C.A.S.E. stands for the Council of American States in Europe, which was founded in 1971 in Brussels by four co-founding members to promote the United States as a destination for foreign companies to expand their business, in order for them to become local companies, employ local people and boost the economic development of local communities. Today it has an active membership of 17 U.S. states with full-time offices in different European countries. It is the official state-supported organization in Europe, which provides initial information, answers questions and identifies professional service providers for those companies wanting to establish or expand business in the United States. Its members are the official European representatives of individual U.S. state governments. C.A.S.E.’s current members are:
Generally we help European SME’s, but can also provide assistance to larger companies that want to receive information on the setting up of a facility in the American market. This facility could be in the form of a production operation, a research and development facility, sales, warehouse and distribution center, or just a simple sales office. We can facilitate your project and help you source all of the necessary start-up information.
C.A.S.E. works fast to get the information you need to make key decisions about your business prospects in the U.S. Start by sending your inquiry directly from the C.A.S.E. website. It will immediately be reviewed and passed along to our members for action.