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Prior to founding Net Trade, David was a partner at Resources Exchange International, a media barter company with offices in New York, Los Angeles and London. Resources Exchange International worked directly with clients on trade projects and held multi-year consulting agreements with two of the largest multinational marketing holding companies. Previously, David spent 20 years at Icon International, the media trading and barter company owned by Omnicom (NYSE:OMC), a multinational marketplace-leading media and marketing holding company. As executive vice president, David was responsible for growing revenues from $14,000,000 in the early 90’s to over $700,000,000 in 2010. He built and ran in-house sales teams, as well as trading and investment teams. During his tenure, David worked with industry leading multinational clients and many of the largest ad agencies that represented these clients.

Four Reasons to Consider Shifting Your Electronics Manufacturing to India in the 2020s 

China is the center of the electronics manufacturing supply Chain. However, given its tense relations with the US government and recent shutdowns due to coronavirus, many companies are considering diversifying their manufacturing locations. When Foxconn, a key supplier for Apple’s iPhones, indicated they were shifting some of their operations to India, the industry paid attention. Now Foxconn plans to …

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Coronavirus Update: Supply Chain in Asia, Components Shortage

As the COVID 19 outbreak begins to stabilize, 97 percent of large companies in China have restarted their business operations. Many reached an average of 81.8 percent of normal activity level as of last month. We are proud to announce that all of Avnan’s supply chain partners in China have already reached their normal production …

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