The Government of El Salvador, through the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (PROESA), coordinated a commercial mission to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, framed within the Program Export More 2013. From the 17th to the 18th of September, eleven Salvadorian companies of the goods sector will have the opportunity to meet with their Dominican counterparts to explore business opportunities and increase their current trade ties to that country.
To support companies in their internationalization process, this mission of Export More opens with an opening ceremony the evening of September 16th. At the ceremony, Salvadorian entrepreneurs of the eleven participating companies will receive their schedule of meetings, which are scheduled on the 17th and 18th of September, with between 6 and 10 meetings per entrepreneur.
The participating companies are from the goods sector, and the list includes Algier’sImpresores; Bemisal, S. A. de C. V.; Casa Bazzini; DrogueríaHermel; In House Print; Industrias Monerva; Industrias Pichinte; Industrias Plásticas; Panadería Santa Eduvigis; Patronic (Sabor Amigo), and Perfiles Internacionales.
Export More is an interagency program that was launched on June 11th of this 2013, whose aim is to support Salvadorian companies currently exporting but who are interested in diversifying and increasing them. The program, part of the Export Promotion Strategy of the Government, was structured around four main pillars, one of which is to coordinate a commercial mission to the selected target market, in this case Dominican Republic.