EACC Partners with U.S. Commercial Service to Welcome Visiting Trade Specialist from GermanyOctober 20, 2015
The EACC is partnering with the U.S. Commercial Service to welcome Dusseldorf, Germany-based Trade Specialist Kirsten A. Hentschel to Cincinnati from October 22-23. Ms. Hentschel primarily focuses on advanced materials including composites, ceramics, plastics, and industrial chemicals, among other industries. EACC members interested in scheduling individual meetings and learning more about doing business in Germany are invited to contact EACC Event & Communication Coordinator Dayna Wood for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org; 513-762-3725). Please see below for Ms. Hentschel’s full biography:
Kirsten A. Hentschel
Trade Specialist, U.S. Commercial Service
American Consulate General Dusseldorf, Germany
Kirsten A. Hentschel is Trade Specialist in the Commercial Service (CS) Section of the American Consulate General in Dusseldorf, Germany.
In her twenty-five years of service, she has assisted numerous U.S. companies in marketing their products in Germany. Ms. Hentschel focuses particularly on advanced materials such as composites; ceramics and plastics materials; industrial chemicals. In addition, she works with U.S. manufacturers in the following industries: Laboratory/scientific instrumentation; industrial process controls; plastic and chemical production machinery. Her scope is all of Germany where she has multiple contacts among distributors and buyers; multipliers and trade show organizers. Moreover, she counsels and supports U.S. companies at trade shows, discusses individual business strategies and provides market information. She provides assistance at trade shows like K’Show, the world’s leading plastics show; ACHEMA, the world’s largest chemical processing show; Composites Europe Show or JEC Show, the world’s largest composites show in Paris/France; the Nantes Composites B2B matchmaking event; the European Coatings Show or the Analytica Show and several others.
Ms. Hentschel graduated at the University of Mainz, Germany in applied languages and economics. She speaks German, English, French and some Italian and Spanish. At one time, she was co-editor of a publication about U.S. trade called Business USA and is familiar with various marketing tools.