Trademissions.org conducts Trade Missions in partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce International Trade Administration to assist U.S. Alternative Asset Fund Managers connect with sources of capital.
trademissions.org will help you meet new investors and raise capital
Trademissions.org’s goal is to help US Fund managers raise capital outside of the US. It has successfully helped many of America’s fund managers get access to capital worldwide.
Trademissions.org can extend your global access to investors. Trade Mission attendees are introduced to a worldwide network of Insurance Companies, Pension Funds, Endowments, Sovereign Wealth Funds, High Net worth Individuals, Family Offices and Multi Family Offices. In partnership with our U.S. Embassies world- wide, one-to-one meetings are arranged for each US Fund Manager with between thirty to fifty pre-qualified LP’s. There are never any placement agency fees or commissions on a Trade Mission.
The convener of stature for each Trade Mission is the U.S. Embassy and the U.S. Ambassador. The program has been conducted worldwide and continues to grow in popularity.
Trade Missions are held annually in six to eight different countries. Countries that have hosted Alternative Asset Fund Manager Trade Missions include Abu Dhabi, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Dubai, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan and the UK.
Irwin wants to see his children (and 19 grandchildren) inherit a world that is on its way to a more peaceful and harmonious future.
Irwin has garnered a reputation as a conscientious businessman that seeks out opportunities to both aid businesses and the global good. Before Irwin was a businessman he was a father and a rabbi. As a father of eight, Irwin wants to see his children (and 19 grandchildren) inherit a world that is on its way to a more peaceful and harmonious future. As a rabbi, Irwin believes that people have a responsibility to be kind and compassionate to each other. These are the foundations of Irwin’s business philosophy.
Jacob is a level 20 chess player, loves to snowboard, and plays ice hockey as a goaltender. He is also a WW2 enthusiast.
Jacob Katsof is an avid entrepreneur. In 2015 he left his position as Director of Mobile apps at PCS Wireless to co-found UpChannel. UpChannel is currently deployed in over 100 countries and has signed contracts to be pre-installed on 100 million tier two Android smartphones. He works with Trademissions.org as a learning and relationship building opportunity. Jacob is married with a 3-year-old son, a 1-year-old daughter and six-year-old cat named Cuddles.
Director of social media and public relations.
Brooke started in the field of visual design working for an award winning flower decorator. She further developed her eye for design and held a creative position creating beautiful spaces and brilliant window displays for Anthropologie. That experience led Brooke to apply her eye for detail and pursue creating a space for her talent on the computer. Brooke connected herself to the world of digital and became a self-taught movie editor. She created video productions in her free time. Coinciding with that she has been the part-time director for a major nonprofit, “America’s Voices in Israel”. She designed and maintained a vibrant website and social media presence for this international organization based on educating public. Responsible for creating products and promotional material, handling communication with donors and greater public she increased the organizations presence on multiple social media sites.
In 2012, Brooke worked with the nonprofit “Young Jewish Professionals” in NYC and helped them develop their exclusive invitation-only social club called Access +. She organized high-end parties around Manhattan at private lofts in SoHo, rooftops, and exclusive cocktail parties. Brooke is oriented towards furthering a cause in the tech industry. Lately, she joined forces to spearhead a newly minted organization that will further the development of women in STEM. It is natural for Brooke to lend her talent for detail and networking in the launch of Creative Tech Week.
In her spare time she enjoys snowboarding and hiking.
Esti Stolbach heads up Tech support. Esti is enrolled at Stevens Institute of Technology, She spent a semester at the University of New South Wales, Australia and loves to travel, which fits in well with her work at Trademissions.org
Consistent with Trademissions.org philosophy of making the world a better place, she is Campus ambassador for the Gift of Life bone marrow donor registry.