International Executive Service Corps


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International Executive Service Corps

Also called the IESC. A nonprofit organization in the United States that implements international development projects designed to strengthen private business in developing countries. Specifically, it offers assistance in the tourism, information technology, trade and financial services sectors. It was established in 1964 by David Rockefeller and is based in Washington, D.C.
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But Anderson, former chief executive of Enterprise Florida, a government and business partnership for economic growth, insists the joys greatly outweighed the surprises during his stint as a volunteer with the International Executive Service Corps. For more than 40 years, IESC has been functioning as a Peace Corps of sorts for ex-CEOs.
International Executive Service Corps, vice president, 1993-2003.
He relates his experiences during his work with the International Executive Service Corps which took him across Russia, the Republic of Georgia and the Czech Republic.
* International Executive Service Corps (IESC), 333 Ludlow St., Box 1005, Stanford, CT 06904-2005, USA: 203-324-2531, fax 203-324-2531.
Yet in 1990, as a volunteer with the International Executive Service Corps, Stamford, Connecticut, Bolduc found himself en route to Botswana to assist an association of building contractors.
Major organization : INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE SERVICE CORPS (IESC)
United states, INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE SERVICE CORPS (IESC) announced tender for Quotation for Paper Production Line and Water Recycling System.
International Executive Service Corps (IESC) -is a non-profit organization US axis on the support for private enterprise in developing countries.
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