Medellin, Colombia. December 7, 2020. Today, United States Minority Chamber of Commerce, based in Miami, Florida announced a brand new international office-wide Prosper Colombia program in trade, international cooperation and investment with a mission to reduce poverty through the entrepreneurship spirit of America .
The main objective is organize an international corridor that will offer new and expanded support services to increase two-way trade and investment between Colombia and the powerful minority businesses in the United States. This is not just a new office; it is a new way of doing business with intelligence process to secure relations that will dramatically expand the investment by the United States in Colombia’s growth by harnessing private-sector resources and innovation.
The U.S.- Colombia relationship is evolving from an aid-based focus to a true partnership in trade , international cooperation and investment—based on dignity, equality, mutual respect, and profitability for mutual assistance. By connecting U.S. and Colombia companies with new business opportunities, the Chamber is commit to reduce poverty, illegal immigration and criminal activities creating good jobs, drive growth, and foster shared prosperity.
“We are very excited to do business in Colombia and facilitate the commerce , investment and the international cooperation with a mission to help members and partners in both segments to grow their businesses and build their brands, leveraging our vast global network to gain valuable, targeted exposure for members’ products and services”, said Doug Mayorga, CEO of the U.S. MCC, “ Our new centers in Medellin and Cali will be a new channel of business opportunities for U.S. companies through our business tours and networking events, the U.S. MCC provides members with privileged access to industry-specific insights and expertise, and creates opportunities for high-level matchmaking among potential business partners in Colombia”.
About U.S. MCC: Founded in Miami in 2020, is a private, not-for-profit, membership organization that represents the interests of companies, partners and clients that have, or that are interested in establishing business and commercial relations between the United States and Colombia particularly in export, import, investment and international cooperation. The portfolio of the Chamber are ranging from individual, minority small-medium companies , entrepreneurs to large corporations – and advance the interests of our members through contacts and interaction with direct buyers-suppliers. For more information: www.minortychamber.net