Mr. Delson has more than twenty-five years of international trade experience in China and Taiwan. He is the founder of his own import/export and consulting business. The consulting aspect of his company assists U.S. small business entering into and overcoming the hurdles of the China market. His company also advises non-government associations in China on business and trade issues. Mr. Delson is a member of the New York District Export Council where he serves as the co-chair of the Outreach Committee. He speaks, reads and writes fluent Mandarin and has lived both in China and Taiwan.
Mr. Delson is adjunct assistant professor at New York University’s School of Professional Studies and at the State University of New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology. He teaches courses on import and export regulations, international business, international trade finance and international management. At NYU, he authored the course “Doing Business in China”. At FIT, he serves as academic advisor to the Taiwan Student Association and the International Trade Student Association.
He is a frequent speaker to various business, academic and civic institutions including The China Institute, Columbia University, the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Talking Trade events, New York University, the Confucian Institute of Business (SUNY), Citibank, HSBC, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Connecticut China Business Council on topics in international trade and the business environment in China.
Mr. Delson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Clark University and a Master of Arts degree in modern Chinese history from Columbia University.