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Endeavour and Vantaz Group launch internationalisation plan for entrepreneurs and hope to increase exports by 50% by 2023
The strategy includes the creation of a committee made up of Kathleen Barclay, Mauro Mezzano, Manuel Rozas, Felipe Valdés, and José Manuel Correa.
Santiago, December 14, 2020. As part of the collaboration agreement signed by Endeavour and Vantaz Group, both organizations launched the Strategic Entrepreneur Internationalisation Plan, which among other objectives, aims to increase the percentage of exports from this group by 50% by 2023.
The implementation of this roadmap will be supported by an expert committee made up of Kathleen Barclay, Endeavour Advisory Board Member and Business Director, Manual Rozas, Entrepreneur and Founder of Kura Biotec, Felipe Valdés, Entrepreneur and Co-founder of Tiaxa, José Manuel Correa, CEO of Endeavour Chile, and Mauri Mezzano, Co-CEO and Partner of Vantaz Group.
Both Endeavour and Vantaz have been working for several years on the challenge of internationalisation as a key step toward the success of entrepreneurs in the development of the country. They saw the need to launch an even more robust plan that will enable them to take this challenge to a national level. “We believe that the keys to strengthening the international expansion of our entrepreneurs lie in facilitating global connections, generating quality strategic ties, and supporting the personal and professional challenge that lies behind the internationalisation of an entrepreneur,” says Camila Correa, Director of Market Access for Endeavour.
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