The National Association of Credit Management (NACM) will host its 116th Credit Congress in Grapevine, TX on June 10-13. While all the educational sessions on this yearâ€™s program are extremely relevant to the commercial finance industry, the presentations with an international focus have become all the more timely given recent developments in global trade.
Columbia, MD: May 29, 2012â€”Recent news items pertaining to U.S. trade policy have indicated that policymakers are finally starting to recognize what exporters have known all along: global trade is a bipartisan way to boost the American economy and create jobs.
Cheers from both sides of the political aisle could be heard when the U.S. free trade agreement with Colombia entered into force earlier this month. And although it took a bit more time than it had in years prior, the sharply-divided U.S. Senate also came together recently to reauthorize the charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, while also increasing the bankâ€™s lending limit from $100 billion to $140 billion.
These and other developments show that the United States is recognizing the growth potential available in the world of global trade and seeking to expand global opportunities to increase profit and create jobs.
Aiding this effort to make exporting a viable business opportunity for companies of all sizes are the numerous educational offerings of the National Association of Credit Management (NACM). When NACM hosts its 116th Credit Congress in Grapevine, TX from June 10-13, attendees from the commercial finance industry will find a wealth of sessions geared directly toward leveraging international markets to grow their companies.