This blog traces trade history and development of Imports & Exports after the original NAFTA treaty, right up to the new U.S. - Mexican Trade Agreement…including key ideas for making profits as you export goods you already produce.
Experience in imparting and organizing practical Conferences in Foreign Trade
(Experience in International Trade since 1970)
Organizing Conferences since 1985 including; IPADE (Leading Business School in Latin America), AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce), Universities (Technological Institute of Monterrey, Campus Queretaro) and Private and Public Organisms.
Previously, I published the article "SMEs must Export." In that discussion I described the diversity of export markets and the importance of the U.S. market as well as its channels of distribution. In this installment let’s focus on the “Buyer’s Mentality.” A subject that few fully understand, yet one that is essential to achieving the best sales results.
Before an audience of approximately 500 people on November 9, 2017 in the city of Puebla, México I gave the Conference "How to Sell the Largest Market in the World" organized by the Universidad del Valle de Puebla in its "IX Business Congress".
“Myths and Facts about Global Trade”, the book, will show you how to develop and put to use principles and practical advice offered by Alberto through his extensive experience. It will benefit the reader’s companies, and enhance their professional lives. It offers new ideas that can lead to broad opportunities in the global markets from the beginning in-depth answer to the question “Why export?” to detailed explanation on how to plan and perform any task necessary to achieve success in the import/export business.
"This article focuses on Mexican companies with potential to export to the US. Yet, manufacturers in other countries can benefit as well, by learning the way channels of distribution are configured in the US market. In other words, this article should benefit every company that wants to enter the US market." Alberto Romo Chávez, Jr.