Digitally Connected projects are great market entry projects for corporations excited about expanding their brand into new and emerging markets. With the support of our partners and sponsors we can fulfill the need's of people in emerging markets all over the world. Our mission is to forever change the way the world thinks about international trade and with your support of Digitally Connected we can.
Digitally Connected are sustainability infrastructure projects conducted in new and emerging markets supported by the USAID, the IDB Lab, corporate sponsors, and resource partners from industries all over the world. Three to five year projects where we build sustainable supply chain solutions and solve the long term challenges in the global supply chain. We are reducing agricultural waste and the negative impact of climate change.
Governments all over the world are spending billions of dollars on infrastructure projects because developing a sustainable supply chain solution means connecting the US to new and emerging markets around the world and new business for our sponsors. Digitally Connected sponsors have a rare opportunity to integrate their products & services directly into the infrastructure of a new and emerging country. Essentially, you become a household name.
The top 5 industries for new business in Latin America are:
- Engineering & Construction
- Water Resources Equipment
- Medical Equipment & Facilities
- Safety & Cybersecurity
- Food Processing & Packaging
- and more...
Benefits & Rewards
Digitally Connected projects are great market entry projects for corporations excited about expanding their reach into new and emerging markets. Project sponsors are entitled to a range of exclusive benefits & rewards including exposure in the retail and consumer industry. Both in America and abroad. Benefits such as
- Campaign visibility in front of 30,000+ members of exclusive online communities, social media, and step & repeat at events.
- Special invitations to visit Peru.
- Networking happy hours in Peru for new business with the Government.
- and more...
We were approved to participate in the New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative of the United States Agency for International Development in Peru's (USAID/Peru) This highly competitive funding opportunity from the Peru New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative is designed to increase the sustainability and impact in Alternative Development (AD). AD assistance in Peru has helped the country reduce coca cultivation substantially and, subsequently, cocaine production with information technology in supply chains. For more information about Digitally Connected Peru.
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