We offer practical courses to companies that wish to deepen or consolidate their knowledge for the export of their products or services.
We have experience in offering on-site training for the optimal use of rules of origin and customs procedures so that companies can take advantage of preferential trade agreements.
Online courses taught by specialists in commercial policy, business administration, international trade and entrepreneurship.
LMM Consulting is a company authorized and registered by the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare in Mexico (STPS) as an External Trainer. Registry number: LCC-130527-925-0013
We offer lectures and conferences on trade policy and international trade, entrepreneurship and supplier development.
We participate in conferences, seminars, workshops, and conventions of business organizations and associations, chambers of commerce, think tanks individual firms and government entities and international organizations.
We have offered courses to public and private sector actors and are part of academic institutions that seek for our expertise.
COURSES FOR BUSINESS WOMEN
We offer courses to enhance the capacities of women entrepreneurs to grow their firms and become successful entrepreneurs in the domestic and international markets.
We focus on topics that allow women entrepreneurs to go global, enhance their financial capacities, marketing, human resources and sales, among others.
Our training allows women business owners to acquire the skills to be part of multinational companies’ supply chain.
We thank you for your participation and contribution to our Seminar, we are extremely satisfied and as a result we were able to come up with many new ideas for our action plan in 2017
Nicole Verdugo, DIRECON, Chile
Workshop on Success Stories of Women-owned SMEs in International Trade, Santiago de Chile November 10, 2016.
Thank you for your valuable participation in this event. Your participation allowed us to comply with one of the main objectives of the Forum: to create a reflection space with the relevant actors on the origin, development and future of the Mexico-EU FTA
Dr. Jaime Zabludovsky, Chair, Mexico’s Council of International Affairs (COMEXI)
Conference: 15 Years of the Mexico-EU FTA, Mexico City September 28, 2015
It is always interesting for us to listen to the point of view of someone who has great experience and above all who provides us with objective and clear information
Domenico Fornari, Head of the Economic and Commercial Section of the Delegation of the European Union in Mexico.
Meeting of Economic and Trade Counselors, Mexico City October 20, 2014.
The 2012 Summit was certainly a success in terms of content and value for attendees. Your experience contributed to enrich the discussions that took place and to consolidate this event as an important forum for analysis and business perspectives. As a result of your participation we were able to establish the priorities that must be addressed in Mexico for the development of its potential as a country in the face of the global economy
Miguel Alemán Velasco, Chairman
Tenth Edition of Mexico Business Summit, Mexico City, November 11 – 13, 2012
I would like to express our sincere thanks for your cooperation and support at this symposium. As always, it has been an honor to have your expertise through your participation focused on “Mexico’s free trade agreements and the commercial advantages that rules of origin offer to Mexican products
José Rodrigo Roque Díaz, General Director of the Mexican Institute of Intellectual Property
High Level Colloquium on Denominations of Origin and Geographical Indications, Mexico City June 20, 2011
I am convinced that your knowledge and expertise have been an invaluable contribution for the officials who attended the course
María Celia Toro, General Director of the Matías Romero Institute
Preparatory Course for the Mid-Career Exam 2010, Mexico City November 16, 2010
Your presence and participation in the development of the topic "State of the Economy and Areas of Opportunity in the face of the current recession - Impact on Latin America's Economy" contributed to enrich the meeting and ensure the overall success of the event
Valentín Díez Morodo, Chairman COMCE
XVI Annual Congress of Mexican Foreign Trade, Querétaro, Mexico November 11, 2009