Carmine D’Aloisio

carmine d'aloisio

Carmine D’Aloisio is a business consultant to international companies, economic development
organizations, associations, and government agencies. As a former U.S. diplomat in Europe, East and
South Asia, and the Middle East, he brings more than three decades (including more than 35 years in
government) of commercial advocacy and management of export promotion and business development
programs overseas to assist U.S. firms. Mr. D'Aloisio offers unrivalled global knowledge, experience and
contacts that enable clients, partners and stakeholders to succeed in complex markets. He takes
responsibility for bridging business cultures and developing roadmaps and recommendations for timely
and cost-effective decisions and problem solving.

In government, Mr. D’Aloisio served as the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Senior Commercial Officer
for Europe where he established, evangelized and led an innovative regional field organization based out
of Rome with 250 employees at Embassies in 22 European countries promoting U.S. exports and reverse
investment and protecting U.S. economic interests abroad. Earlier he led U.S. Embassy and Consulate
trade promotion and commercial diplomacy teams in India, South Korea, The Philippines, Thailand,
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Italy. Mr. D’Aloisio served twice in Washington as Acting Deputy Assistant
Secretary for International Operations, where he directed U.S. Commercial Service Operations in more
than 85 foreign markets. While in Southeast Asia in the 1990s, he was one of leading commercial
advocacy point persons for the Big Emerging Markets (BEMs) Program.

During his time as Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs at the American Embassy in New Delhi
(2006-2010), Mr. D’Aloisio managed a team of more 50 specialists in seven offices throughout India. He
managed the largest U.S. Commerce Department Trade Mission to India at that time with more than 100
U.S. companies. Mr. D’Aloisio led major commercial advocacy and policy market access campaigns
supporting American exporters and investors in diverse sectors as aerospace, clean energy, information
and communication technology, medical drugs and instruments and transportation.

After transitioning from the U.S. Government to the private sector in 2016, D’Aloisio established
Daloisio Global LLC, an international business expansion consultancy, which delivers customized client
experiences in the areas of international marketing, sales implementation, regulatory understanding, and
investment attraction. In addition, he is a Senior Director for Commercial and Business Services at the
Transnational Strategy Group, a commercial, economic/political and policy consultancy providing
services to the private sector and sovereign government clients. In 2017 and 2018, Mr. D’Aloisio
executed special projects for trade associations and government agencies. This included the American
Academy of Diplomacy report for the State and Commerce Departments that assessed the future of U.S.
Commercial Diplomacy. The report is titled: “Support for American Jobs, Part II: A New Government-
Business Partnership for Commercial Diplomacy.” He also assisted the Italian Trade Agency to organize
an Industry 4.0 initiative to connect leading American universities with Italian manufacturing firms to
work on joint technology breakthroughs and strengthen trans-Atlantic commercial partnerships.

Mr. D’Aloisio serves on the Advisory Board of the National Association of District Export Council that is
appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to increase awareness and understanding of the importance
of exports to the U.S. economy.

Mr. D’Aloisio earned his M.A. in International Relations from American University and his B.A in
History from Suffolk University.

The National Association of District Export Councils (NADEC) works to support the regional District Export Councils throughout the United States.






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