International Executive Service
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1900 M Street Nw Suite 500 Washington DC 20036 USA
The International Executive Service Corps is a private not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to contribute to global stability by assisting in the development of free-market economies and democratic societies. We provide expertise to strengthen private sector enterprises and government entities to enable self-sufficiency and participation in the worldwide economy. As a consequence, we also strengthen the U.S. economy through trade, investment and alliances between overseas companies and American businesses.
IESC promotes stability and prosperity through private enterprise development through four major practices: Trade and Competitiveness, Information and Communications Technology (Geekcorps Division), Financial Services, and Tourism Development. We're able to provide an array of services within each of these practice areas to ensure sustainable employment opportunities, generate increases in sales, and facilitate national economic growth.
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