Kevin Kaul, founder of U.S. Global Business Forum, a 16-year-old international trade organization, promotes trade, commerce, investments and joint ventures.
Globalization empowers us, erases geographical borders to do business. Re-branding the Global Business Forum to the world will empower economic development in US cities and global countries.”
— Dr. E. Lance McCarthy, former Economic Advisor for two U.S. Presidents.BEVERLY HILLS, CA, UNITED STATES, December 28, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — It is no doubt that the biggest lessons we learned during the pandemic was the disproportionate gap in our economy. “The global economy suffered causing organizational chaos, shut down of businesses, massive financial loss, unemployment, and poverty,” said Dr. E. Lance McCarthy, a renowned global economist and financial advisor to an extensive list of US and international businesses. “The advancement of digital technology has positioned all of us to be global citizens, if done right.”
McCarthy cites the vision of the U.S. Global Business Forum as the pathway toward economic security and global diversity for US businesses. “The appointment of Dr. McCarthy as Economic Advisor and Chairman of Business Development will take our mission to the next level,” said Kevin Kaul, founder and chairman of USGBF. “His economic background will assist our agenda to provide tremendous opportunities for all sizes of businesses to be made aware of global opportunities to do business outside of their boundaries.” The USGBF, is a 16-year-old international trade organization representing 200 countries.
“Joining this outstanding 16-year-old organization and to guide its re-branding to the world will help economic development in US cities and global countries is a game-changer to boost the economy, ” said Dr. McCarthy, a former economic advisor to two U.S. Presidents. “Globalization empowers us, erases geographical borders to do business. Re-branding the Global Business Forum to the world will empower economic development in US cities and global countries.”