Philip Kapneck is one of those hardworking people who help others. he and others try to cut costs any way they can to help decrease America`s budget deficit and create jobs for Americans. Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck has helped to create jobs for more than 30 years and has attracted business and industry to Maryland while working many years, without remuneration.
Philip Kapneck in Brussels
Ambassador Kapneck was first appointed by Governor Marvin Mandel to open Maryland`s first overseas office in Brussels, Belgium as the State`s Trade Ambassador. Ambassador Kapneck has been selected by each administration to date since his first appointment to Belgium. He assisted the Federal Government in “Invest in the USA.” Ambassador Kapneck works tirelessly for the people of Maryland, creating jobs by bringing companies to Maryland that are unique and useful, and that need a quality workforce.
Ambassador Kapneck has introduced many companies to Maryland by helping these companies get established in the State of Maryland. Once they are established, the Ambassador continues to assist them. One way is to contact other business operations, which in turn makes the new companies a valuable part of the state economy. This helps to reduce unemployment numbers.
Ambassador Philip Kapneck is the true meaning of the inaugural speech once given by President John F. Kennedy. “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.”
A State Official said that Ambassador Kapneck is not looking for publicity or public recognition for his work; he wants to help people.
“I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.” Thomas Jefferson
To find out more about Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck, visit tradeambassadorkapneck.com. Also, see the story Philip Kapneck: Trade Ambassador Surfs the Wave of Goodwill, Creating Jobs in Bad Economy.
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