Updated: Nov 22, 2019
It seems that teaching English as a visa-entry-platform is waning. Developing countries seem to want business majors or sciences & engineering majors who also speak English, rather than English majors who aren’t able to development business, research, and employment. Surely there is a good place for specialists in each creative access country to learn and utilize special relationships, “insider” administrative process information, and market studies to help wannabe business people to get started.
A developed portfolio of market conditions and opportunities, legal requirements and approval tracks, financial instruments and institutions, employment policies and practices, etc. would be of immense help in fast-tracking quality business start-ups. A similar resource person in originating (or “sending”) countries would be a mirror partner. Where are these people? Why doesn’t such a Christian Chamber of Commerce resource person exist? Isn’t this a worthy and strategic appointment for the advancing the cause of Christ?