On the 11th of this month, AMCHAM – American Chamber of Commerce Brazil-United States held in São Paulo the 1st edition of the Women Exporting workshop. The event, organized in partnership with the Women Entrepreneurs Network, detailed the export processes, negotiations between different cultures, the role of women in international entrepreneurship, and successful cases.\r\n\r\nThe program had five training modules and different experts, who shared their experiences and raised doubts of the public during the afternoon. Among the speakers was BMJ’s Foreign Trade Consultant, Monica Rodriguez.\r\n\r\nMonica was interviewed by the organizers of the event and said that companies have a hard time understanding what their business is and the product they are exporting. “As everyone already knows, it is not easy to do business in Brazil. The question of organizing and identifying exactly the product or service you want to offer is very important, “he added.\r\n\r\nBarral M Jorge, thinking about improving the performance of its clients, has just launched a new area within its portfolio: Regulatory Affairs\r\n\r\nIn addition, the expert said that it is always necessary to research the export destination markets and take into account the habits and cultural aspects of the nations that interest. “Will that nation absorb my product or service? If carried out efficiently, export brings many benefits, such as market diversification, increased productivity, lower tax burden and added value to the brand, “he said.\r\n\r\nWatch below the video of the event with tips for anyone who wants to export:\r\n\r\nOn the 11th of this month, AMCHAM – American Chamber of Commerce Brazil-United States held in São Paulo the 1st edition of the Women Exporting workshop. The event, organized in partnership with the Women Entrepreneurs Network, detailed the export processes, negotiations between different cultures, the role of women in international entrepreneurship, and successful cases.

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