SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA - World Trade Center San Francisco‘s President Clarita Mattox spoke at the international business events hosted by World Trade Center Sao Paulo early in March. Mrs. Mattox travelled to Brazil to meet with investors in various industries to explore business expansion opportunities outside of Brazil, and particularly, about the investment available for them in the United States.
World Trade Center Sao Paulo welcomed Mrs. Mattox to speak at the event “WTC Sao Paulo Seminario International” which was held on International Women Day i.e. March 8, 2016. Mrs. Mattox gave a presentation to over 100 investors from different industries specifically related to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the pathway to immigrate to the United States through the EB-5 Visa program.
On March 11, 2016 at The Expoville in Joinville, Santa Catrina, Mrs. Mattox spoke about the business services and investment opportunities provided by the World Trade Center San Francisco to its South American partners and was joined by other presenters including, Mr. Diego Pettinazzi (far right) from WTC Sao Paulo Business Club, Mr. Luis Delfim (second from right) from Marisol, Mr. Edwin Rodriguez (Center) from Procolombia and Mr. Klaus Curt Muller (far left) from ABIMAQ.
The events sponsors included various large organizations of Brazil, namely, Grant Thornton, Studio C, MAIS, Rosetta Stone, ASID and Expoville.
While talking about future plan of World Trade Center San Francisco Mrs. Mattox says,
“WTC San Francisco focuses in the mutual interest of our partners in Brazil and our frequent visits give us a more relevant connection to provide one on one attention to those who are seeking to expand their business in the USA. Our connection in South America is a primary market in our business plan. Building a personal relationship with our partners and clients is fundamental to our mutual success.”
World Trade Center San Francisco is now preparing to welcome several investors who will participate in investment tours throughout the USA.
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