INNOVACCION Convention in Guatemala

Opening up markets in the Caribbean is one of the strategic initiatives to support the 6% annual growth in the manufacturing sector.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

A statement from AGEXPORT reads:

Because of the economic impact that the Manufacturing Sector has on the development of Guatemala, the industry has developed a strategy with systematic actions to contribute to the realization of unique value propositions in all sub sectors which will result in competitive advantages and thereby maintain global markets. This strategy, together with the international expert in innovation, Mario Morales, aims to give Guatemalan SMEs more tools.

The Manufacturing Sector, which represents 27% of Guatemala's total exports, has accumulated to July this year $1.967 million. This sector is represented by the Commissions of Handicrafts, Furniture Manufacturers and Forest Products COFAMA, Miscellaneous Manufacturers, Plastics and Food and Beverage, with the latter two areas seeing the highest rises.



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"Micro, small and medium businesses generate most jobs in Guatemala, this project will help promote growth and increase their productivity," said Felipe Jaramillo, World Bank Director for Central America. "Promoting sustainable growth and productivity is one of the World Bank´s priorities for the Partnership Strategy with Guatemala," he added.

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The project aims at improving quality standards, which increases chances of incursions into international markets by Small and Medium Enterprises, specifically the European market.

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