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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...

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...

Commitments Between New Zealand, Singapore, and Key Trading Partners

Commitments Between New Zealand, Singapore, and Key Trading Partners

During the COVID-19 outbreak, commitments have been made between New Zealand, Singapore, and a number of key trading partners. These commitments include mainly about the trade lines they have. The pandemic has created significant disruption to the global economy and world trade, as production and consumption are set back across the globe. Businesses are facing significant challenges and need to adapt rapidly. Many governments are trying to navigate their economy through this crisis with...

How to Liquidate a Company in New Zealand

How to Liquidate a Company in New Zealand

It is essential to know the steps to liquidate a company in New Zealand if business operations are not playing out as planned in these challenging economic times. Sometimes, the most beneficial action to take is to close company operations to avoid accumulating further expenses. This makes liquidation a viable option for executives when reorganization or further capital injections are not feasible.There are various ways to liquidate, cancel and dissolve business in New Zealand. As a result, it...

How to Get a New Zealand Business Visa from India

How to Get a New Zealand Business Visa from India

Find out how to apply for a New Zealand Business Visa from India in this overview and step-by-step guide. New Zealand not only attracts businesses with a high GDP per capita, a strong workforce, a reliable government and legal system; New Zealand’s biggest treasure might be the New Zealanders themselves - also referred to as Kiwis. After receiving your New Zealand Business Visa you will be able to discuss doing business with your local partner over a fine NZ wine.  More specifically, you...

Australia and New Zealand’s Economic Packages to Support Business

Australia and New Zealand’s Economic Packages to Support Business

Find out about Australia and New Zealand's economic packages to support business for local companies. Like many countries. these South Pacific Island nations have taken measures against COVID-19. Strict social distancing measures in place across the world can impact business activity quite significantly, as many are unable to operate, or are operating at a reduced capacity. The global economic situation has changed, and businesses may struggle to stay afloat.Australia and New Zealand are...

Overview of the Nice Classification System for Trademarks

Overview of the Nice Classification System for Trademarks

The Nice International Classification System for trademarks was established by the Nice Agreement as an international classification for both goods and services when registering trademarks. When planning a market entry strategy into Latin America, many miss the opportunity to use trademark services and and the protection they grant.  Trademark services in Latin America are an excellent and highly recommended way to shield and protect your investment and intellectual property in Latin...

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...

International Leaders Plan Strategic Direction for the Year Ahead

International Leaders Plan Strategic Direction for the Year Ahead

Bogotá, 1 March 2020 – Biz Latin Hub leaders from all over Latin America are coming together in Bogotá over the next week to share updates of the operations of their respective country offices. Together with Managing Director Craig Dempsey and Chairman David Wright, they'll map out the company's growth strategy for the next 12 months, and plan the future movements of their respective offices. Biz Latin Hub's Corporate Office will host international business leaders from its 12 offices across...

Digital Trade Agreement Supports E-commerce in New Zealand, Chile, Singapore

Digital Trade Agreement Supports E-commerce in New Zealand, Chile, Singapore

New Zealand e-commerce companies stand to benefit from a new digital trade agreement with Chile and Singapore. In January 2020, the 3 countries concluded negotiations on a ‘Digital Economy Partnership Agreement’ (DEPA). This agreement aims to support digital trade channels and digital economy growth between the countries, and identify new opportunities for international e-commerce businesses. New Zealand online-based companies are empowered to secure new international trade channels with two...

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