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Export Import Management

We provide the Best-in-Class Export Import Training, Marketing connections and International Guidance for your business.

Corporate Branding

Global Fortune selects and showcases the leading brands and individuals who you can connect with for your Export Import journey.

International Consultancy

We provide our clients and students with Export Import Documentation Assistance, Sourcing of relevant resources to aid your Export Import Goals from the starting point to the time you are competent enough to stand by yourself.

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What they say about us

Very Interactive lecture and Many concepts are clear and got the confidence TO START EXPORT – IMPORT BUSINESS.

Sanjay Bhandari (Anand Computer System)

It was a Life Turning Seminar. It is Very helpful and get confidence to do any business.

Ashwin Rote (Rote Brothers)

It was Very Motivational & mind Opening Seminar and never herd before.

Very informative & Inspiring, It is very useful for start the business.

Aasim Merchant (Shahi Darbar Kulfi)

Awesome Seminar, Keep it up.Really love the program. It’s very helpful and gives confidence for business.

Prakash Khade (Vishwachaitanya Ayurved)

I got direction for my business & life also. I am always thankful to you.

Prashant Patil

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Sheela Thaokar

The Chief of Operations at Global Fortune is an expert in the industry with professional experience in DotNet Application Development in Abhinav Digicompsoft and Worked as Assistant Chief Engineer at IVRCL Pune.

With her excellent knowledge in technology, and human intelligence, she is leading the team at Global Fortune and ensures that all business activities are effectively carried out. Sheela has been with our organization for years and her contributions help to facilitate the continuous growth of our organization.

Mayuri Late

The Business Development Officer at Global Fortune is a strong-willed expert in Business to Business sales relationship. She has an extensive experience in management of Accounts Department, which enables her to creatively move our organization to befitting heights within the shortest period of time.

She manages all company accounting processes, both the internal and external aspect of businesses independently.

Manisha Barge

The HR Generalist at Global Fortune is an experienced specialist with multiple Years in various industries. With her expertise in the field of human relationship and corporate management, Manisha ensures that every internal employee oriented processes is effectively carried out.

With an MBA in Production and Human Resources, Manisha’s promise of proficiency always results in excellence at Global Fortune and beyond.

Mitali Raut

The Employee at Global Fortune is an experienced Content Writer, Customer Management Specialist, Marketing Research Analyst and an innovative team leader. With First Class Hon’s in Bachelor of Computer Application and practical knowledge in project management, Mitali is able to coordinate the flow of operations in our Organization.

Mitali has aided his quest to contribute to the growth of Global Fortune and its continuous development.

Agri, processed food exports up 7% in FY19

Agri, processed food exports up 7% in FY19 NEW DELHI: India exported 7% more agricultural and processed food products in value terms in the just concluded fiscal year, driven by doubledigit increases in dairy products and pulses, although there was muted growth in wheat and non-Basmati rice shipped out of the country.  Overall agri and processed food exports rose to Rs 1.28 lakh crore in financial year 2019 from Rs 1.20 lakh crore in the 2017-18 fiscal, according to data…

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India wants EU to relax sampling norms for fish exports, reduce clearance time

India wants EU to relax sampling norms for fish exports, reduce clearance time NEW DELHI: India has asked the European Union (EU) to make its market friendlier for Indian exporters of fisheries by reducing the sampling frequency of exports to 10 per cent from 50 per cent, allowing the de-listed establishments that have improved their practices to be listed again and reducing the clearance time for marine exports at the Customs.  “The increased frequency of testing added to the costs…

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India sets a record foodgrains target of 291 million tonnes

India sets a record foodgrains target of 291 million tonnes The government has set an ambitious foodgrains target of 291.1 million tonnes (mt) for 2019-20, nearly 2.6 per cent more than the previous year’s 283.7 mt, as a favourable monsoon is anticipated in the current season. While the target set for rice is 116 mt, 3 mt more than that in 2018-19, wheat production target is set at 100.5 mt, which is marginally higher than the previous year’s (July-June) 100…

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US finds dumping, subsidisation of glycine imports from India, China, Japan

US finds dumping, subsidisation of glycine imports from India, China, Japan NEW DELHI: The US Department of Commerce has announced its final determinations in the antidumping duty and countervailing duty investigations of imports of glycine from India, accusing Indian exporters for selling glycine at less than fair value in the US.  Dumping occurs when a foreign company sells a product at less than its fair value in another country. A countervailable subsidy is financial assistance from foreign governments that benefits…

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Saudi’s economic expansion offers new opportunities for India: Ambassador (IANS Interview)

Saudi’s economic expansion offers new opportunities for India: Ambassador (IANS Interview) With Saudi Arabia looking to diversify its economy, India’s new ambassador to the kingdom, Dr. Ausaf Sayeed, believes this offers new opportunities for both the Indian industry and the workforce. Contrary to apprehensions in some quarters that job opportunities for Indians will shrink with ‘Saudisation’ and taxation, he expects that the economic expansion in the Kingdom would create new job opportunities for Indians. “The opportunities for Indian companies to participate in the Saudi…

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After 4-yr slump, dairy exports achieve second best show on global deficit

After 4-yr slump, dairy exports achieve second best show on global deficit. After four years of slowing down, India’s dairy exports have revived to achieve the second best show ever in financial year 2018-19 due to supply deficit-led global price increase in skimmed milk powder (SMP) and other milk derivatives including ghee and butter. Data compiled by the Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (Apeda) showed India’s total exports of dairy products were worth $404 million between April 2018 and February 2019, up 56…

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Mango export season starts, consignments leave for US, Australia

Mango export season starts, consignments leave for US, Australia Alphonso mangoes form a substantial chunk of India’s export basket as the fruit is in great demand in many markets abroad. The mango export season has started in Maharashtra, with 28 tonnes of the fruit leaving for American and Australian shores. Officers of the Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board (MSAMB) said they are aiming for a 15-20 per cent increase compared to last year’s exports. This year, Board officials have set…

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Major decline in India’s steel export to US, increase in aluminum: Report

Major decline in India’s steel export to US, increase in aluminum: Report India’s steel export to the US in 2018 declined by 49 per cent to USD 372 million, while that of aluminum increased by 58 per cent to USD 221 million, the independent Congressional Research Service (CRS) said in its latest report. In 2018, the US imports of steel and aluminum products totalled USD 29.5 billion and USD 17.6 billion respectively, the report said adding that over the past…

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Oilmeal exports rose 31% to ₹6,222 cr in FY19, says SEA

Oilmeal exports rose 31% to ₹6,222 cr in FY19, says SEA Volumes increase 6% to 3.2 million tonnes Export of oilmeals rose by 31 per cent to Rs 6,222 crore during the last fiscal year on higher volumes as well as price realisation, industry data showed. The country had exported oilmeals worth Rs 4,762 crore during the 2017-18 fiscal, according to the Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA) data. In volume terms, the exports increased 6 per cent to 3.2…

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