AGEINCO companies are interested in Portuguese-speaking countries

In a meeting with the Union of Portuguese Language Exporting Countries they detect five business opportunities

April 6, 2018. Six companies of the Galician Association of Engineering and Consulting Companies (AGEINCO) met today with the Union of Portuguese Language Exporting Countries (UE-CPLP) at the Abanca Obra Social Center in Santiago. The event was attended by the president of AGEINCO, Fernando López Mera, as well as the secretary of the entity, Marta Gallego, and by the EU of the CPLP Spain its manager, Michael A. Calvo, as well as its director of communication, Lina Río .

During this meeting, at least five business opportunities were detected, such as the construction of a hospital, a frozen plant, rice plantations … in countries such as Angola, Mozambique, Sao Tome … In fact, in some of these projects A Galician company is already immersed. This Union of Countries looks for companies with a solvency, based on knowledge and quality of work, that offer a guarantee. Precisely, some qualities that AGEINCO companies present already have, because they are working in any of the countries of influence of the EU CLPLP Spain, even one already works with this union of countries. “Today a good part of the AGEINCO companies have been working internationally for years” explained López Mera.

Michael A. Calvo asked them “patience when it comes to working with these countries, because they work at a different pace”. After this first contact, in which the guarantee of these companies was evident, as well as their interest in these markets, Michael A. Calvo called for a subsequent personalized meeting and in which the services would be completed and, even, It would be contacted via online with those interested in each of the countries.

The Galician Association of Engineering and Consulting Companies (AGEINCO) has just signed a collaboration protocol with the Union of Portuguese Language Exporting Countries (EU-CPLP) in order to promote the internationalization of their companies

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