Blog Posts - Doing Business In Mexico



Entrepreneur Spotlight: Mike Airhart of Gecko Rock Resort

Located on a secluded beach 20 miles from international surfing hotspot of Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, the Gecko Rock Resort provides a quiet oasis for those looking to relax and enjoy amazing home cooked Mexican meals. The founder of the resort, Mike...
by Mexipreneur on May 25, 2015

Mexipreneur Tips: Ways to Call Mexico For Free (or almost free)

With all of the advances over the past few years in technology, international calling is becoming less expensive and new options for placing calls are popping up every day. This week I outlined how you can save on expensive international roaming char...
by Mexipreneur on Apr 8, 2015

Mexipreneur Tips: Ways to Call Mexico For Free (or almost free)

With all of the advances over the past few years in technology, international calling is becoming less expensive and new options for placing calls are popping up every day. This week I outlined how you can save on expensive international roaming char...
by Mexipreneur on Apr 8, 2015

Mexipreneur Tip: How To Avoid International Roaming Charges

One of the questions that I get asked by international business travelers is how to avoid the exorbitant roaming charges while traveling.  While this is another one of those “it depends” answers, I can give you some tips that might help...
by Mexipreneur on Apr 3, 2015

Mexipreneur Tip: How To Avoid International Roaming Charges

One of the questions that I get asked by international business travelers is how to avoid the exorbitant roaming charges while traveling.  While this is another one of those “it depends” answers, I can give you some tips that might help...
by Mexipreneur on Apr 3, 2015

Confirm, confirm, and confirm again

One of the things that mystifies foreigners doing business in Mexico the most is the fact that people are constantly showing up late for meetings or not at all.  For the most part, in the US you’ll agree on a time and place and someone sends a...
by Mexipreneur on Apr 24, 2014

Why Not to Use Western Union When Sending Money to Mexico

Years ago, Western Union used to be the “golden standard” for sending money abroad. Times have changed and so has my opinion of Western Union. I say this because I’ve recently had not one, but 3 poor experiences with Western Union t...
by Mexipreneur on Oct 14, 2013

Where to find Corporate Housing in Mexico City

When you are moving to a new country, finding a place to live is always a frustrating, challenging experience. Packing the boxes in your home country, deciding what to bring, choosing the right area to live in, and the list goes on and on. For those...
by Mexipreneur on Sep 27, 2013

Mexican Government Launches Support Network for SMEs

This past week, in a push to promote entrepreneurialism throughout the country, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, launched a special week for entrepreneurs.  This week is only part of a push that the current administration is making to support...
by Mexipreneur on Aug 19, 2013

Mexipreneur tips: I’m not getting responses

I’ve received a number of questions from people who are starting to do business in Mexico or at least trying to and a recurring theme seems to be: I’ve sent several emails and haven’t received any responses.  What am I doing wrong?
by Mexipreneur on Aug 5, 2013

Boots on the Ground in Mexico

When a company first looks to export or sell to Mexico, the question of whether or not having a local presence inevitably comes up.  Should we open an office?  Hire a country manager?  Have someone travel back and forth?  The correct answer depen...
by Mexipreneur on Jul 4, 2013

Mexipreneur Listed in Top 100 Entrepreneur Blogs to Follow in 2013

  An infographic by the team at CouponAudit .
by Mexipreneur on Apr 22, 2013

International Business Leaders Thoughts On Doing Business in Mexico

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by Mexipreneur on Mar 21, 2013

Mexico Flights: December Edition

While just a few years ago it seemed like airlines were cutting flights left and right, the demand for flights to and from Mexico is on the rise and carriers are paying attention. Volaris began flights between Sacramento and Guadalajara … Conti...
by Mexipreneur on Dec 5, 2012

Tipping in Mexico: How Much is Enough?

Tipping can be a sensitive subject, especially when doing business or traveling to a different country for the first time.  In the US, 15% tip is considered normal for standard service, while in nicer restaurants people usually pay upwards of …...
by Mexipreneur on Nov 26, 2012

What is a domicilio fiscal?

From time to time, I look at what people are searching for here on the blog and one of the most asked questions that has yet to be covered is the domicilio fiscal.  So, what is a domicilio fiscal and … Continue reading →...
by Mexipreneur on Nov 13, 2012

Get your tax back in Mexico !

If you are traveling to Mexico for business or pleasure, this is something you ought to know about…there are a number of establishments all over Mexico that participate in the Tax Back program. In order to get your taxes back, … Continue...
by Mexipreneur on Nov 1, 2012

It’s that time of year again…

This weekend, people all over Mexico set their clocks back one hour.  It’s that time of year when people doing business in the United States and Mexico get confused, meetings are missed and calls are delayed.  There is a one … Continue...
by Mexipreneur on Oct 29, 2012

Mexico: Business and Pleasure

Mexico: Business and Pleasure Mexico is one of the most interesting countries in the world to visit. Whether it’s enjoying the country’s beautiful beaches, coral reefs, colorful culture, flora and fauna, or visiting historical sites, Mexico o...
by Mexipreneur on Oct 23, 2012

What is the best way to send money to Mexico?

One of the questions that I get asked the most has to be “What is the best way to send money to Mexico?”  While the answer depends on the amount, the purpose, and the destination, I can provide a few … Continue reading →...
by Mexipreneur on Oct 2, 2012


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