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March 24, 2017



B2B New Mexico’s Border

The SJC Small Business Development Center and International Business Accelerator is conducting a Business to Business: Supplying the Growing Industrial base on New Mexico’s border with Mexico’s maquiladora (twin plant) Industry on Thursday, March 30th from 1pm-3pm at the School of Energy.

The International Business Accelerator (IBA) team, which is the international trade counseling program of the Small Business Development Center Network, will be in Farmington on March 30 to conduct B2B sessions with companies interested in providing inputs for Mexico’s maquiladora (twin plant) industry, and the growing industrial base in Santa Teresa, along New Mexico’s southern border region. The New Mexican companies producing or shipping these parts to Mexico are themselves buying everything from Pallets, safety goggles, inert gases, sheet wrap, tie binds, and office supplies. To see if your product or service is being sourced view the inputs list here http://nmiba.com/inputs/.

Contact Jessica Herrera for more information by email at [email protected] or call 575-589-2200.

Rural Export Forum

The SJC Small Business Development Center is hosting the Rural Export Forum: Connecting Rural Business with Export Resource on Thursday, March 30th from 9am-4pm at the School of Energy.

Come join us for the U.S. Commercial Service and its resource partners for a regional export conference. Learn about resources to promote goods and services produced in rural America. Join and learn as our Arizona and New Mexico partners discuss rural export opportunities in three tracks: E-Commerce, Tourism and Manufacturing. Meet one-on-one with resource partners for identifying market opportunities and receive help in overcoming international sale challenges.

Register at http://ruralexport.eventbrite.com or contact Henry Silentman for more information by email at [email protected] or call 505-368-1321.

 

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