Economic Revitalization through the Private Sector and Global Development

The Consortium for Global Development has launched an economic revitalization program through the private sector. Using the PDI Process, which enables sole-source funding and procurement, The Consortium has developed a pathway to bring U.S. Businesses of all sizes and industry, domestic and international project opportunities.

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Irvine, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2011

There is a current crisis within our borders with the economic stability of our nation. Companies have not been able to grow and hire new employees due to the lack of opportunity and downturn of the U.S. economy. The way out of this current crisis is along the same path that brought us our historically unprecedented great prosperity, and that is through U.S manufactured products and services for export. The Consortium, through the private sector, is seeking to develop relationships with all U.S. companies interested in project development opportunities.

Billions of global development dollars go untouched every year and The Consortium has developed a way for American businesses and individuals to connect their products, services, and ideas to those development projects and capitalize on the available money to stimulate job growth and boost the U.S. economy. The Consortium for Global Development is a private sector group of businesses, academia, technology, experts, and nonprofits, who together can improve the U.S. economy by strengthening the private sector through participation of U.S. companies and consultants in large-scale development projects both in the U.S. and worldwide. Thus, paralleling a theme in President Obama’s speech: “I want to see more products sold around the world stamped with three proud words: ‘Made in America’. That’s what we need to get done.”

The Consortium seeks to continually expand its network of large, small, and minority owned businesses, manufactures, universities, engineers, designers, trade associations, economists, and others, all of whom understand that there is a need to take the lead in rebuilding our economy.

“The time to act is now,” stated Doug Martin, Director of International Relations, IDPA, “we have the projects, now let’s get the companies to support them.”

For more information on how The Consortium for Global Development can help to rejuvenate the U.S. economic growth visit http://www.rebuildeconomy.com. For immediate assistance contact Doug Martin at 949-398-6450 ex. 9, or dmartin(at)cfglobaldevelopement(dot)com.

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