Economic value creation:

  • strengthen healthy, sustainable supply chains through a trusted network of global business providers;
  • raise the ethical standards for global trade and trade professionals;
  • promote financial and economic inclusiveness through supply chain activities and disciplines;
  • reduce the cost and risk of employing global trade professionals (GTPs) by facilitating the easy recognition of professional skills (including their level and currency) – ‘Trusted in Trade’;
  • drive economic development and job creation, as well as foster innovation exchange and by facilitating growth through global trade;
Professionalisation: 
  • drive continuous professional development within business, industry, government and trade professionals as well as employees working within global businesses;
  • provide a structured career path for trade professionals that will drive a globally trusted network across global businesses, industry, government and supporting trade professionals from organisations that support global business growth;
  • provide mutual recognition of the competencies of trade professionals across geopolitical boundaries;
Networking and collaboration:
  • assist businesses to access the necessary information and contacts, as well as the legal and commercial intelligence to navigate regulatory regimes in global markets and to understand local business and cultural practices;
  • improve the global networking of trade professionals, industry, government and businesses engaged in global trade.

 

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Our goal is to bring people together to:

  • build professional capabilities in trade
  • elevate the profile of trade
  • advocate the benefits and opportunities of trade
  • facilitate networking
  • improve the performance and success of companies in global trade
  • boost the efficiency of trade processes.

 


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