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Thunderbird Enters Strategic Partnership With GlobalAutoIndustry.com

The organizations formalized a strategic partnership to bring Thunderbird Executive Education programs to more than 100,000 automotive industry professionals worldwide.

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GlobalAutoIndustry.com, a leading global business intelligence source for the automotive industry, and Thunderbird School of Global Management, a unit of Arizona State University and an acclaimed global management school with a 70-year history, has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement that formalizes a strategic partnership to bring Thunderbird Executive Education programs to more than 100,000 automotive industry professionals worldwide.

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“With Brexit uncertainty, potential trade wars, intellectual property infringement, tax and transfer pricing issues and daily global challenges, business professionals need to fully understand the impact these international issues have on their job and on the company’s bottom line. Finding solutions and learning how to implement this knowledge is where Thunderbird global business education helps these busy professionals make sense of it all,” said Ron Hesse, chairman and CEO of GlobalAutoIndustry.com. “As part of this agreement, GlobalAutoIndustry.com will promote Thunderbird’s leadership development and Executive Education online and in-house programs to automotive industry suppliers worldwide.”

Automotive industry professionals can visit the Thunderbird Executive Education programs offered by GlobalAutoIndustry.com through this information and registration page here.

“Nothing pleases us more than the opportunity to develop a partnership with business and government clients who can benefit from Thunderbird’s extensive experience in management and global leadership education,” said Dr. Allen Morrison, CEO and director general of Thunderbird School of Global Management. “Our mission is to help working professionals and those in search of higher education opportunities develop the skills they need to be more successful in their careers and in advancing the organizations for whom they work.”

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