Laxmi Patel is Manager of Retail Operations for Loblaw Companies Limited. He has been working in the retail sector for last 10 years in India, the UK, China and Canada, and says it has been a path of growth for him. Working with cultural diversity has strengthened his management skills, and it has made him more knowledgeable and professional on a personal basis.
I have always been fascinated with international trade and cross-border investment opportunities ever since I started working with an export house in India more than a decade ago.
“This motivated me to work towards sharpening my skills for international trade, and FITT gave me a platform to enhance my market research skills, business planning and strategies,” says Laxmi.
The CITP|FIBP will provide me with access to professionals with a similar field of experience, and it will enhance my future options to be a leading player in international trade research and business development.
“I feel proud to be a part of the CITP family, and invigorated to pursue the ambit of international trade development.”
LinkedIn: Laxmi Patel
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CERTIFICATION—CITP®|FIBP®
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