Hull’s booming renewables scene has attracted the interest of a top US trade team visiting the city next month as big American companies hunt for new deals. The team, led by Secretary of Commerce for the State of Rhode Island Stefan Pryor, will meet with Hull business leaders at Hessle’s ergo centre on September 19. The Humber’s world-leading renewable energy sector has attracted envious glances from all corners of the globe, and now Rhode Island businesses are looking to forge new ties with the region. It was recently revealed Hull was the only city in the country to export more to the US than Europe, and the trade visit next month promises more success. The visit from the US team provides a good opportunity for Hull businesses to put themselves on the map in Rhode Island – a place increasingly seen as a first landing place for companies in America. Stefan Pryor said: “More and more, international companies are realising the benefits of doing business in Rhode Island – including our competitive tax structure, potent economic development tools, and high quality of life. “Companies with UK roots, including Finlays and Virgin Pulse, have chosen to plant their flag in our… Read full this story
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