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Here's How to Leverage Partnerships to Increase Exports

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Michigan Manufacturers Association
September 24, 2021
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Summary

With the advent of Industry 4.0 and the modern era of trade, we have found ourselves in a hyper-globalized economy. As such, many organizations have been looking to increase their presence in other nations by exporting their products. While international trade can be complicated, Automation Alley's Director of Global Strategic Partnerships, Noel Nevshehir is a veteran and has made it his mission to help businesses succeed in international trade.

Recently Noel sat down with the Michigan Manufacturers Association to discuss how to leverage strategic partnerships to increase export opportunities. This must-see video has Noel sharing his extensive knowledge on the power of partnerships, and the nuance of international trade.

Watch it here:

Michigan Manufacturers Association
Michigan Manufacturers Association

The Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) is the state’s leading advocate focused solely on securing a prosperous future for Michigan manufacturers through effective advocacy, meaningful education and strategic business services. Recognized as the go-to organization for Michigan manufacturers, MMA remains committed to its standing values of trust, leadership, knowledge, influence, and relationship building — all for the continued success of the state’s largest and most vital industry. Established in 1902, MMA now represents the interests and needs of nearly 1,700 member companies, ranging from small manufacturers to the world’s largest and most well-known corporations. The MMA Board of Directors is an elected entity featuring industry leaders poised to enhance manufacturing’s growth and long-term competitiveness. The MMA Service Corporation (MMASC), established in 1980, is MMA’s for-profit subsidiary. The MMASC Board of Directors oversees the functions and operations of the Service Corporation.

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