Making Notes

Research & Development


AFRICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  & HARVEST CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY


Harvest Christian University has an International reach of 169 countries with more over 1500 students scheduled to began studies in Trade, Fin-Tech, Agriculture and Construction. At the African Chamber of Commerce's DFW Annual Forum which featured government officials and internationals Chambers of commerce along with the United States Trade Departments, AGOA and other government agencies. The annual Forum platformed local businesses and investors and entrepreneurs from as far as Atlanta, Chicago, Houston and San Antonio. Other Representatives from African countries Senegal , Congo , Ghana, Uganda and Kenya to name a few.


COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

During this Forum Harvest Christian University signed Cooperative Agreement with  four agencies and companies. The agreement entailed that the  agencies would partner in collaborative efforts. The University now has a working agreement with the African Chamber of Commerce DFW, The Black Hemp Enterprise and The Mali Dallas Consulate, Congo DRC Dallas  Consulate


INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURE and MARKET DEVELOPMENT

The Black Hemp Enterprise ( BHE ) has committed to research, and developing international markets while providing the University with instructors, teachers and business development  programs and models for international students to aid third world and  students form and in the Sub-Saharan Africa . BHE specializes in Industrial Hemp, Agriculture and Residential and Commercial Construction to include roads and other infrastructure building. BHE will also be working to establish business models, programing and needed research that will work in tandem with the University's business and Technical programs.


CHAMBER TO CONSULATE INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING

The roll between the Chamber of Commerce and the Consulates are key for global business interactions with sustainability, The University and The Chamber of Commerce can promote both support and development of international students as well as opportunities fostered thought the educational programs with a jointed approach to both understanding and international business relationships. Consulates will help drive the business and provide accountability and transparency.