Campus News - January 28, 2002
ASM to help businesses compete globally
The Anderson Schools of Management and the New Mexico Council of International
Trade (NMCIT) have founded an information clearinghouse and resource center
designed to help businesses in the state compete in the global marketplace.
The office, located at the Technology Ventures Corporation, 808 Bradbury SE,
Suite 203, is provided by UNM and staffed by NMCITs Mary Alonso and ASM
graduate student assistants.
If a business owner needs information about the tax consequences of exporting
to Mexico, we can help, Alonso said. If they want to talk to experts
on changes in transportation and shipping issues or need to assess which foreign
markets offer the most potential for their products, we can help. If we dont
have the answers immediately, we have the contacts to find out.
I see active participation in the global markets as vital to the economic
development of New Mexico, said Howard Smith, ASM dean.
NMCIT, an Albuquerque-based non-profit, promotes international trade, cultural
exchange and economic development throughout the state.
To contact the clearinghouse call 272-7340 or e-mail email@example.com.
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