Community Improvement, Capacity Building

International Trade Development Center

  • Tucson, AZ
  • www.tradedevelopment.org

Mission Statement

ITDC mission is to build global competitive advantage by identifying, evaluating, and developing Southern Arizona's unique intellectual capital through: 1. Global Business Professional Development - Global Business Management - Global Marketing - Supply Chain Management - Trade Finance - Cross Cultural Communication 2. Training Internships for Students and the Public - Identifying and evaluating export opportunities that have the potential for creating new companies and jobs - Real life, hands-on experience in economic development with retired senior executives 3. International Trade Development Assistance - Promoting the public, private linkages needed to develop export infrastructure - Developing export opportunities into new companies and jobs

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ruling year

2004

Principal Officer

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Ron Richman

Keywords

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Economic Development, Sustainable Development, Internship, Southern Arizona

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ITDC

EIN

71-0932030

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Urban, Community (S31)

International Studies (V35)

Other Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition N.E.C. (K99)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

1. Internships for Graduate students from University of Arizona and Thunderbird (Garvins School of International studies) Have successfully funded 6 interns in the past 1.5 years and we are working to expand to 20 interns per year. Internships range from: - Food developpment programs and training (eg Controlled Environmrntal Agriculture) - Helping a pharamaceutical company expand to Asia and Europe - Establishing viable energy and water alternatives/retrofit systems for remote areas. - Business development and export of a portable opthalmologic examination tool. 2. Educational Simulation Technology - Establish International Business Simulation Software that provides a scope beyond the economics; that is the cultural and political components 3. Assist Southern Arizona Compoanies to become export ready and to develop exportable products.

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International Trade Development Center

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Principal Officer

Ron Richman

BIO

Mr. Richman believes that through the use of the abundant technology available in Southern Arizona, and the need for that technology globally, sustainable economic development can be greatly enhanced in Southern Arizona. Although he has much to learn about running a non-profit he brings 30 plus years of diverse management experience to ITDC. Within IBM he had responsibility for identifying new technologies and managing new technology development as well as managing diverse groups of consulting organizations. He has also developed several successful start-up companies.

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