, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Green Team), Major League Baseball (MLB), NASCAR Green, National Football League (NFL), etc.
Allen also attended a reception held at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Affairs Office in New York City, where she also spoke briefly and shared USPAACC’s 2011 Asia Trade Mission to Taipei when Taiwan’s Vice President Vincent Siew received the trade delegation at the Presidential Palace.
USPAACC is a strategic partner of The New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc., the organizers of the Summit.
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