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Do you have potential foreign business? Do you need a trade compliance specialist to help?

An international trade consultant is more than someone who can read and understand government regulations. They’re an integral part of your supply chain, and a valuable “go-to” resource for all of your compliance questions and issues.

Not all export consultants are the same! BCI has worked with hundreds of organizations of all sizes, and our team has more than 25 years of experience to help you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and analysis. We are committed to earning your trust and generating positive outcomes for your business.

We travel to over 50 countries.

BCI consultants can:
• Prevent violations, thereby avoiding costly fines, penalties and shipment seizures
• Help streamline your supply chain
• Resolve issues between your company and the U.S. Government’s import/export agencies
• Keep your shipments moving quickly out the door, giving you the peace of mind that your company is meeting compliance

Services we offer:
• Help small business get into the export business
• Research analysis
• Working capital
• The New Initiative Program
• Sell American products globally creating jobs in America
• International Business Development
• Access to Capital for Foreign Government
• Access to Capital for Public and Private Sector Enterprises

International Trade Consulting
• Risk Analyst
• Setup international offices
• Help navigate through cultural differences
• Compliance issues


$2.6 trillion Africa’s collective GDP by 2020 

$1.4 trillion Africa’s consumer spending by 2020

122 million people will be added to the workforce by 2020

50% of Africans will be living in cities by 2030

Africa trade flows have expanded by 15% per year since 2006

Africa is the second most attractive investment destination in the world

Africa is home to six of the top ten fastest growing countries in the world

Africa is one of the most integrated regions in the world, ranking only behind Europe and Southeast Asia for economic integration

Africa is moving toward the negotiations for the establishment of a Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) which will be the largest free trade area in the world