For 30 years, our priority continues to be the people and companies we work with.
October 11, 2022 -- This year, Bryant Christie Inc. marked its 30-year anniversary as a leading provider of global market solutions for food, beverage, and agribusiness. Today the firm is launching a new website to introduce current and potential clients to its wide variety of services and expert staff.
“We’re extremely grateful to our clients, our employees, and the network of U.S. government officials and other professionals around the world who have helped us accomplish so many great things over these past 30 years,” said James Christie, founder, president, and managing director of Bryant Christie, Inc. (BCI).
BCI’s new website features information on expanded services offered under each of its three primary units that include:
Global Access, which opens new markets and works to eliminate and navigate tariff and non-tariff trade barriers making it easier to sell products around the world.
Research & Information that offers a suite of tools and expert analysis to help clients access and manage data critical to making business decisions in global markets.
Market Development, which develops and implements strategic international marketing programs, and secures government grants to help clients expand their international sales.
“One of the most important things BCI offers is a team of experienced professionals who lead and work on behalf of our clients,” said Eric Rosenberg, BCI’s executive vice president and COO. “We’re so pleased to have a talented leadership team at BCI with vision and expertise to develop our services and advance our clients’ interests.”
The business units are led by Matt Lantz, vice president, Global Access; Julie Cerenzia, Ph. D., director of Research and Information Services; and Sarah Gelpi, director of Market Development.
BCI is also happy to welcome back Alicia Adler, who rejoined BCI as its new vice president of marketing and business development. Adler last worked for BCI in 2014 when she served as the director of Market Development. Most recently, she worked as vice president of global business development for the North American Blueberry Council and the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council.
“We’re very excited that Alicia has returned to help shape future services at BCI,” said Christie. “As part of her new role, she will oversee corporate marketing, product/service development, and special projects particularly within BCI’s Market Development and Research & Information units.”
Much more information about BCI, its services, and staff is available on the new website. The firm has also launched an e-newsletter that will alert subscribers to important opportunities and share insights about complicated trade issues in concise and simple terms. To sign up for the newsletter, please visit here.