1. Our Business Model in a Video
2. You want to.....
……THEN WE CAN HELP YOU!
Price pressures, growing competitors from abroad, or delayed arrival for prefabricated materials are common challenges nowadays for companies in a globalized world.
In addition, the broken supply chain during the pandemic made us even more aware of how dependent businesses are on countries such as China or India. Moreover, the container ship accident on the Suez Canal led to shipping delays, low stock and exploding overheads.
On the other hand, rapidly emerging global economy creates numerous opportunities for businesses to expand their revenues, drive down their costs and boost their profit.
To remain competitive, WE partner with you to expand your company to Mexico and take the advantage of:
3. Building an Eco-System in Mexico
We from Mexpansion bring together the different “nodes”; we build with all our partners the basic building blocks and ensure so to split and decrease costs in:
4. Our Services
We focus on SMEs and start-ups who have (or will have) a significant sales market in Central and South America and/or want to diversify their portfolio or produce or provide services close to their customers.
We ensure that you increase your profitability, sales and market share of your company.
We are in Mexico at present and will support you in the whole expansion process with various activities like:
5. Our Mission, Vision & Values
Our goal is to help to connect in a globalized world professionals to make them more productive and successful. By doing that, we help to:
Create new Workplaces Mexico
Help Companys to settle them down in Mexico
Increase Competitive Advantage
By expanding your company to Mexico, we are focused to ensure following values:
Transparency in costs
Ensure your Quality Standards
Being compliant with Employee Rights and Laws
6. About Us
With the large network, language and culture knowledge, as well as the unique business Model we have created, we are convinced that Mexpansion can help you to a successful and sustainable Expansion to Mexico.