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Entrepreneurs in the United States interested in forging joint ventures or partnerships or selling equipment, goods or services worldwide can seek help from the International Executive Service Corp (IESC).

IESC is a 36-year-old nonprofit U.S.-based organization funded primarily by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). IESC provides technical assistance and business development help to enterprises in more than 50 developing nations around the globe. The hands-on services are provided by senior-level business professionals who volunteer their time.

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