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Survey helping to shed light on business opportunities in Mexico and beyond now open

By Export Council of Australia · June 10, 2015

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The Export Council of Australia (ECA) is conducting a practical examination of the opportunities for greater engagement by Australian businesses in Latin America, specifically in a reforming Mexico. As part of this project, the ECA is conducting a short survey that is open to all Australian businesses.

If you are currently selling your goods and/or services to Mexico, help us understand your experience.

If you are not, help us by sharing your perceptions on the market, as well as opportunity in Latin Americas in general.

The results from this survey will help inform the ECA’s wider project, "Mexico: A Gateway to the Americas", supported by Austrade.

If you are an Australian company or an Australian-affiliated company, please take 5 minutes to complete this important survey. Your opinions and perspectives matter and will be a valuable contribution to our project.

To start the survey please follow the link: https://www.research.net/r/eca_mexico

The survey closes on 30 June 2015 at 5pm AEST. Your survey responses will remain strictly confidential.

Look out for our report available in hard and digital copies from August 2015, as well as an accompanying mobile app.

About us:

The Export Council of Australia is the peak industry body for the Australian export community. Owned by its members and steered by a Board and Council of Industry specialists, the ECA is a not-for-profit organisation that has the development of Australia’s resources via the promotion of Australian industry in international markets as its primary goal.

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) contributes to Australia’s economic prosperity by helping Australian businesses, education institutions, tourism operators, governments and citizens as they develop international markets, win productive foreign direct investment, promote international education, strengthen Australia’s tourism industry and seek consular and passport services.

 

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