Global Product Access to Open World Markets for U.S. Nutrition Industry

Denver, CO – February 4, 2003

Global Product Access announced today the launch of its consulting firm, committed to helping companies who are serious about having a global presence. The critical components necessary to penetrate foreign markets are numerous, complex, and constantly changing. Global Product Access specializes in this niche, providing essential solutions to the overseas market differences such as cultural awareness, market analysis, regulatory affairs compliance, and export management.

“In this difficult economic time, sales from foreign markets can make the difference in how a company endures. We are excited to offer U.S. companies a vehicle to penetrate foreign markets or increase market share through our expertise in exporting nutritional supplements, foods and beverages,” states Elizabeth Kennedy, President and founder of Global Product Access.

About Global Product Access:
Global Product Access is a consulting company developed as a result of the appreciation for the vital role that globalization can have on increased and diversified revenue for U.S. companies. Our international business professionals offer over 20 years of experience in international business development, food and nutrition science, regulatory affairs, distribution and logistics.

About Elizabeth Kennedy:
Elizabeth Kennedy offers over 12 years of international business experience, including international market analysis, regulatory compliance, globalization of products, qualification of vendors and manufacturers, and export management. Most recently she was responsible for regulatory affairs in the international division of one of the largest sports supplement companies, and then with a leading specialty ingredients supplier. She holds a Bachelors degree in International Economics, and speaks French and Japanese.

For more information, see our website at or contact us by telephone: 303-837-9842

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