Levels of Support

Governments, international and non-governmental organizations, trade associations and private-sector firms worldwide have partnered with the HumaWealth Program. There are four levels of partnerships:

Support

As a supporting partner, you act as an ambassador for HumaWealth on a non-exclusive basis, speaking at events and participating in the issuance of joint press releases.

Membership

As an accepted member of GCEL, you can participate in general meetings and provide your expert advice and counsel. You can also be invited to participate on a relevant GCEL sub-committee, depending upon your field of expertise in areas such as: economic development, trade development, cargo security, food safety, disaster response, technology, academia and SMEs.

Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) and Publications

A more developed, but non-exclusive business relationship where we work together on specific projects, with defined courses of action and deliverables. GCEL has engaged in MOUs and issued publications with many governments and regional and international organizations including the League of Arab States, Organization of American States, African Union, ASEAN Business Advisory Council, Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific, Indonesia National Chamber of Commerce, International Conference for the Development of Trade, the Confederation of Indian Industry, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Council of Saudi Chambers, China Top 500 Foreign Trade Enterprises Club, Union of Arab Banks, International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation, Turkish Industry and Business Association and International Network of SMEs.

Exclusive Strategic Partnerships

This is the highest level of support, involving exclusive strategic and licensing agreements regarding global e-Commerce, e-Finance, e-Insurance and e-Logistics.

GCEL has four levels of partnership with governments, IGOs, NGOs, and private sector firms throughout the world.
GCEL has four levels of partnership with governments, IGOs, NGOs, and private sector firms throughout the world.