Promoting Global Business
 
Bringing Businesses and Investors Together
  • Arranging business meetings with foreign embassy, international, and U.S. commercial and procurement officials based in Washington, DC;

  • Facilitating Sister City Agreements and related trade missions in select African, Asian, Latin American countries, and the United States

  • Meeting with U.S. Congressional members and staff with oversight of international commerce and development appropriations; and

  • Organizing Business-2-Business match-making services and long-term partnerships between U.S. and non-U.S. companies in targetted markets globally.  

Enhancing Capacity Building

 

Hands on Approach to Capacity Building

 

  • Briefing foreign government and nonprofit (NGOs) delegations on adaptable resource development best practices and strategies;

  • Customizing technical assistance and training for business and public sector leaders to promote greater accountability, transparency, and good governance;

  • Promoting collaboration and trust building exercises among competing entities to maximize their resource allocation, performance, and sustainability; and

  • Providing training on best practices used to write successful competitive government and foundation grant proposals.

Accessing Capital Resources
 
Diversifying Business Income Stream

 

  • Connecting U.S. government approved EB-5 Foreign Investors with qualified commerical investments sanctioned by regional centers located in Washington DC;

  • Developing effective marketing and solicitating Crowd Funding online fundraising campaigns to support new initiatives;  

  • Identifying potential international and global development competitive grant and donor opportunities; and

  • Preparing and submitting proposals to international development funders such as the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), USAID, and World Bank.