Miami, Florida 3 de Marzo, 2021. Today, the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce (U.S. MCC) , based in Miami, Florida announces a new international office in San Jose, Costa Rica “The Business and Facilitator Corridor for trade, international cooperation, and investment”. The HUB is not open to the public and requires formal registration: www.estadosunidos.online
The main objective is to organize an international corridor that will offer new and expanded support services to increase two-way trade and investment between Costa Rica and the powerful U.S. minority businesses. This is not just a new office; it is a new way of doing business with an intelligence process to secure relations that will dramatically expand the investment by the United States in Costa Rica’s growth by harnessing private-sector resources and innovation.
The U.S.- Costa Rica relationship is evolving from an aid-based focus to a true partnership—based on dignity, equality, mutual respect, and profitability. By connecting U.S. and Costa Rica companies with new business opportunities, the Chamber is committed to reduce poverty, illegal immigration, and criminal activities creating good jobs, drive growth, and foster shared prosperity. The Chamber organize the first Trade Mission arriving to the Country this March 11.
According to the Government of Costa Rica, there are more than 200 multinational companies doing business in the country in 2020, creating more than 26,000. The quality of life in Costa Rica is high. It is the safest country in Latin America and one of the 5 countries with the best environmental performance worldwide, and a lovely place to live and enjoy.
“Today is a great pleasure to announces the HUB of the U.S. MCC in Costa Rica. The nation of beautiful peoples, mountain, rivers and beaches has attributes undoubtedly generate a powerhouse for US companies doing business in the country with multiple benefits, and offers a politically stable environment, closeness to Miami and an international reputation that precedes it in education, tourism, technological, manufacturing and service matters. Costa Rica will be a key partners for our development in Central America” Said Doug Mayorga, CEO, and Founder of the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce. “Get in touch with us for your personalized assistance when doing business in Costa Rica.”.
The new Executive Director in Costa Rica for the Chamber, Dr. Lucy Jimenez, giving details about the relocation program. “Moving into a new business facility in my country, Costa Rica is a complex, challenging process, but our relocation services can help you manage it. We take our infrastructure and logistic expertise and transfer it to the process in an expedite and perfect movement. That means organizing, legalize, find your place commercial or industrial, and prepare all your move to Costa Rica, including your materials, machinery, and equipment in the most efficient way possible with different programs tailored to you” said the Chamber’ Senior Administrator with a high credential in the country.
About the Costa Rica HUB: The U.S MCC prioritizes services, resources, and investment programs to assist U.S companies to relocate their operations in Costa Rica. If any member or non-member company want to make the new venture to operate with connections and cultural understanding in Costa Rica, the chamber is ready to provide special packages with abundant opportunities, office space or virtual with a delicate line, bilingual personnel, excellent infrastructure to operate, a talented, skilled workforce, and access to private, public sector and private decision-makers in Costa Rica, this is the channel to make very easy your entrance in the country.
About U.S. MCC: Founded in Miami in 2000, is a private, not-for-profit, membership organization that represents the interests of U.S. minority companies, partners, and clients that have, or that are interested in establishing business and commercial relations between the United States and Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, Dominican Republic, and Costa Rica 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
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