Through a series of Business Alliances with major educational, technology and business centers of the world, the Boston International Trade Group, Inc. has the ability to formulate and execute strategic alliances for your company, organization or institution with appropriate counterparts in these regions. If you are an international company looking to enter the North American market, Boston International Trade Group, Inc. is fully prepared to provide the marketing and strategic partnering information to make your move a success. The Business Alliance Network consist of government agencies, business organizations and agencies and private business groups in each region that can assist your business through their relationship with the Boston International Trade Group, Inc. If you are a similar region looking to promote your area to the Business Alliance Network, we can help.
Robert Wolfgang and Mayor Hoang Nghien at Hanoi City Hall in Vietnam
Our corporate services include:
1. Seminar/Conference Development and Management
2. Strategic Partnering and Alliance Building for International Companies
3. Identification of Venture Capital and other funding sources for your company.
4. Market Research and Product Development for International and United States Markets.
5. Representation of International Companies and Regions in United States.
6. Import-Export Trading Opportunities in Vietnam.
Robert Wolfgang, Managing Director, BITG, Inc. & Helmut Kohl, Former Chancellor of Federal Republic of Germany
The Boston International Trade Group, Inc. can assist international companies to enter the American marketplace with their product or service through our strategic market research program. We also offer the same service to American companies wishing to establish a market presence in international regions, especially Europe and Asia.
Boston International Trade Group, Inc. will provide:
Robert Wolfgang and Lord Mayor Wolfgang Tiefensee of Leipzig, Germany meet during a recent trade mission from Boston to Leipzig
1. Realistic assessments of specific markets for goods or services with a past and present review of economic conditions.
2. Project a forecast, outline a strategy to be a “player” in the market and identify the competition.
3.Provide initial product representation for your company as we build a marketing base together for the future. This action will provide your company with immediate presence in the marketplace through our Boston office.
4. Inclusion of cultural and business customs that can impact marketing plans.
5. Make available for future product development research institutes and University research facilities in the Boston area.
Robert Wolfgang meets with Lord Mayor Wolfgang Schuster of Stuttgat, Germany during recent visit to Stuttgart. BITG, Inc. staff member Matthias Kraemer on left.
The International Business World of the 21st Century
Let me take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome from the international business specialists at the Boston International Trade Group, Inc. and to wish you much success in the exciting international business world of the new millennium.
Whether you are a small or medium sized company contemplating entry to a new international market or a city or region exploring ways to increase business for your companies in foreign markets, the Boston International Trade Group, Inc. has the professional staff, expertise, connections and experience to assist you with your strategic plans. Commerce, tourism, educational strategies or the simple business of information gathering all will combine to make the next century the century of the international businessman. We are available to lend assistance to you as you prepare to meet the challenges of global competition.
Also, the Boston International Trade Group has established a Vietnam Trading Division specializing in wood products, stone products and textiles for import from Vietnam to the United States. The recently enacted Vietnam-United States Bilateral Trade Agreement, which became effective on January 1, 2002, now makes it possible for manufactured products from Vietnam to enter the United States market at a very competitive price. Our extensive contacts with Vietnamese businesses and government Ministries can be of great assistance to you in preparing business plans with Vietnam. If you are in the business of wood, stone or textiles, please look at our Vietnam trade page to see the vast array of products for the American marketplace.
If one examines the legacy of international trade as the century turned in 1900, you may be surprised to find activity in international markets comparable to the present. We are not dealing with a new phenomenon, only in new techniques of information and business management. Boston International Trade Group, Inc., is available to you to help in this important business of management.
We look forward to working with you in the future.
Robert J. Wolfgang