Emiliano Introcaso, CITP PLog MBA
Certified International Trade Professional in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Emiliano has close to two decades of experience working with manufacturers and exporters looking to increase their global growth by providing them with support and guidance in all things export.
His strategy not only focuses on navigating companies through the complexities of global supply chains, but also in the small details that can make or break an international trade transaction. Emiliano is an Export Advisor at Export Development Canada (EDC), a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) with the Forum For International Trade Training (FITT) and an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Registered Trainer on Incoterms® 2020. Emiliano completed a Master of Business Administration (Global Leadership stream) at the University of Fredericton. -edc.ca-
Emiliano is an energetic worker who displays a sincere desire to help others. Emiliano is a very experienced professional and he is able to promote personal and professional improvements among collegues and partners. Careful expert with a great skill to analyze and solve problems. It is my pleasure to recommend him personally and professionally.
Nicola Gulli, Group Marketing Manager at Util Group
I worked with Emiliano for several years on international Sales & Logistic projects.
He is a really professional manager always able to reach the targets, working hard and with an excellent problem solving attitude.
He did a very great job in managing a really complex logistic flow between Italy, China and Mexico plants, also keeping under control the purchasing activities in the best possible way.
Michele Mancini, International Sales Executive, MBA - Util Group
Through my professional networking with Emiliano, I am impressed by his passion for innovation and commitment to his vocation. It is always a pleasure to attend a professional development session with Emiliano or collaborate with him on exciting new developments, and I look forward to more opportunities like these in the future.
Kosta Dimeropoulos, Professor at Seneca College