International Insights: Business Between the U.S. & Mexico  8/15/2016


Suppliers looking to do business internationally face a variety of challenges, many which are unique to each country in which they are looking to do business. For U.S.-based suppliers looking to do business in Mexico, and Mexican suppliers looking to do business in the U.S., there are a host of regulations and logistics requirements that need to be addressed, particularly when it comes to food.

Julio Capuano, CEO of Enlace Corporativo, a Mexican importer and consulting firm addressing international business, provided some tips on suppliers looking to do business across the U.S.-Mexico border, during ECRM's International Foods EPPS held in Miami last month.

Among the topics discussed in the videos below are:

  • Logistics
  • Packaging and labeling
  • Government requirements
  • Working with mporters and distributors
  • Taxes
  • Contracts
The video playlist below also includes a segment on how Julio leverages ECRM's tools and processes to find new and unique products for import to Mexico.

Julio can be reached at julio@ecorporativo.com, or by phone at + 5255 41614302

(To see the full playlist, click the menu button on the upper left corner of the player)

(To see the full playlist, click the menu button on the upper left corner of the player)

Joseph Tarnowski

VP Content
ECRM

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