The Government of Mexico invites you to participate in the second round table of e-business for Mexican businesswomen, MujerExporta Mx, which aims to enhance their export opportunities.
This is based on establishing links with importing companies from Australia, Canada, the United States, Japan and New Zealand.
The initiative organized by the Ministers of Economy and Culture; Finance, public credit, external relations and the National Institute for Women, in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank, ConnectAmericas, and Women in International Trade, will take place from May 11-14 this year, in virtual format.
This meeting also includes a specialized training program on the panorama that Mexican businesswomen face upon export and in the opportunities presented by the Mexico-US-Canada Free Trade Agreement (T-MEC), and the Trans-Pacific Comprehensive and Advance Agreement (TIPAT).
Exporting companies wishing to apply for participation must meet certain characteristics, among them: direct or indirect ownership of 10% of the company must be the property of a woman who holds Mexican citizenship; You are a Mexican Micro, Small or Medium sized Producer or Legal Marketer and have a valid RFC.
Likewise, you have sufficient production capacity for export, among others which can be consulted on the page: https://www.gob.mx/se/acciones-y-programas/mujerexportamx-268920?state=published.
In the event that companies buy, they must be legally incorporated into one of the five target markets, have experience importing goods from a country in Latin America or the Caribbean, and have a page The web functional.
Registration can be done online from April 12th to May 9th at the site https://mbmapp.com/event/mujerexportamx2; The training sessions will be held on May 11 and 12, while business meetings will be from 11 to 14 of the same month.