SME Business in Nicaragua and Chile

Export promotion agencies in both countries are to implement a program of coaching on exporting and preinternationalization.

Monday, February 4, 2013

The Association of Producers and Exporters of Nicaragua (APEN) and the ProChile Agency will sign an agreement in the coming weeks bringing great benefits to small and medium enterprises from both countries.

According to Juan Manuel Sánchez, COO of APEN, "This agreement establishes a series of actions to benefit Nicaraguan and Chilean SMEs, enabling them to take advantage of business opportunities following the recent entry into force of the Free Trade Agreement between Nicaragua and Chile. "

According to an article in Laprensa.com.ni, one of the main elements of the agreement is the implementation of a coaching program on exporting and pre internationalization, which will be developed from next March by Chilean agency officials.

Sanchez added that in the case of Nicaragua, the attractions are aimed at establishing links with Chilean counterparts for technology transfer and consultancy.

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