Regardless of the size of your organization, modern technology guarantees that your goods and services now have a truly global reach. Whether you’re connecting via the Internet or physically shipping product overseas, the importance of building global connections has never been more vital to the success of your business.

The Howard Executive has access to an extensive and proud alumni network that reaches across the globe, opening doors of opportunity and connectivity to major corporations and organizations. He knows how to build and nurture personal and professional relationships and recognizes the benefits of leveraging them to enhance his business and career.A Global Connection for:

  • The Emerging Executive
    – The people you’ve worked with throughout school and during your corporate life can become an invaluable asset to you later in your career. Building and maintaining these connections is an important part of business longevity.
  • The Entrepreneur
    – As an entrepreneur, use your network to recruit your leadership team, build your business, secure financing, and forge lasting partnerships. Your professional network can become a great resource for new business owners.
  • The Current Executive
    – As an established executive, you understand the importance of building and maintaining a network of business associates. Determining when to expand these connections, when to recruit from that circle, and how best to utilize that network can be challenging and profitable.
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