We are a New Generation of International Business Development organization born in 2018 with assistance from the U.S. Department of Commerce with experience working with U.S. Fortune 500 and Mexico state governments, Latin America, Asia and Canada.
Our experts in our team have many successful years under their belt in High Technology managing Texas Instruments subsidiaries in Latin America, in matching partnerships and projects between the U.S. and Mexico.
“As the world changes, our creative needs to change to adapt to a new world of Innovation and Creativity working hand to hand with marketing communications and business development” Said Mr. Romero. Executive Director and Creative Director, Texas BizCenter corporate office in Dallas.
We are a new generation of business where you mix all cultures and ethnicities — what is the U.S. today. Most important we all share the same principle and attitude, which is high respect for all of us and our clients and suppliers along with a 24/7 attitude to work and make things happen no matter the job and client. For us has been the essence of success. Proof of that is one of our partners, who owns one of the largest distribution companies in the U.S. with over $900 Million USD in sales.
To assist Texas and Mexico’s economic and business development agencies and companies interested in expanding in the Latin American markets and the U.S. business opportunities including the Hispanic markets.
Our client may be a Mexico government agency who wants to expand exports for certain products in some U.S. geographic areas or a US company in China who wants to move their in-shore facilities to the US/Mexico border.
Our capabilities in both sides of the border allow us to identify distribution and sales opportunities including real estate and personnel recruitment for a high tech or food companies. Including connectivity at strategic locations to operate efficiently. Needless to say Santa Teresa mega development in New Mexico border with Chihuahua and El Paso a 104,000 acres plus in process of development to connect Asia with the Port of Los Angeles and transfer merchandise via Union Pacific railroad for national distribution through Santa Teresa to East of the Mississippi.