INBIA Launches Global Ambassador Network to Better Serve International Members

The New Program Offered By the International Business Innovation Association Provides Country-Specific Resources to Expand Support for Global Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
ORLANDO, Fla. - Sept. 21, 2015 - PRLog -- The International Business Innovation Association (INBIA), a non-profit organization and global advocate for stakeholders within entrepreneur-driven economic ecosystems, announced that it has 12 country ambassadors signed up under its new Global Ambassador Network. As a way to better serve international members, INBIA developed this program to empower country ambassadors to act as liaisons for the Association. INBIA’s country ambassadors help regional members interested in international collaborations make connections, and assist with the localization of INBIA educational programs, events and thought leadership.

Country ambassadors are vital to the network. They are INBIA members who serve as a local resource and mentor for new members in their respective countries by providing guidance on the best regional and international resources to successfully support local entrepreneurs. Providing INBIA with information on country-specific best practices, communicating new global trends or changes, and being INBIA’s official local point-of-contact for all members are other key responsibilities for country ambassadors.

“We are thrilled with the high level of interest this program has received in just a few short weeks,” says Kirstie Chadwick, INBIA President and CEO. “The individuals serving as country ambassadors have a proven track record of active leadership in their local entrepreneurial ecosystems, and have a deep understanding of their country’s economic development needs and challenges. With the help of these members, INBIA can better deploy the right resources and educational programs at the country level.”

The 12 country ambassadors already signed up in the program come from all over the world. A representative list of countries include Bahrain, Brazil, Malaysia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago and the United Arab Emirates.  These international members will enjoy unique benefits under this new program. Aside from recognizing the organization as the main country liaison, they will be able to participate in strategic planning for INBIA’s international conferences and partner with INBIA on educational events deployed in their respective countries.

International INBIA members interested in learning more about the Global Ambassador Network are encouraged to visit INBIA’s website and complete the online application if they feel their organization meets the program qualifications.

Joy Lee

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