Internet Brokers is one of the first companies in the world, if not the first, to send subscribers a small number of international business opportunities via e-mail.  E-mail trading posts were designed to provide another means for entrepreneurs, in addition to traditional means such as attending international trade shows and participating in overseas trade missions, to find international business opportunities. Internet Brokers has been sending subscribers e-mail trading posts once or twice monthly since the period when less than one-half of one percent of the world's population was using the Internet, is a virtual company, with few conventional expenses to pass through, such as rent and secretarial salaries, has a Chicago business license, and has dealt with major multinational corporations, such as finding a new overseas distributor for a division of a company having annual sales of more than USD 20B and introducing executives of companies having annual sales in excess of USD 1B to an U.S.-China trade organization with headquarters in Chicago. International business contacts come partly from a representative of Internet Brokers traveling overseas as a guest of trade organizations in other countries to meet local companies, such as in Peru and Costa Rica, meeting trade delegations from more than 20 countries visiting Chicago* and giving a presentation at an U.S..-African trade conference. 

*Internet Brokers has met trade delegations from the
following countries in Chicago: Botswana, Brazil, 
Canada, Cameroon, Chile, CHINA**, Costa Rica, Croatia, The CZECH REPUBLIC, El Salvador, Guatemala, Hungary, INDIA, Luxembourg, MALAYSIAMexico, The Netherlands, Nigeria, The SULTANATE OF OMAN,
Peru, Romania, SOUTH AFRICASouth Korea, Spain, 
Uruguay, and Vietnam.

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**From China: Changzhou, Dalian, Guizhou, Hunan, 
Liaocheng, Nanjing, Shaoxing, Tianjin, Tieling, Wuxi,
and Zhejiang.
In LARGE LETTERS, at least one trade delegation
led by the Minster of Trade.
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Italicized, more than one trade delegation.