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Strategic Partnerships and the National Export Initiative

February 22, 2010

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Adam Wilczewski is the Director of Strategic Partnerships in the International Trade Administration’s U.S. Commercial Service.

Friday afternoon I got a heads-up from one of our Strategic Partnership managers, Bob McEntire, about a news report on an Atlanta television station about Secretary Locke’s visit to the UPS operations center in Doraville, Georgia.  In addition to a synopsis of the visit, the report embodies the Administration’s push to promote its National Export Initiative and the benefits of the work we can do with our public-private partners.  It’s good to see the private sector working progressively with the Department of Commerce to help increase exports and to create more jobs.

18 comments

  1. with the need for more jobs, it’s great to see things going well.


  2. agreed!


  3. Yes, just looking for signs of life out there. an expansion in jobs would be the first sign…


  4. Thank God!!! Increasing our export is exactly what we need to increase jobs and give our economy a boost Forex Reviews U Can Use


  5. Very comforting to know that things are going in the right direction. Good job on both sides.


  6. Yes, just looking for signs of life out there.


  7. It’s great to see both sides working together for a common goal. We need more of this across all sectors.


  8. Partnerships are a great idea. Glad to see exports increase and more jobs…especially after the GFC!


  9. It’s really good to see the private sector working progressively to help increase exports and to create more jobs.


  10. It’s really good to see the private sector working progressively to help increase exports and to create more jobs.


  11. Because it is their responsibility to help people. We are paying the right amount of tax, that’s why they need to give it back to the people.


  12. Hope we can increase exports! We need something to right this sinking ship!


  13. 090111
    Hi,
    I like this article and would have enjoyed more information! In promoting the national export initiative, does the administration foresee the models of excellence used by the Doraville plant as easily transferable to different countries. Given that each culture has quirks that are appropriate to their locations. How easy will it be for the techniques of the Doraville management community to “Kiss, bow, or shakehands”, with management and labor in other markets?


  14. I’m hoping for the success of this initiative!


  15. Right On.


  16. nice post


  17. I like this article and would have enjoyed more information! In promoting the national export initiative, does the administration foresee the models of excellence used by the Doraville plant as easily transferable to different countries. Given that each culture has quirks that are appropriate to their locations. How easy will it be for the techniques of the Doraville management community to “Kiss, bow, or shakehands”, with management and labor in other markets?


  18. These partnerships will help to generate more job for people and also diversify the actual system.



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