Molera Alvarez brings Arizona leaders to Mexico City for Trade Mission

With many companies keen to ramp up their international business development efforts after putting them on hold during the pandemic, Molera Alvarez was excited to organize an Arizona Business Coalition Trade Mission to Mexico City Dec. 7-10, 2021.

From left to right: MA Partner Jaime Molera, Agon Partner Kenneth Smith Ramos & MA Managing Partner Ruben Alvarez

A stellar delegation of 33 business and government leaders from Arizona met with top experts on the Mexican economy to strengthen trade and diplomatic ties with Arizona’s largest trading partner, Mexico.

Participants gained market intelligence from high-level government and business chamber officials, such as Mexico’s Minister of Economy, Tatiana Clouthier; learned about important developments in U.S.-Mexico trade policy from Mexico’s former chief negotiator of the USMCA trade agreement, Kenneth Smith Ramos; and explored business opportunities in electric vehicles, technology, education, tourism, infrastructure, and more. Check out our LinkedIn post to see pictures and a summary of key trade mission meetings.

From left to right: MA Managing Partner Ruben Alvarez, Sen. Sinema Legislative Liaison Austin Kennedy, Arizona State Senator T.J. Shope, Mexico Federal Senator for Sonora Sylvana Beltrones Sánchez, Mexico Federal Senator for Hidalgo Nuvia Magdalena Mayorga Delgado & Arizona State Senator Paul Boyer

Results: Here are some of the benefits trade mission participants told us they received:
• Found new members/customers
• Gained business development leads for high-level business and government leaders in Arizona and Mexico
• Advanced initiatives to set up manufacturing operations in Mexico
• Connected to Mexican companies looking to partner with U.S. companies on Mexico market solutions
• Collaborated on bilateral workforce development solutions
• Obtained valuable trade policy information that drove new advocacy efforts

Market visits and developing personal relationships are essential to doing business in Mexico – where business is done among amigos. Many U.S. businesses are looking to Mexico to alleviate supply chain resilience concerns via “ally-shoring,” or to expand their presence in Latin America. If you’d like to get a leg up on your competition by going on our next trade mission to Mexico, email Carmen Ronan, our Manager of International Services.

The future of Arizona-Mexico relations couldn’t be brighter as we come together to build a stronger North America.

Published On: February 8th, 2022Categories: International News

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Molera Alvarez brings Arizona leaders to Mexico City for Trade Mission

With many companies keen to ramp up their international business development efforts after putting them on hold during the pandemic, Molera Alvarez was excited to organize an Arizona Business Coalition Trade Mission to Mexico City Dec. 7-10, 2021.

From left to right: MA Partner Jaime Molera, Agon Partner Kenneth Smith Ramos & MA Managing Partner Ruben Alvarez

A stellar delegation of 33 business and government leaders from Arizona met with top experts on the Mexican economy to strengthen trade and diplomatic ties with Arizona’s largest trading partner, Mexico.

Participants gained market intelligence from high-level government and business chamber officials, such as Mexico’s Minister of Economy, Tatiana Clouthier; learned about important developments in U.S.-Mexico trade policy from Mexico’s former chief negotiator of the USMCA trade agreement, Kenneth Smith Ramos; and explored business opportunities in electric vehicles, technology, education, tourism, infrastructure, and more. Check out our LinkedIn post to see pictures and a summary of key trade mission meetings.

From left to right: MA Managing Partner Ruben Alvarez, Sen. Sinema Legislative Liaison Austin Kennedy, Arizona State Senator T.J. Shope, Mexico Federal Senator for Sonora Sylvana Beltrones Sánchez, Mexico Federal Senator for Hidalgo Nuvia Magdalena Mayorga Delgado & Arizona State Senator Paul Boyer

Results: Here are some of the benefits trade mission participants told us they received:
• Found new members/customers
• Gained business development leads for high-level business and government leaders in Arizona and Mexico
• Advanced initiatives to set up manufacturing operations in Mexico
• Connected to Mexican companies looking to partner with U.S. companies on Mexico market solutions
• Collaborated on bilateral workforce development solutions
• Obtained valuable trade policy information that drove new advocacy efforts

Market visits and developing personal relationships are essential to doing business in Mexico – where business is done among amigos. Many U.S. businesses are looking to Mexico to alleviate supply chain resilience concerns via “ally-shoring,” or to expand their presence in Latin America. If you’d like to get a leg up on your competition by going on our next trade mission to Mexico, email Carmen Ronan, our Manager of International Services.

The future of Arizona-Mexico relations couldn’t be brighter as we come together to build a stronger North America.

Published On: February 8th, 2022Categories: International News

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