The Monterey Bay International Trade Association (MBITA)
MBITA is a non-profit organization dedicated to provide trade promotion services to the California, U.S. and foreign country business communities. MBITA utilizes advanced Global eCommerce technologies for its clients and members to maximize global trade opportunities.
MBITA manages TradePort.org and the TradePort Collaborator, an online private community of trade promotion service specialists from non-profit organizations and government agencies located throughout California. This intranet is designed to act as a central source of qualified expertise, information, intelligence and contacts that these specialists can utilize to better serve small to mid-sized exporters and importers in California with more effective trade promotion and trade facilitation services.
Paseo de la Reforma No. 34-302.
Col. Juárez . Del. Cuauhtémoc. CP. 06600
TEL. 5703 30 60 / 5546 1510
Asociación Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias A. C. (AMEXME)
We are an organization that brings together women entrepreneurs, owners or shareholders involved in the operation of micro, small, medium and large companies.
Among women entrepreneurs there is a great diversity of political beliefs, ideas, abilities, leadership, economic possibilities and needs of development, allowing us to share experiences and come together with a common goal: the strengthening of the economic activity of our companies; While we encourage our development as women in a context of equality of opportunity which allows us to conquer spaces within our social, political and economic fields.
The Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
The Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a nonprofit organization that provides expert no-cost advising, low cost workshops and small business trainings, to guide small businesses to success and accomplishment.
The Silicon Valley SBDC serves the Greater Silicon Valley Area, which includes Santa Clara and South San Mateo Counties, is hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley, and is part of the Northern California SBDC network. We work hands-on with entrepreneurs and business owners to address challenges, seize opportunities and grow our client’s bottom line.
BayBrazil was founded in 2010 to serve as a source of information and assist business communities in Silicon Valley and Brazil to establish bi-lateral ties. BayBrazil creates a series of programs to nurture entrepreneurial ecosystems and address critical issues of doing global business. BayBrazil works with several organizations to encourage networking among the Brazilian-American tech community and increase interaction & business between the two countries.
World Association of Women Entrepreneurs (FCEM):
FCEM is non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and non-sectarian organization whose activities at the national and international level are aimed at promoting women’s entrepreneurial initiatives and reinforcing national associations of women business owners. FCEM is the acronym for ‘Les Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises Mondiales’, or World Association of Women Entrepreneurs. Today, the FCEM network includes over 60 countries across five continents.
Opportunity International is a global non-profit organization that helps people in developing nations work their way out of poverty, strengthen their families and improve their communities. NAWBO and Opportunity International will work together to forge lasting connections between women business owners around the world.
BuyFromWomen™ is a new directory featuring exceptional products and services created and offered by women.
We invite women-owned businesses to hop aboard, apply to be listed, and help launch a global movement to buy goods and services from our intrepid women entrepreneurs around the world!
Women’s Networking Alliance
Women’s Networking Alliance provides a supportive environment which is fun, inspiring and enables the growth of the members as professional business owners.