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My Top Five Essentials for an International Long Haul Flight

When traveling long distances, packing can be a bit overwhelming.  You want to make sure you have everything, but at the same time you don’t want to be dealing with a heavy carryon dashing through the airport to make your flight.  If you are on a...
by Mexipreneur on May 4, 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

Mexipreneur Tip: What is “redondeo”?

                  If you’ve ever been in a Mexican grocery or convenience store, you will surely be asked “Te gustaria redondear?”, so what is this “redondeo” all about? Redon...
by Mexipreneur on Nov 14, 2014

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

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

Mexipreneur Listed in Top 100 Entrepreneur Blogs to Follow in 2013

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

Being Selective About Where To Export

As an international business consultant, I get emails coming across my desk all the time about new products or services that companies are interested in exporting.  While some of them are great, some of them are not.  What many businesses … C...
by Mexipreneur on Apr 11, 2013

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

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

Why There Has Never Been a Better Time to Find Work Abroad

I remember it like it was yesterday…startups were having record breaking IPOs, new hires were getting insane bonuses for just showing up, and the atmosphere was filled with excitement. And then it all came crashing down…companies that use...
by Mexipreneur on Aug 20, 2012

Global Entry Program: A Faster Way Through Customs

For those who travel frequently between the US and other countries, one of the biggest headaches is having a tight connection time and getting stuck in a never-ending customs line.  There are so many factors outside of your control that … Cont...
by Mexipreneur on Jul 5, 2012

Sending samples to Mexico

Sending samples sounds pretty straightforward, right?  You put the samples in a box, tape it up, ship it off, and hope for the best.  If you are sending samples to a customer or a potential client in Mexico, there are a … Continue reading &#...
by Mexipreneur on Jul 3, 2012

Why Alexa and backlinking are necessary for your small business

If you are just getting started with your new business, you are probably very excited about your new website.  You may have visions of clients flowing in after the site goes live, but unfortunately the “if you build it, they … Continue r...
by Mexipreneur on Feb 14, 2012

Doing Business in Mexico: Regional Differences

When many companies are looking to export for the first time, they look at countries with a single strategy.  It may be cost effective, it may be easy for other people in the company to wrap their heads around, but … Continue reading →...
by Mexipreneur on Feb 6, 2012


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