At Powerlinx, we believe that enabling businesses to connect with each other in the fastest, most direct way is the way forward for companies to drive growth. That is why we put together some of the most straight-forward use-cases of the Powerlinx platform.
When Barry Kayton joined Powerlinx, he connected with another Powerlinx member, Dave Carter of Integrity Solutions, around opportunities for making his customers’ experience even better. Integrity Solutions provides interaction-based consultancy services that emphasize organizational accountability, attitude, motives and values as key factors in improving both internal and external relationships.
Outsourcing & focusing on core competencies
For many small businesses, their small size is a crucial advantage. Small teams are able to move quickly and responsive to changing market trends. But what do you do when your business needs are beyond your size?
With almost 40% of all its trade taking place in North America, Panama has built a reputation of being incredibly business-friendly, making it almost a no-brainer for businesses looking to expand geographically across the region.
As a country with a diversified portfolio of trading partners, Costa Rica exchanges good across the globe. When it comes to imports, consumer as well as capital goods take the center stage, focusing on raw materials for industry, mining and transportation.
Recognized as the world’s second largest exporter of avocados and main supplier to Europe, Peru boasts a vast array of opportunities for local exporters to reach new markets. Improvements in its international supply capabilities coupled with a strong scope of top trading partners including US and China make exporting in Peru an attractive venue.
While spending a higher proportion on private research and development relative to its GDP than any other country in the world, Israel’s open and flexible economy can be an attractive destiny for businesses across all industries.
Post pandemic efforts to generate a more resilient economic rebound are still showing positive feedback as a sharp rebound of 5.5% growth for 2021 is forecasted.
With an estimated GDP of over $325bn, Colombia is currently the fourth largest economy in Latin America. Although it is still a commodity-based exporter, over the last decade, deliberate government efforts to shift from an oil exporter only, along with other commodities, to a more diverse scope of products/services.