International Trade Business Programs
of Experts Peer Review Program providing expert counseling and
project specific peer reviews on critical economic development projects in
Africa for African organizations and U.S. firms that want to do business in
Africa. Our peer review board includes expatriate African nationals residing in
the United States with knowledge of their homeland and the business or
corporate culture of multinational organizations.
Research & Promotion to identify and facilitate joint
venture business opportunities for African & American for major
infrastructure and engineering projects, retail and wholesale commodity
exchanges, manufacturing opportunities, commercial and residential real estate
development projects, and social service opportunities within specified African
Facilitation Services to assist U.S. and African businesses
in the processing of their commercial transactions in Africa and the United
& Crime Prevention Services providing due diligence investigation
and international crime prevention services in all aspects of foreign trade to
include credit reports/profiles, fraud prevention, collection services,
investments and banking transactions.
when requested for in-bound African and American companies seeking market entry
business opportunities & partners in Southern California and Africa.
Trade Logistics Training providing practical workshops and
customized training to increase the competency of our membership in the global
logistics of international.
and Conducting African Trade Missions to the nation states of Africa
in collaboration with African Embassies and Consulates and the U.S. Department
Commercial Guidance providing information on economic trends, trade
regulations, potential import/export industry sectors, local marketing opportunities
and business contacts for selected African nations.
Promotion & Facilitation Programs
& Trade Shows
in Los Angeles and Africa that provide information on U.S. and African
export/import potentials for goods and services, specific buy-sell
opportunities, and local business conditions and practices for specified
regions in Africa and America.
Business Roundtables for African & American business leaders and
government officials seeking bilateral international trade opportunities in
Africa & America in collaboration with the US State Department, the US
Department of Commerce and African Embassies and Consulates.
& Networking Meetings that provide
valuable information about the African Growth & Opportunities Act (AGOA) for African and American businesses.
Census Bureau Assistance in determining the numerical strength
of continental African residents in the U.S.
Consult Meetings with
innovative international banking and investment fund consultants & managers.