The advantage of working from within Latin America but at the same time talking to UK manufacturers every day (having lived there 13 years) is that I get to hear both sides of the story. I can relate to the manufacturer who is looking at Latin America for business and I can relate to the Latin

Many UK companies contact us with one very clear question: how can I benefit from a free trade zone in South America? We have covered this elsewhere, but it is wonderful to have the opportunity to visit one of these somehow mysterious places and actually understand what goes on inside, why

Earlier this year, I wrote about PPPs in Uruguay and asked the question: are they totally doomed? Then I said to watch this space – and here’s why. Martin Finnigan, a PPP expert from Scotland and Director at Caledonian Economics in Edinburgh (where I had the pleasure of living four years),

Digital marketing matters in Latin America, but why should UK SMEs be thinking about it? We consulted EYDOS digital (based across Latin America and now also in London) and here are their thoughts… UK SMEs Targeting Latin America “Before we get into the nitty gritty area of ‘how digital

They are big and international. They were born in Latin America. And they could mean a lot to your business in the region. So what exactly are “multilatinas” and why do they matter to you? [caption id="attachment_4008" align="aligncenter" width="597"] From JBS investor relations

One of the things that surprises European travellers (including those on business) in Latin America is the lack of trains. But in the last four years, since I relocated back to South America, I see the terms “railways” and “Latin America” brought together more and more often, but

A region of 600 million people, 20 countries, a huge rainforest, the driest place in the world and the home of the longest mountain range on Earth (above-ground, for those of you interested in the sub-sea world), Latin America can be challenging. Add to that the current political crisis in Brazil