Philip Kapneck, Trade Ambassador Business Biography Set For December Release Through PressBrains
19 Nov, 2018, 16:26 ET
CARSON CITY, Nev., Nov. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- PressBrains announces the publishing date for the business biography of Maryland's Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck, who served the state for 40 years. The first printing is set for the second week of December 2018 and the book will be available shortly thereafter.
Trade Ambassador Kapneck was instrumental in creating many thousands of jobs in America.
A previous press release issued in June this year, titled Philip Kapneck, Maryland Trade Ambassador To Be Subject of A Business Biography was issued about the Trade Ambassador's work.
See that release at this address: http://thinkbusinesstoday.com/news/philip-kapneck-maryland-trade-ambassador-to-be-subject-of-a-business-biography/0075842/
The press release resulted in an unprecedented number of phone calls and letters requesting that the business biography be researched and published.
As documented in the previous release, the idea of writing about Philip Kapneck's business life, came after reading news stories about the Trade Ambassador's extraordinary success bringing companies to America, mainly from Europe, but also from other countries around the world. The destination for these companies was many states throughout the United States of America.
It is known that a great many people hold Philip Kapneck in high regard, and a number of glowing quotations about the Ambassador have been made public from time to time. Ambassador Kapneck was always there to help his fellow man.
Ambassador Kapneck's positive attitude, hard work, and ethical methods are lessons too valuable not to be documented and passed on to others.
It is well known, and documented in newspaper reports, that Philip Kapneck was first appointed Maryland Trade Ambassador by Governor Marvin Mandel, in 1974. The foresight of Philip Kapneck and the administration lead to the plan to attract successful foreign businesses to Maryland, and have them create local jobs. In 1972, Philip Kapneck went to Brussels, Belgium, to open the first Maryland International Office there. Kapneck proved the model worked. It worked so well that the federal government used similar ideas for the "Invest in the USA" program.
Over the next 40 years, Philip Kapneck was reappointed to the Maryland Trade Ambassador position by each new Administration. Ambassador Kapneck brought in hundreds and thousands of companies looking for sites to set up their business and create jobs for Americans in the USA. He also helped companies to work with other local companies to expand employment even further. Many records were broken, year after year, attracting new businesses.
Ambassador Kapneck was working with individual companies and corporations to help them, the state and American workers.
It was so successful that his business blueprint went from country to country attracting foreign businesses to Maryland, and other states contacted Ambassador Kapneck to help them as well. Companies came from around the world, looking at different USA sites.
Ambassador Kapneck would receive calls from individual companies, and provide information about Maryland or another state that interested them. He would call a state business representative to say that a company from France, Italy or another country was coming to look at an area in their state, with the idea of building a factory, workshop or office there.
Ultimately, while Ambassador Kapneck served Maryland, other states worked with the Ambassador, and some would later start their own programs.
A former state official said, "Ambassador Philip Kapneck will be remembered most as the man who gave 40 years of service helping people get jobs, attracting business and industry to the USA, caring for his fellow man, and creating the most amazing number of jobs that no one else has ever created in the history of our country."
The Trade Ambassador Kapneck official website at https://tradeambassadorkapneck.com/ contains information about the Ambassador's work for the state, creating jobs.
While Ambassador Kapneck appreciated people asking for this biography to be written, he said he worked only to help his fellow man, and not for publicity.
However, the hundreds and thousands of people who were helped wanted him to have special recognition and that is the reason for this book honoring Ambassador Philip Kapneck's work. The book is being written from sources on the internet, the State of Maryland, and archives.
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