Sam Moses represents U.S. and foreign companies, including manufacturing operations, on a variety of business transactions, and he coordinates business expansion and incentives projects for companies throughout the United States.
He served as managing director of a U.S. state’s European Office in Germany, helping non-U.S. investors to find new locations for their new North America footprint. He was appointed by the state’s secretary of commerce and served under three governors. He also managed the state’s export development program for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, advising companies on international trade and market entry strategies. In 2002, he served as a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow in Germany, during which he worked for Credit Suisse First Boston and Gleiss Lutz, a leading German law firm.
Since 2010, Sam has been involved in business investment and incentives projects totaling more than $800 million in capital investment, as well as the creation of more than 2,675 jobs in various industries, including food processing, automotive, powertrain, metalworking, advanced textiles, electronics, chemicals, and aerospace.