World Trade Week: Destination Spain

Spain’s got troubles, to be sure. But the world’s 9th-largest economy (right around California, with similar struggles) is still an A-List destination for US exporters. Spain-based Banco Santander is the EuroZone’s largest bank, and are driving sound economic recovery strategies.

There’s an outstanding resource group called Invest In Spain, whose many fine resources include a comprehensive guide called Doing Business in Spain 2011.

El Poble Nou: Barcelona Re-Born

That ought to make good beach reading for anyone interested in learning how and where to plot global growth.

In the past two quarters, Hanson Marketing has identified opportunities to trade with Spain in diverse sectors: alternative energy, rail transportation, and professional services. When paired with the US Department of Commerce Foreign Commercial Service, exporters in the US are armed with excellent, timely tools for successful trade.

For a great perspective from Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke, visit the Department of Commerce’s website here. More here: http://www.trade.gov/worldtrademonth/

Exporting your company’s goods and services to Spain and other points is the best way to boost your overall revenues and stake claim as leader in your industry. Whether a small, family firm or an enterprise, you’re this close to being regarded as Thought Leader for your market sector!

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