Are you a manufacturer that has been hurt by import trade or other negative business losses?We understand the challenges that have negatively impacted your businesses over the last several years. Fortunately there may be help available through one of the 11 Trade adjustment Assistance Centers available around the country.

We at Service Internet Solutions, Triple Helix Corporation, Compu-tech, Inc, Video Experts and Lean Value Solutions, are proud to host a (2) hour seminar on how your company can benefit from the New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center program. We will have an expert from (NETAAC) speaks about this program and how it can benefit you!

It’s free, and all it requires is your attendance and participation!

Date: Wednesday November 5th
Where: Canon Solutions, America Showroom 845 Brook Street, 1-91 Tech Ctr;  Bldg #2, Rocky Hill, CT
Directions: I-91N; Exit 23; Left/1-91S Exit 23; Right, then: Left Rt 3; Left on Brook St; 2nd to last Bldg on left
Time: 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Speaker from NETACC: Kerri Lacourse

What you will hear about from our speaker

Grant assistance is now available through The New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (NETAAC) that is specifically tailored toward manufacturers that have been negatively impacted by foreign imports. The federally funded grants, which cover 75% of the costs of projects under $30,000 and 50% for ones between $30,000 up to $150,000, can be accessed by small, mid-sized and large companies from a variety of industries throughout the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Rhode Island.

Qualifying businesses receive financial assistance to co-fund business-reviving initiatives that can address marketing, branding, strategy planning, e-commerce, lean manufacturing, ISO registration, and more.

Financial aid is available for those qualifying New England businesses that have experienced:
•Declines in product sales and/or product production
•A reduction in workforce (or anticipate a workforce reduction)

NETAAC receives funding through the Economic Development Administration (EDA), under the U.S. Department of Commerce, through the national Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) for Firms program.