ABOUT US

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VISION

To serve as the strategic and operational partner for companies to reach their international goals.

MISSION

To develop and put all the necessary tools to the disposal of the company we represent in order to achieve their international objectives, under fair and attractive schemes, on a temporary or permanent basis, while keeping the identity and values of the company.

PROFILE

We are a highly motivated, multicultural, specialized and experienced team with a common passion for international business.

Our team consists of consultants who specialize in the development of international business, such as research, networking, strategy, marketing, sales, distribution, ICT, logistics and negotiation. A team of business facilitators who develop business projects directly in the Netherlands and Spain. Besides we have European partners with proven experience in many different sectors.

We develop projects for large multinationals and SMEs in different sectors and from different countries. Also, we partner with governments to represent them locally in our markets of influence as their foreign trading agency or area of ​​attraction for FDI. Examples of government agencies we have worked with for a long time include IBW, Wales UK Trade and Investment Agency and BOI, Thai Investment Council.

Our focus is on seeking business opportunities through a hands-on approach to the market, leveraging our networks of contacts and experience to define and execute strategy and negotiate with potential buyers.

In addition, we are part of the Global MX Network’s network of private business cells, a program that focuses on supporting the internationalization of Mexican companies to Europe.

MANAGEMENT

Guillermo Orta

Director General

Orta International

Alejandro Wegner

Director Germany

Leopoldo Araujo

Director  Suiza-Liechtenstein

We develop strategies and implement actions for the internationalization of companies to Europe, using the Netherlands as the entrance door