Jobs in a Bad Economy
The past few years have been a difficult time for many people. When the recession was starting to take hold, it also started to change the American way of life and threaten the American dream for many people. Philip Kapneck was one of the people who worked harder and longer each day to help their fellow citizens keep their heads above water.
Ambassador Kapneck went above and beyond the call of duty, to contact and reconnect with business and industry he attracted to the USA over the previous 30 years. His work over those many years resulted in creating many jobs for people in Maryland.
Since the most recent recession started, Philip Kapneck called on the same companies he helped set up Maryland businesses in past years. His idea was to discover if some of those businesses had the capacity to add a few extra staff, to support the people of Maryland and to help give their businesses a boost.
Surfing the Wave of Goodwill
Surfing the wave of goodwill, Philip Kapneck was able to help find jobs for many people who lost theirs with other companies. While this was not one of his duties, he felt that it was essential to help fellow citizens in need.
Ambassador Kapneck has never been one to seek notoriety or press coverage about his work. The local and internet press and the people he helped, however, wanted to see his unselfish work in helping others publicized.
People like Ambassador Kapneck who work hard for others are responsible for 2011’s third straight month in creating new employment over the 200,000 mark in the USA.
Philip Kapneck Positions
Here are some of the positions that Philip Kapneck held. Some of those positions he is still holding:
Philip Kapneck first began working with the state of Maryland when Governor Marvin Mandel appointed him as Special Education advisor to the Governor, in 1970. Next, Gov. Mandel sent Kapneck to Brussels, Belgium, to open Maryland’s first overseas office. He also assisted the Federal Government in their new “Invest in the USA” program.
Kapneck was also appointed by Secretary of Business and Economic Development to represent the State of Maryland with international companies in Asia and the South Pacific. New Zealand Prime Minister Rowlings appointed him as Special Advisor Ambassador/Maryland Trade Ambassador to assist companies in New Zealand and Australia doing business in the USA.
Philip Kapneck is both a goal setter and a goal achiever. The fact that he works to exceed the goals set before him, extending a helping hand, whenever it is possible to do so, made him an icon in his own time. Philip Kapnack has seen enormous success in attracting business and industry and in creating many jobs.
To learn more about Hon Philip Kapneck see the Trade Ambassador Kapneck Official Site: https://tradeambassadorkapneck.com .