An interview – and real-life examples! We have covered free trade zones in this blog before. This time, we are going straight to the point: we ask Rodolfo Faccini (*) in Uruguay about the real benefits of using these zones and we ask him for real-life examples of how companies from all over

I was delighted to be invited by top Latin American business publication, América Economía, to attend the 7th Multilatinas Conference in Lima earlier this month. There were some brilliant speakers at this conference, which focuses on the most global companies born in Latin America (if you

Anuga is one of the world’s largest and most important food and drink trade shows. It opens its doors on October 7th in Cologne, Germany. Many of the buyers attending will be coming from Latin America. They could be your distributors. They could visit your stand. You are probably interested

Ella’s Kitchen is a popular British baby food brand, starting to spread into Uruguay.  They specialise in turning simple and natural ingredients into a delicious and nutritive baby food, focusing not only on the taste but on children’s five senses; the stimulating colours, textures and names

Which are Latin America’s largest companies? Would you like them to become your clients? Or are you afraid of them as competition? Could they be your best partners? Or your worst nightmare? The prestigious regional publication America Economia has just launched their ranking of the 500 largest

You might remember that back in May we shared an opportunity from Uruguay’s British Embassy, inviting UK companies to explore the Uruguayan market and find new partners? I was invited to present at the event – so here’s a report on how it went. After the morning briefing, the

I’ve visited Ecuador twice now. It’s a very interesting country, with a lot of potential. After a controversial election earlier this year, Lenin Moreno is now president. The previous president, Rafael Correa, was a very controversial figure, particularly in his approach to media relations