The service company for sending documents and packages abroad, DHL, reported that 70% of the parcels they receive for their transfer abroad come from small and medium-sized companies.
During a meeting with the press, the commercial manager of the foreign brand, Jenifer Sánchez, explained that they continue to support entrepreneurs to contribute to strengthening productivity in Venezuela.
He highlighted that they offer the DHL Bootcamp system for free training for people with business ideas.
In this sense, he mentioned the achievements of Venezuelan entrepreneurs who, through the new Express Easy system, can offer their products in the international market.
For the training of representatives of productive sectors, Sánchez stressed that they are in the permanent "search for alliances to be able to provide information" that is very useful for business development.
He announced that they will hold a public meeting with the Venezuelan Export Agency (Avex), to give entrepreneurial ideas through the Exporting is Possible program.
The representatives of the German company in the country express that growing a business in these times is opportune given the rebound in exports that in the first quarter of this year increased 182% compared to the same period last year, according to figures provided by the national government and ratified by the president of Avex, Ramón Goyo. He said that a favorable rearrangement in international trade for Venezuela is taking place.