What Are Your Plans for 2014? Dr. Jackson discusses her firm’s plans on an online radio show

This morning I enjoyed the opportunity to stop by briefly on the blog talk radio show, Charlotte View, to discuss my experience on the show back in September. In addition, I highlighted what the Global Research Institute of International Trade (GRIIT) has planned in 2014.

I am truly grateful to the radio host, her team, and a good friend/colleague for their ongoing active support in providing a platform for me to share the important topic of international trade with 86 million listeners across the United States.

Listen to the interview and learn what GRIIT has in store for the benefit of businesses looking to take advantage of free trade agreements to expand to the global market.

Four minutes of your time will help you to start off right in 2014 and save you thousands of dollars, time and your company’s reputation.

Click the link below to hear what 2014 has in store for your business through GRIIT. (I am the second caller. You can scroll to the following time frames: 07:45-11:35. The whole show itself is enlightening and worth listening to.)

Discover Podcasting Internet Radio with Charlotte View Internet Radio on BlogTalkRadio

 

To listen to my September 16th interview, Business Growth Strategy: International Trade, click on the link below.

Listen To Business Internet Radio Stations with Charlotte View Internet Radio on BlogTalkRadio

About Dr. Sarita D. Jackson

is the President and CEO of the Global Research Institute of International Trade, a think-tank/consulting firm that examines trade policies and their impact on domestic businesses. Prior to heading GRIIT, Dr. Jackson was a tenured associate professor of political science in North Carolina and worked as a trade policy consultant for an Arlington-based consulting firm. She has participated in trade policy projects and conducted research on free trade negotiations in Botswana, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Panama. Dr. Jackson has also traveled to Chile and Argentina to study their political systems and economic integration policies.
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