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A Message From The Chairman


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From organizing black-tie galas with hundreds of attendees to trade missions and visits by their countries' political and business leaders to the South, the efforts of the bi-national chambers of Georgia and the Southern United States are pivotal in growing the business relations with their home countries. The ILC is comprised of the leaders of these international business organizations, and since 1993 has given them an opportunity to meet and get to know one another.Our Founder, Colin Brady, always believed that "leaders meeting leaders is an end in itself."

With the growth from 8 bi-national chamber delegates in 1993 to over 34 in 2005, these chambers have thousands of members whose companies have contributed greatly to the economies of the Southern U.S. and those of their home countries. This increased number of chambers has created more opportunities for cooperation among the ILC delegates.

The ILC sees one of its most important missions to help mentor new chambers and those that need some assistance using the experience of the ILC delegates. Stronger chambers lead to stronger business relationships and more business opportunities for their members and for the economies of their home countries and the Southern U.S.

I am honored to be the Chairman of the ILC.

Mark Pierson



The International Leadership Council


"Leaders meeting leaders is an end in itself."

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