Submitted by Grace Etsuko Lee
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Why You Should Choose Grace Lee International
Are you an American firm that wants to tap the profitable Asian market or set up manufacturing, sales and distribution abroad? Are you an Asian firm with your eye on U.S. marketing and distribution?
International business consultant Grace Lee can get your business up and running in Asia, the U.S., or both in record time. Whether you’re a U.S. firm looking at Asia or an Asian firm exploring possibilities in the U.S., Grace cuts through red tape fast and speeds you to success on either – or both – continents. From developing a winning marketing strategy and joint ventures to completing the complex paperwork foreign countries demand, Grace guides you every step of the way, bridging the cultural gap with perfect etiquette that makes officials smile and say "yes."
Grace's knowledge of business practices and cultural protocol gives you the edge you need to navigate in unfamiliar territory. "American and Asian firms need leadership and know-how when venturing into each other’s cultures," says Grace, "and they can depend on me to completely understand their goals and accomplish them."
Born in Japan and educated in Asia and the U.S., Grace Lee is bilingual and equally at home in both cultures. An internationally recognized business and etiquette consultant for corporations such as 3M, Phillips 66 Company, Hansen Natural Juices, American Airlines and C. Itoh, she has worked with American and Asian firms to set up profitable businesses on both sides of the ocean while always honoring the host country’s culture and traditions.
Grace Lee’s experience spans more than two decades in international business. Her own successful international import-export company moved goods from Japan, India, Taiwan, and Australia to markets throughout the U.S. Her efforts have generated over 50 million dollars in trade in pharmaceuticals, auto parts, sports equipment, clothing, food and gift items.
Grace has served on Chambers of Commerce in the U.S., Japan, Australia, Denmark, France and China, gaining a wealth of practical knowledge from seasoned professionals around the world. Grace has given popular workshops in Japan and the U.S., including "Differences between Japan and the U.S. in Marketing and Distribution." and "Western Business Etiquette," and she has helped American companies set up successful operations in Japan and manufacturing in Asia.