LIMA, PERU - On November 11-12, 2014, WTC Lima and Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola will be hosting a Pacific Alliance meeting to enhance business relationships between World Trade Centers in the region and their Business Members.
The event will bring together members of the World Trade Center network from the Latin region of the Pacific Alliance consisting of Colombia, Chile and Mexico. Companies from various sectors from the different World Trade Centers will join Peruvian companies at business round tables and seminars. International speakers will talk of the benefits, barriers and opportunities for growth in various markets and highlight the importance of internationalization in the pursuit of increasing foreign trade.
The event will offer an analysis of the current and projected commercial opportunities within each member country in various sectors and is aimed at Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with the objective of strengthening relationships between companies, which may act as suppliers or strategic partners for one another. Further, it aims to develop and increase external trade and assist companies in their internationalization process.
It is expected that 300 companies that are members of the World Trade Centers of the three participating countries, will attend. The event is specifically aimed at General, Commercial and Trade Managers of SMEs that look to market their products and/or services abroad.
For more information on the Pacific Alliance Meeting in Lima on November 11th, please contact WTCA Regional Development Manager, Latin America Carlos Ronderos at firstname.lastname@example.org.