We can assist a wide array of industries expand and grow into new international markets, including:

  • Oil & Gas
  • Energy & Sustainable
  • Technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Building, Construction & Heavy Equipment
  • Industrial Equipment, Services and Supplies
  • Medical Equipment & Consumables
  • Commodities
  • Business Services
  • Food & Beverage
  • Products & Equipment
  • Others


Oil & Gas

The forecasts of future demand used by the super majors show oil sales rising inexorably as more cars hit the roads, more trade crosses the oceans and more aircraft take to the skies. The International Energy Agency (IEA), a rich-country club, and other independent forecasters tend to agree. Oil is mainly a transport fuel, with 60% of it used to move things (the rest goes on power, petrochemicals and other industrial uses) and the world wants more transport. Chinese oil companies are particularly keen to spread their wings, partly because China, short of domestic supplies, is keen to secure crude where it can, and partly because international expansion gives Chinese oil firms to operate with a good deal more freedom than they can at home.

Energy & Sustainable

New technologies are the only way to meet all our energy needs sustainably. Huge efforts and imagination are being deployed to find new ways to generate energy in sources that will be less harmful to our planet/environment. Energy markets, policies and production processes tie our economies and societies together, but can also create difficult security and environmental challenges. Changing our energy mix can help to reduce pollution and combat climate change. We will still need fossil fuels, such as oil and gas, for the foreseeable future but increasingly other sources of energy, from wind and biofuels to solar, are making their presence felt

Technology / Telecommunications

The telephone network was built to provide narrowband voice service to essentially every home and office. That world is disappearing. The reasons are many including convergence, competition, broadband, increasing data rates, wireless, and others. This complimentary paper covers these and gives forecasts of the probable telecom future. Industries have to adapt in order to stay competitive, more and more corporations are becoming truly global as opposed to simply multinational with consolidated investment, planning, and decision-making functions; trade and supply networks; and production activities and investments spread throughout the world. Manufacturers must evolve into a new model of networking and collaboration on a global scale.

Building / Construction / Hardware

The construction is the global business of creating physical infrastructure such as dams, highways, bridges, factories, airports, and power plants, millions of smaller projects to protect human activity with walls, roofs, and floors, provision for electricity, lighting, heating, and cooling for people who live and work in those buildings. Is the increasing interaction of regional cultures and economies to conduct business and commerce? The impact of mechanical engineering has been development as a global level process with numerous entities and business around the world who has been establishing business on a global scale with countries possessing various levels of manpower and widely varying costs for labor.

Industrial Equipment, Services and Supplies

The expanding global population and a subsequent focus on industrialization are the key factors fuelling growth in the global water treatment equipment market. Water treatment equipment manufacturers are also set to gain from the pent-up demand following under investments in infrastructure by municipalities and private sector in recent years. Economic development along with fast-paced urbanization especially in emerging countries is spurring this need for efficient water management solutions, resurgence in the global manufacturing sector is benefiting demand, as expanding production in various industries promoting the need for water and wastewater treatment, given the growing need for water conservation and tightening environmental regulations. Replacement of old water infrastructure in global regions is also aiding market growth.

Medical Equipment & Consumables

We need to think how the healthcare supply chain works to lower costs, improve efficiency and help manufacturers move their products from factory to point of care via a network built just for them. Here's how we see the future of the manufacturers' supply chain. More streamlined: cutting the number of touch points in the supply chain down to size, more transparent: so we can better track products as they travel from plant to the patient. This requires a significant investment in technology to see a product's entire path through the supply chain, more intuitive: using technology to establish clear demand signals that optimize inventory levels.

So what steps need to be taken Medical Industry on the future?

When it comes to medical consumables. You need to:

  • Consolidating freight across manufacturers.
  • Taking advantage of multi-tenant warehouses.
  • Improving transportation efficiency.
  • Eliminating excess inventory.
  • Providing full product visibility and tracking, from one end of the supply chain to the other.
  • Monitoring usage at the point of care, identifying clear demand signals that help set more efficient inventory levels.


Has the global economy entered an era of persistently high, volatile commodity prices, Demand for energy, food, metals, and water should rise inexorably as three billion new middle-class consumers emerge in the next two decades. Demand for urban infrastructure also will soar. Such dramatic growth in demand for commodities actually isn’t unusual. Similar factors were at play throughout the 20th century as the planet’s population tripled and demand for various resources jumped anywhere from 600 to 2,000 percent. Had supply remained constant, commodity prices would have soared. Yet dramatic improvements in exploration, extraction, and cultivation techniques kept supply ahead of ever-increasing global needs, cutting the real price of an equally weighted index of key commodities by almost half. This ability to access progressively cheaper resources underpinned a 20-fold expansion of the world economy.

Intercultural Communication and Globalization
by Dalvin Rumsey

Today’s governments, organizations and companies are dealing more and more in a global scenario. We are no longer constrained by borders or distance and as a result globalization has meant a fundamental change in who, where and why we do business. The people that make these organizations tick, from the workers, to bosses to suppliers, are increasingly based in remote locations in foreign countries or drawn from a rich mix of cultural backgrounds. The need for effective and clear intercultural communication is becoming vital in securing success in today’s globalized workplace.

Have you thought of where your business will be in the coming?

L & A Global Market ofrece las herramientas que necesita para competir en la economía global. Nosotros le ayudamos a diseñar un plan de desarrollo de mercado de negocios estratégico integral para abrir oportunidades de negocio y para mostrar su negocio están competir a nivel mundial en los próximos años.

Nuestro apoyo en L & A Global Market incluyen: expertos en externalización de Global Internacional espectáculo, Comercio Mercado B2B, ferias comerciales, misiones misiones comerciales sectoriales del comercio internacional a través de CC, Misiones Comerciales con organismos gubernamentales, misiones comerciales para la eficiencia operación Sectores de la Industria, con expertos de marketing internacional, las finanzas internacionales y la comercialización de acuerdo a su línea de negocio.