Last Thursday July 26, the executive director of the Export Hub and expert in international competitiveness, Javier Martínez presented his talk 8 key challenges to export from Venezuela in the convention center of Hesperia WTC Valencia.
The event, organized by the Chamber of Industry of the Carabobo State and the World Trade Center Valencia, was attended by executives and managers of Carabobo companies in search of opportunities to improve their competitiveness in international markets.
"For me it is an honor to be in the industrial heart of Venezuela in alliance with the WTC Valencia," said Martinez at the beginning of his conference.
He stressed the importance of Venezuelan companies aligning themselves towards a more competitive export culture and heinsisted that the key to success lies in reliability.
"Foreign trade is such a powerful element that it will survive in any circumstance in the world," Martinez emphasized.
He also stressed that exporters should be aware of the migration conditions of the countries where they wish to do business, as well as the tax regime, taxes, among other variables.
The preparation phase for exporting takes an average of 5 years overall, explained the director of the Export Hub.
According to the statistics presented by Martínez, in the learning phase 70% of the companies are forced to suspend their export plan. However, in the maturity phase, less than 1% abandon their export program.
HADRON is an educational program designed in the Export Hub for those companies that want to develop an export project, and compete in the international market.
In the program, an export project is taught over 90 days, accelerating exports within the companies and addressing the different challenges to start the process from Venezuela in 8 work sessions.
Those interested can register and pay the registration fee (valid for 3 people) through the website of the Exporting Hub.