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Nicholas Baker, Trade Commissioner & Counsellor Commercial at Austrade, Shares Insights on Australian Trade Connections and Opportunities

Nicholas Baker, Trade Commissioner & Counsellor Commercial at Austrade, Shares Insights on Australian Trade Connections and Opportunities

Dr Baker shares his insights on Austrade's new client services and trade opportunities in Latin America post Covid-19. This month, Biz Latin Hub’s Chelsea Heywood was privileged to connect with Dr Nicholas Baker, Trade Commissioner and Counsellor Commercial for Australia’s Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), based in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Dr Baker shares his insights on Austrade’s new client services and trade opportunities in Latin America post Covid-19. Learn...

Perceptions of Doing Business in Latin America: Cautious Optimism For Future Growth and Opportunities

Perceptions of Doing Business in Latin America: Cautious Optimism For Future Growth and Opportunities

In June 2020, the Biz Latin Hub team launched a survey asking for information about individuals’ perceptions about doing business in Latin America. In June 2020, the Biz Latin Hub team launched a survey asking for information about individuals’ perceptions about doing business in Latin America. We received a range of responses from 75 business owners, executives, government officials and other specialists operating in over 40 countries worldwide. 57.3% of respondents are considering expanding...

Register and Protect Your Trademark in Central America

Register and Protect Your Trademark in Central America

Registering your trademark in Central America protects your intellectual property from competitors. A trademark is defined as a unique sign that distinguishes your product or service from others. Once registered, you must take certain steps to protect your trademark regularly. Central America is comprised of 7 countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Central America is comprised of 7 countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras,...

Survey: Help Us Understand Current Attitudes on Doing Business in Latin America

Survey: Help Us Understand Current Attitudes on Doing Business in Latin America

Take our short survey and share your perceptions about the current and future outlook for doing business in Latin America: Perceptions of doing business in Latin America | Hacer negocios en América Latina We are seeking to understand general attitudes about working or doing business in Latin America, and understand what individuals and companies may be planning for the future. We are seeking to understand general attitudes about working or doing business in Latin America, and understand what...

What are the Free Trade Agreements in Guatemala?

What are the Free Trade Agreements in Guatemala?

Guatemala is bolstered by free trade agreements with the United States, the European Union and other Central American countries. The diverse country is blessed by its strategic location, representing a natural bridge between North and South America. In addition, the country takes advantage of being located in the Eastern Standard Time (EST)  zone, which is congruent with key hubs of the lucrative North American market. Guatemala, therefore, meets the best preconditions for conducting trade and...

Use PEO Services in Latin America to Continue Business During Restricted Travel Periods

Use PEO Services in Latin America to Continue Business During Restricted Travel Periods

Businesses may consider utilizing PEO services in Latin America to support their business continuity planning. Like many countries, Latin American governments are currently placing restrictions on travel and commercial activity as part of their measures to counter the spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19. Economies worldwide - and the businesses within them - are experiencing varying effects on their commercial activity from these restrictions. The short and medium-term future for businesses may...

Essential Back Office Services in Central America for Business Expansion

Essential Back Office Services in Central America for Business Expansion

Back office services in Central America are essential for business expansion Outsourcing your non-core functions such as data entry and document conversion reduces the pressure on your own employees on the ground, and the risk of non-compliance in a new market with unfamiliar regulations.  When seeking externally provided back office services in Central America, you  avoid the trouble of hiring specialist employees, and investing in technological and infrastructural fronts. Your work is...

Understand Local Workforce Potential When Investing in Central America

Understand Local Workforce Potential When Investing in Central America

Harness valuable workforce resources when investing in Central America by looking at expansion options in the Northern Triangle. The Northern Triangle of Central America includes the countries of Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. In recent years, these countries have gradually strengthened regional economic ties through diversifying their social, political and economic integration. The Northern Triangle’s connections to the US and Canada are strong, which leading many companies...

5 Reasons to Incorporate a Company in Central America

5 Reasons to Incorporate a Company in Central America

Central America is an exciting region to do business. Often overshadowed by larger neighbouring markets, this region offers many important commercial advantages. This includes special economic zones, tax and other commercial benefits, regional integration, and ease of doing business. Entrepreneurs and foreign investors looking at expanding into Latin America should consider the benefits posed by a rapidly developing region. We look at 5 valuable elements that enable investors to incorporate a...

Why Start a Business in a Free Trade Zone in Latin America?

Why Start a Business in a Free Trade Zone in Latin America?

Business today in Latin America is broadening with investors seeking a chance to start businesses in these regions. However, taking the leap and starting investments in a different country can be a difficult decision regardless of extensive independent research. Realistically, some businesses are successful, and some fail due to the lack of knowledge on whether their goods and services impact the market and location. All it takes is a bit of help from an external market specialising in...

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