Aiming to encourage the internationalization of Mexican companies, UPS opened the program called Pymes Exportadoras (Exporter SMEs) with which they are seeking to associate with small and medium companies by providing them advisory, accessible rates, and a wide portfolio of national and international services that will help them in their growth.

This program is fulfilled in alliance with the Center for International Commerce (ITC, by its Spanish initials) therefore a series of seminars and training workshops will be held for businesswomen in United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Nigeria, and Vietnam, aiming to help women-owned companies to access international markets under the initiative of She Trades.

ITC and UPS will work with a variety of national partners to teach training, including the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade (COMCE, by its Spanish initials,) Coordinator of Foreign Trade Development of the State of Guanajuato (COFOCE, by its Spanish initials,) Expo Carga, Latam Startups, Egade, American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico (AMCHAM) and 10,000 Mujeres por Mexico, which will be part of the program activities.

Since last May 28th, those interested in being part of the Pymes Exportadoras program could use the advisory and experience of collaborators at UPS delivery centers and of the wide solutions portfolio.

“We in UPS believe in power and entrepreneurs talent, that is why we are seeking to become an extension of their business, providing them our knowledge and logistics support, and thus take their brands to any destination they want to reach,” said Ronald Mayorga, president of UPS Mexico.

The program is designing to teach entrepreneurs on export regulations, documentation, packaging requirements and more, through online training and face-to-face workshops.

“The aforementioned is very important, as only in Mexico, of every five small and medium companies opening, three are lead by women, according to figures from the Ministry of Treasure and Public Credit, and is fundamental to provide service and experience to encourage their growth,” Ronald Mayorga.


The Pymes Exportadoras program is functional for companies seeking for ways of overcoming the barriers that prevent them to export or increase their exports, and to those that are exploring how to improve the packaging of their products or master complex logistic concepts.

The initiative SheTrades, from the Center for International Trade, seeks connecting three million women to the market for 2021 and gathers the interested parts, of around the world to work together in seven actions and address commercial barriers to create further opportunities for businesswomen.