"Providing Solutions that Connect Global Trade and Commerce with Underserved Communities and Populations."
The Global Institute for Strategic Investment (GISI) thanks you for taking the time to review our mission and vision for international export and trade growth and opportunity for underutilized economies. GISI believes that a major key impact to the future well being of the United States and global economic balance, will be the reduction of trade barriers leveling the playing field and increasing access to global trade opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and underserved/underutilized communities.
Trade has and continues to be essential to the promotion of cultural integration, stronger business ties between nations, economic growth, as well as, improving standards of living and creating avenues leading out of poverty. GISI is dedicated to the expansion of export and foreign direct investment to the United States, through the inclusion of underutilized and underserved communities, populations and businesses and the use of public-private partnerships.
GISI is dedicated to making possible through our initiatives and partnerships, global workforce careers primarily for the transitional, disabled, veteran, ex-offender and/or single parent worker. GISI has an equally dedicated placement strategy and enhanced global opportunities approach for small and medium businesses traditionally overlooked. For communities, we strive via our initiatives and partnerships to provide benefits to local governments and those that they serve, with the development of policies, resources and access points, serving as portals into the global economy. Along with our primary mission, it is also our duty to serve all U.S. citizens and businesses interested in security and prosperity through participation in the global economy and inclusion of all.
We value our existing partnerships, and look forward to new collaborations as we continue to build a network of communities, organizations and businesses, ushering in a new age of prosperity, using the oldest of vessels...trade.