Joshua M. Graham's international experience began as a congressional staffer with the U.S. House of Representatives, as a consultant for the U.S. Government and as a public servant for the U.S. Government. While in these positions, he traveled to Europe, Asia and Africa and developed a wealth of knowledge on accessing these markets. After a decade of public service, Joshua returned home to Texas to pursue a graduate degree to utlimately start his own firm to help companies expand their business to those international markets where he had developed his expertise. Joshua has a Master of Arts in International Affairs from Texas A&M's Bush School of Government and Public Service and a Master of Science in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas' McCombs School of Business. Joshua is currently working to create a new international non-profit to increase access to government, media and innovation resources.
Emerging Frontiers International (EFI) assists tech companies explore new international frontiers and commercialization strategies. With experience on every continent, EFI conducts foreign market entry and commercilization consulting for its clients. After constructing a tailored strategy for a company to commercialize their technology into a new market, EFI utilizes the expertise of their network of local partners contacts to implement the strategy. Their assistance encompasses both importing into the U.S. and exporting into foreign markets. The mission of EFI is constructing a new reality via international entrpreneurship, technology commercialization and corporate social responsibility.