March 18, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Buyer Group International, Inc. (OTCPINK: BYRG) ("BYRG" or the "Company") today announced that
Rudolph M. Dahl
has joined its team as a consultant focused on financing development of all aspects of BYRG projects on a domestic and international scale.
"We expect that Rudy will be of enormous benefit to Buyer Group in locating and financing international projects," said
, BYRG's CEO. After a thorough examination of BYRG, Mr. Dahl added, "I am excited to be joining the BYRG team and assisting in project development. The more you look at what is out there, the more you can see the potential."
Rudolph M. Dahl
has 40 years experience in domestic and international infrastructure development. He applies his technical, financial, and managerial experience to providing innovative, economical, and environmentally friendly solutions to his projects. Mr. Dahl has interests in companies promoting infrastructure development in emerging economies. Projects include new energy sources, communications, constructing mass housing, agricultural production and preservation and developing industry. Mr. Dahl is a Consultant to the U.S. military and other government agencies on emergency planning and disaster relief. He offers BYRG expertise in technical and planning, meeting environmental and other regulatory standards, and providing project financing.
Mr. Dahl worked at the U.S. Department of Commerce in
where he was Director of East-West Trade and an Export Control Officer. For the Department of Commerce, Mr. Dahl promoted and organized foreign trade shows, seminars, and trade missions. He also recruited U.S. company participants and advised them in their marketing and sales. He conducted primary and secondary market research to analyze type and location of foreign markets and established sales networks. Mr. Dahl produced top sales volume for trade programs in
. He was selected to open the first trade fair in
Peoples Republic of China
Earlier, he was Director of Marketing for International Services Corporation,
where he negotiated and financed sales to
Basin of petrochemical plants, telecommunications, power generation and distribution sources, expanded coffee and timber production and introduced U.S. company sub-assembly plants.
Mr. Dahl has a B.S. in Physics and Mathematics from the
University of Minnesota
where he attended on a full scholarship as a U.S. Navy Midshipman.
BYRG and its advisors believe that strategic development of mineral rich lands will give the shareholders the best long term returns of any industry including government and municipal investment. BYRG is tailoring a specific financial reward system for its long term shareholders.