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II Global Business Trip: 40 Andalusian technology companies to be promoted in the Chilean and Mexican markets

September 2, 2021
II Global Business Trip: 40 Andalusian technology companies to be promoted in the Chilean and Mexican markets

The Regional Ministry of Economic Transformation, Industry, Knowledge and Universities and the Andalusian Council of Chambers of Commerce has selected the 40 technology companies that will participate in the second edition of the Global Business Trip, which aims to promote business opportunities for the Andalusian ICT sector in the markets of Mexico and Chile. The programme, which this year takes place in a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, begins training in internationalisation and marketing for the participating companies on 13 September.

The programme is designed so that Andalusian-based SMEs and freelancers in the ICT sector can acquire the tools to market their products and services competitively and intelligently in these markets.

During the first four weeks, participants will receive individual advice from experts. From 11 October to 15 November, each company will have an agenda of personalised online B2B meetings with importers and distributors in this segment in Mexico and Chile, as well as two meetings with organisations and institutions in the country that will give them the keys to access the market.

The technological solutions developed by these firms belong preferably to the service sector, such as a cloud solution with Artificial Intelligence for the evaluation of learning, location systems, and management of agricultural fleets, or a financial planner. There are also products developed for the commerce sector, such as three-wheeled delivery vehicles and applications and systems in the field of tourism.

The first edition of this initiative accompanied 24 Andalusian companies in their internationalisation and commercialisation plans in 2019. Global Business Trip is free of charge for participants and is co-financed by the Regional Ministry of Economic Transformation and ERDF funds through Cámara España.