**Susan Rice, Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for African Affairs, in 2009, Susan Rice became the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
Pioneer in finding overseas business contacts
Article in a Chicago Trade Newsletter*
By qualifying prospective leads, Internet Brokers is unique among Internet companies in that it conducts a form of due diligence before offers are published or replies are forwarded. As a result, participating organizations deal only with legitimate business contacts and can go directly to the source, regardless of location
For example, Internet Brokers was the only American company to have its trade leads published in a recent Chamber of Commerce Trade Digest in South Africa, which reached 7,000 members. In addition, a representative from Internet Brokers was one of only a few select individuals invited, courtesy of the Peruvian government, to meet with companies in
Other recognition includes a guest appearance on business newsgroups**, meetings with trade delegations, the only private trade lead service to receive an article in a newsletter published by one of the International Trade Centers of the Illinois Department of Commerce and the only Internet company to make a presentation at an international business symposium, where the keynote speaker was a Deputy U.S. Secretary of State***.
nternet Brokers' reputation has been built by providing an efficient and cost-saving service. Its success in helping member organizations locate promising international opportunities has received numerous testimonials.
Internet Brokers is pioneering the way business is conducted over the Internet and is enabling organizations to reach new markets without questionable trips from the home office. Leads generated by Internet Brokers have ranged from international purchasing and distributing to outright acquisitions
*The above is a transcript of an article published in NORBIC's NAFTA News (Summer 1999) at the State of Illinois Opportunity Center, Chicago, NORBIC (North Bu siness and Industrial Council) is an organization interested in advancing manufacturing in Northeastern Illinois and is funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the City of Chicago and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.
**Five other guests were invited, including an author having the foreword of her book written by Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo! Inc.