C2I Owner Featured in Women of Distinction Magazine

The December 2015 Women of Distinction Magazine features a cover article on C2I President and CEO, Kendra Cook. The article focuses on Kendra’s success in the Global Trade Compliance and Aerospace Engineering communities over the past 12 years.  For more insight into C2I and its owners, check out the article at: http://go.epublish4me.com/ebook/ebook?id=10087016#/0

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What Distinguishes C2I from its Competitors

C2 International (C2I) is unique amongst its competitors because we don’t just have the book knowledge, we have the real world experience to back it up.  Kendra and Justin have both worked on multiple programs for a wide variety of customers that required export control. Whether it was a classified program being worked in secure facilities […]

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FIFA Corruption

The U.S. Department of Justice published an indictment of soccer and marketing officials in May which alleged bribery linked to awarding broadcast rights for international tournaments in North and South America. In the wake of the corruption probe into FIFA, the world soccer governing body, the FIFA President Sepp Blattner announced his resignation and seven officials […]

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Schlumberger Subsidiary Pleads Guilty and Agrees to a $232.7M Penalty for Sanctions Program Violations

Drilling and Measurements (D&M), a Texas-based subsidiary of Schlumberger Ltd. was charged with providing oil field services to Iran and Sudan through overseas subsidiaries of Schlumberger Oilfield Holdings from early 2004 through June 2010.  D&M personnel outside the United States often sent emails to a U.S.-based D&M manager justifying requests for services in Iran and Sudan, […]

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Kendra Cook Recognized as Top Female Executive in 2015

Kendra Cook was recognized by Who’s Who in April 2015 as a Top Female Executive for 2015.  In her article (http://topfemaleexecutives.com/2015/04/14/kendra-cook/), Kendra attributes her success to her parents who were both small business owners, which provided her with an understanding of the challenges and the rewards of owning a small business. She originally became interested in Aerospace […]

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PayPal pays $7.7M Fine for 486 Violations

Over the course of several years, PayPal did not adequately screen its transactions for targets of U.S. Proliferation and Trade Sanctions Programs, and processed transactions equaling approximately $43,000 to denied parties.  The company failed to properly screen transactions with OFAC-sanctioned companies and persons resulting in violations of trade sanctions against Iran, Sudan, and Cuba as […]

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