iiiEM celebrating 10 Years of Achievement Back to News & Events List


Ten years ago, the launch of iiiEM (International Institute of Import & Export Management) created a new type of export import training center – one that brought together some of the most iconic career opportunities, united by a set of core values, and vision to create great learning experiences for every participant.

 

Since 2008, iiiEM has set the gold standard for export import education. With ten accomplished years to celebrate, the iiiEM brand flourishes into a new phase of growth and success. iiiEM now caters to more than eight cities, with new strategic partners, and more comprehensive teaching capabilities.

 

On the occasion of the tenth anniversary, iiiEM CMD, Dipak Manohar says, “The sustained success of iiiEM is reliant on a number of different factors. Predominantly, we have built strong relationships with our participants, to the point where we are seen as an essential part of their career. This relationship is further entrusted through our loyal association with EXIM government bodies. We will remain loyal to our core ethics on which iiiEM was built. Enhancing our brand implies how we’ve raised the bar, unbound by industry standards.”

 

iiiEM reinforces its innate ability to build international entrepreneurs of tomorrow. The coming years will not change iiiEM’s superiority in the areas of EXIM training where practical learning is put on the central axis.

 

iiiEM capitalizes on ten years of its continued commitment to providing you, the participants, with the power of entrepreneurship. With active and effective participation in industry associations such as FIEO, DGFT, among many others, iiiEM gives its participants the assurance in providing accurate and up to date EXIM counseling and training. It is through these associations that iiiEM demonstrates a desire to go that extra mile. iiiEM is on the right track and is positioning itself well for the decades to come.


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