Agexport Targets Mexico and Panama

Panama and Los Estados Puebla and Toluca total 57 million consumers that are the target of the second edition of the Mesa Mesoamerica.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

There are 57 million potential consumers of Guatemalan products in the states of Mexico and Panama, which will be targeted in the second edition of the Mesa Mesoamerica, which is being run by the Guatemalan Association of Exporters (Agexport).

Mesa Mesoamerica aims to increase exports of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). In the first edition of the event, 25 SMEs managed to break into the markets of Cancun and Merida, Mexico, San Salvador, El Salvador, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and San Jose, Costa Rica.

In this new opportunity, they are targeting markets in the Mexican states of Puebla and Toluca, and Panama, where there are at least 57 million potential consumers, according to the directors of the Agexport.

"This project brings the hand to SMEs seeking new business deals and expand their markets in the region," said Francisco Menendez, chairman of that body export.

65% of the participants in the first edition of the Bureau was able to do business Mesoamerica. "

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Asociación Guatemalteca de Exportadores -AGEXPORT-

The Guatemalan Exporters Association is a private non-profit entity, established in 1982; that represents, promotes and develops non traditional exports of Guatemalan companies.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala
Phone: (502) 2422-3400

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