Dallas, TX, May 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- EXIM Strategies Corporation participated in the US Department of Commerce hosted the Access 2011 conference in Houston. This conference included opportunities in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia Markets.
Key participants included Mr. Suresh Kumar, Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Director General for the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service at the US Department of Commerce; David Hamod, President & CEO of the National U.S. Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC); Hugh Constant, Vice President of the World Trade Center (WTC) in San Diego.
US Embassy delegates from Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Kenya, Jordan, Morocco as well as the African Development Bank, Small Business Administration and Ex-Im Bank met with EXIM Strategies Corporation in support of the National Export Initiative.
As outlined in the Presidential Executive Order for the National Export Initiative, “The National Export Initiative (NEI) shall be an Administration initiative to improve conditions that directly affect the private sector's ability to export. The NEI will help meet my Administration's goal of doubling exports over the next 5 years by working to remove trade barriers abroad, by helping firms -- especially small businesses -- overcome the hurdles to entering new export markets, by assisting with financing, and in general by pursuing a Government-wide approach to export advocacy abroad, among other steps.”
EXIM Strategies Corporation is an Export Management Firm, based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas, and representing over 200 North American producers of gourmet/specialty food as well as Health & Beauty Care items.
“Our 100% commitment to the National Export Initiative will benefit our clients, their communities as well as the country overall. By continuing to expand exports, EXIM Strategies Corporation assists in lowering the U.S. trade deficit. This is a responsibility shared by all exporters, manufacturers and multiple other entities in this country. Only by working together and redoubling efforts will we meet the Presidential directive.” Robert Green, Executive Vice President and Director, Board of Directors, EXIM Strategies Corporation.