Marc Jarrett has been a consultant and facilitator in the online space for more than 20 years, and helps his clients win more business from or better serve their customers internationally.
A German/British dual national Business Development Professional, he is the Managing Director of Emjay Consultancy Ltd., a boutique consultancy which helps companies throughout the world expand internationally, with a focus on UK, Germany & China.
He is also VP Business Development for IBT Partners who provide international website localization services and trade development through the application of online digital services to hundreds of satisfied companies in Europe and the United States.
You can email Marc at email@example.com or call him on (718) 618-5346 from within the USA, or on +44 7906786505 from elsewhere.
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