From Zimbabwe to Haiti, Sinclair Skinner has worked to improve the quality of life for those living in poverty. Skinner has led projects that progress the governance, education, infrastructure, economics and human rights, of poor people internationally.
Skinner has attended a UN Conference on Race in Switzerland with press credentials, and actively works toward the development of self-sustaining resolutions to the economic problems that spur from racism.
Skinner’s vast international experience has helped developing countries with projects such as sugar cane production in Africa, foreign real estate development and organizing transportation for the Winter Olympics.
By implementing innovative strategy, Skinner’s international services have created opportunities for sustainable long-term economic growth of poor people internationally.
These services include but are not limited to:
• market intelligence analysis
• relationship building
• market suitability analysis
• partners, agents and licensees identification
• business establishment and development
• intercultural management