The Chamber to join the U.S. policy in Colombia that has been guided by the U.S. Strategy for Engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean, a whole-of-government effort designed to promote economic prosperity, strengthen governance, and improve security in Colombia.
WASHINGTON, DC, March 21, 2022/ — The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce is producing the second trade mission in the roll to Colombia this March 31 to April 1, 2022, taking place at the exclusive hotel member of the Chamber in Colombia, Bogota Plaza located at 100 Street and Carrera 10 in the capital of the country. The event is not open to the public.
The USMCC is pleased to extend a business development and trade opportunity to current members and non-members of the USMCC. We invite energy sector, machinery for agriculture, high technology and software, security, auto parts, hospitality products, logistics, mining, and health and life sciences professionals to join the chamber for a personalized business development experience in Bogota, Colombia. U.S. delegates will gain new sustainable business opportunity insights and interact in high level engagements with Government representatives including mayors from diverse municipalities, industry associations and engage in face to face high level engagements with potential buyers.
“The United States Minority Chamber’s primary goal and commitment to our business delegation representatives is to assist them in expanding their international business opportunity with direct access to an emerging marketplace in Bogota. Our business delegation tour features a list of ‘who is who’ participants from the public and private sectors,” said Doug Mayorga, CEO of the USMCC. “Our mission for the sustainable economic development of U.S and Colombia’s future is made possible with the collaboration and cooperation of our members, partners and public officials in the country. Who wish to attract international , American investment and cooperation to develop capacity of fair business with small farming, exporters-importers, retails, wholesalers , and ignite a stronger relations between both nations.
The United States Minority Chamber is the voice for minority business organizations leading across the United States, and igniting prosperity across Latin America and the Caribbean through the commerce and ties. The USMCC is comprised of an engaged and highly collaborative network of U.S. exporters, importers, investors and donors and organizations innovating in agriculture, infrastructure, machinery, raw material, energy development and construction sectors.
As a part of the activity all U.S. delegate will enjoy the first anniversary in Bogota with a corporate reception Thursday March 31 at 6:30 PM with the presence of the candidates to be president of Colombia, Mr. Gustavo Petro and Mr. Sergio ( Fico) Fajardo.
The celebration of the Bogota HUB after one year of business assistance to Colombians, expecting more than 200 high level personages from the private and public sector of Colombia. The business corridor has a goal is to be a facilitator wide prosper U.S. -Colombia in trade and investment. The business center located at the lobby of the Hotel Bogota Plaza with a mission is “Connecting Colombia”. The HUB’s Operation started last April 1, 2021, and provides a well-designed office to support U.S. companies with demographic, due diligence and business relations.
The HUB offers a complete set of market entry and back-office services in Colombia, making a single point of contact for fully personalized corporate secretarial, translation, sale and logistical support in the country., and provide well-coordinated business services aligned for trade, relocation, U.S Visas and other tools through customized services in matchmaking relations.
About the U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce: Is a Global Business Association founded in the year 2000, is the largest minority small business and investors organization and the premier platform for business tours and meetings headquartered in Washington, D.C., and operation centers in Los Angeles, Colombia, Honduras, Ecuador, Tampa, Las Vegas, Pembroke Pines and Miami. The scope of International services serving entrepreneurs and foreign governments with matchmaking on three continents. The Chamber’s 35,000-plus members manage more than $20 billion in business trade and investment annually, designed to increase economic development and International cooperation across Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information, please refer to www.minoritychamber.net
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Maria Loaisiga – Public Affairs