Mexico ranks 2nd among U.S. export destinations and 3rd among Virginia export destinations. Some of the top opportunities for U.S. exporters in Mexico include: Automotive Parts and Supplies Renewable Energy Environmental Technologies and Water Internet and IT Services Medical Devices Security and Safety Equipment and Services Telecommunications Equipment Building Materials and Services
Lansinoh Laboratories, Inc., the market leader in breastfeeding accessories, has signed an agreement with MEXEX to distribute its products in Mexico. Lansinoh is a participant in VEDP’s marquee export promotion program, the Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program, designed to accelerate the success of Virginia companies in international markets. Launched in January 2002, the two-year… Read more
This report examines the energy sectors in Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Brazil and identifies opportunities for Virginia’s defense-related companies. The report includes an overview of the energy and refining sectors in each country, including: An initial assessment on world energy and refining markets Information on each market Key players in each market Economic, political and legislation… Read more
In partnership with Old Dominion University, this report presents overviews of the top 10 markets for maritime defense exports by Virginia defense contractors. Top 10 Export Markets for Virginia’s Maritime Industry: 1 Japan View Summary Download Report 2 Australia View Summary Download Report 3 United Kingdom View Summary Download Report 4 South Korea View Summary Download… Read more
Alejandro Payan of Equinox Energy Solutions presents opportunities for Virginia companies in the international energy sector. Countries of focus include Colombia, Mexico, Chile and Brazil.
When traveling to a foreign country, you may be required to obtain a business visa or travel visa. Visa requirements vary depending on the purpose of your trip, such as tourism, business, or employment, and the country you will be visiting. Work permit requirements also vary by country and trip purpose. It is often the… Read more
When traveling for business overseas, there are visa and health requirements to consider, national holidays to avoid, trade events to schedule, and troubled areas to avoid. When planning a business trip abroad, the best place to start is with the local embassy or consulate of your destination country. Officials that work in embassies and consulates… Read more