IRTA Global Board Sets Ambitious Goals For 2011
On January 21st the IRTA Global Board of Directors met, finalized,
and released their goals for the coming year. �The Board carries on
an excellent IRTA tradition in outlining and planning for the future
direction of our industry,� offered International Reciprocal Trade
Association president David Wallach. �We have already assigned 2011
goal oriented projects to Board and Committee Members for completion
over this year.�
�IRTA will continue to be a major pro-active advocate for the Modern
Trade and Barter Industry around the world. (This) will be another
great year for IRTA as our industry continues to grow and gain even
more recognition for the bundle of benefits we bring to businesses,�
said IRTA Executive Director Ron Whitney.
Maintain and significantly enlarge the membership of IRTA and UC
Continue to provide a high level of services that benefit the global
modern trade and barter industry.
Identify and implement additional opportunities for commerce between
the corporate barter and commercial barter sectors of our industry.
Continuation of Operation Outreach, by developing modern trade and
barter lesson plans and syllabuses for presentation in economic
departments of business schools and universities, in order to
educate the future leaders of the business and financial community
regarding the benefits offered by our industry.
Review and update the IRTA By-Laws and Code of Ethics as necessary.
Further develop the IRTA Euro/Asian Chapter.
Plan for 150+ attendees at the 2011 IRTA International Convention.
Pursue implementation of a social media program.
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