Doing Business in Mexico 2016
Top Five Reasons Why U.S. Companies Should Consider Exporting to Mexico:
- Location, location, location – it is literally right next door, and has well-developed supply chains.
- NAFTA has eliminated most tariffs, reduced paperwork for exporting to Mexico and increased demand for U.S. goods and services.
- Mexico continues to experience strong economic growth.
- Recent economic reforms have liberalized key sectors such as energy and telecommunications.
- Close cultural, social and economic ties make Mexico a natural market to consider for first-time and expanding exporters.
Welcome and Introduction
Herbert Ouida, Director, Global Enterprise Network, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Moderator)
Mexico is Open for Business
Francisco Tovar, Consul for Economic Affairs Consulate General of Mexico in New York
Services Available Through the United States Department of Commerce
David Olson, Country Desk Officer for Mexico (invited)
Services Available through the State of New Jersey
Mr. Eddy S. Mayen, Director, New Jersey Department of State- Business Action Center
UPS as your Logistics Partner from Access Point to Access Point
Tim Rowe, Marketing Manager UPS
TD Bank as a Full Service International Bank
Charles Dugan, Vice President, TD Bank
Date: May 6, 2016
Time: 8:30 a.m. to noon
Location: Multiputpose Room, Student Union Building, Metropolitan Campus, FDU, Teaneck, NJ
Google Maps Directions to FDU
Registrations are open now and are required for the event.
Ticket prices are $35 (includes continental Breakfast) for general admissions. Students are$10 (valid student ID required). FDU staff, faculty and students are FREE.
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