Brazilian Businessmen Visit Panama

Representatives from various international franchises expressed their interest in operating in Panama.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Brazilian delegation met with Jorge Luis González, sub director of the Small and Medium Enterprises Authority (AMPYME).

"Ricardo Camargo, director of the Brazilian Franchise Association, remarked that they have analyzed Panama for developing businesses there, as the country benefits from a very good international perception, and has an important market, as it is an attractive tourist destination", reported Prensa.com.



More on this topic

Boost to Franchises in Guatemala

May 2012

An agreement between the Guatemalan Chamber of Commerce and the Guatemalan Association of Franchising aims to promote the model in order to achieve growth by opening up new markets.

Aida Rios, president of the Guatemalan Association of Franchises (AGF in Spanish), said the support of the GCC will allow companies interested in franchising to compete in other countries, improve financing options and project their image at events.

Guatemala in World Franchise Council

March 2012

The international body has accepted as a member the Guatemalan Association of Franchises, whose executives are hoping this will help attract more investment.

Julius Caesar Loarca Zea, project manager at the Guatemalan Association of Franchises, said the entry into World Franchise Council (WFC) opens the doors for national franchises to Europe and Asia.

Franchises Expanding in Panama

February 2012

Franchise operations in the country are planning new openings for this year, 2012, driven by economic growth.

Such is the case of Wing Zone Panama which has three restaurants in the country, and plans this year to open five new branches, said Adalberto Ferrer managing partner of the chain.

Guatemalan Franchises Target Brazilian Market

October 2009

Businessmen from the food sector are exploring the Brazilian market in order to expand their franchises.

Companies "Pollo Campero", "Go Green", "Los Cebollines" and "Tacontento" are studying this market for their expansion plans for 2010, reported Ricardo Camargo, secretary of the Brazilian Association of Franchises.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Business and Investment

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones


Professional ink refill franchise for sale

Ink and toner refills with latest generation machinery exclusively for the franchisee in Central America, investment opportunity with fast return.
Ink and toner refills with latest generation machinery...

Stock Indexes

(Apr 6)
Dow Jones
-5.60%
S&P 500
-5.10%
Nasdaq
-5.64%

Commodities

(Dec 1)
Brent Crude Oil
47.58
Coffee "C"
123.55
Gold
1,787
Silver
22.905