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GCE Helps Baltic companies prepare for the International Contemporary Furniture Fair

On May 20, 2018 Global Commerce Education and the Baltic American Chamber of Commerce (BACC) offered a workshop to help companies from the Baltic States prepare for their participation in the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York. The workshop was provided by Sophie Lechner, Founder and CEO of Global Commerce Education. Workshop participants were representatives from Lithuanian, Estonian and Finnish luxury furniture producers and designers, who attended ICFF.

Breakfast Briefing with the Foreign Minister of Lithuania

On May 18, 2018 Global Commerce Education was invited by the Baltic American Chamber of Commerce (BACC) to participate in a breakfast briefing by Lithuanian Foreign Minister Mr. Linas Linkevicius, on the Trade and Investment Climate in Lithuania. A very constructive conversation was held regarding how to better publicize Lithuania and its business success stories, and how to better introduce Lithuania's entrepreneurs to business opportunities in the U.S.

Cross-cultural Workshop for French and American Executives a Big Success

Over 60 executives from French and American corporations learned how to work together more effectively. Rave reviews followed, as well as several requests to provide a workshop for their teams. Would you know if you had just committed a fatal cultural error in your presentation to a potential foreign business partner? On May 15, 2018, a group of executives got a first-hand look at how to navigate the complex world of social and business customs when the French American Chamber of Commerce hosted a workshop at the Oracle offices in New York City. About sixty executives from large French and American companies attended the workshop, which was presented by Sophie Lechner, CEO and Founder of Glo

Our Strategic Partner, DS-Concept Changes Name to Tradewind and Expands Services

DS-Concept, a global provider of trade finance solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises, has changed its name to Tradewind. The firm, a recognized leader in international export factoring, decided on the change in order to illustrate its prominent role in financing cross-border transactions, which resemble trade winds on the globe. Like the conductive climate its namesake’s currents provide for trade, Tradewind propels commerce worldwide with its network of more than 20 offices on 4 continents along with its growing presence in markets around the world. Click here to learn more about Tradewind "DS-Concept has teamed up with Global Commerce Education, a training and capacity building

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