TDAGS

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TDAGSTrade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle (Washington)
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Now retired, Stafford was director of the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle a decade ago when he visited a disaster learning centre in southern Japan and was stunned to see a line of kids and parents stretching across the parking lot.
Organizations supporting the Pacific Northwest Expanding Horizons workshop were the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle; Washington Small Business Development Center of Spokane; Export Finance Assistance Center of Washington; African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest; Washington State Department of Commerce; International Trade Alliance of Spokane; World Trade Center Tacoma; World Trade Center Seattle; Global WA; Tie Seattle; and the Tacoma Pierce County Chamber of Commerce.
The Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle (TDA) promotes the trade interests of the Seattle region in both domestic and foreign markets.
Other governmental and private sector organisations from the US that sent representatives to the Dubai Policy Watch forum were McKinstry, Port of Tacoma, City of Bellevue, Seattle University, Port of Seattle, Seattle Foundation, GIRVIN, Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, enterpriseSeattle, Seattle City Council, Port of Everett, The Commerce Bank, Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle, Washington State Council of County and City Employees, Metropolitan King County Council and the Washington State Hospital Association.
* Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle. Established in 1991, the Trade Development Alliance is a collaboration of the Port of Seattle, King County, the City of Seattle, the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, and organized labor.
Organised in association with the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle, and the U.S.-U.A.E.
There's no excuse for any city failing to have one, says William Stafford, an intergovernmental expert and veritable globetrotter as president of the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle. He boasts of the virtual library of SARS links and information on his own organization's website (http://www.cityofseattle.net/tda/healthinfo.htm).
Participants will include Mayor William Johnson of Rochester, N.Y., William Stafford, executive director of the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle, Mayor Pro Tem George Blackwood of Kansas City, Mo., and James Frierson, director of strategic initiatives for River Valley Partners, a public private partnership in Chattanooga.
The Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle's information center on the Internet's World Wide Web received almost 800 visits in its first month of operation from people looking for information about the region.
The delegation visited with and learned about partnerships such as the Amsterdam Promotion Foundation (AmPro) which was one of the models for the creation of the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle.