McNutt Plans Trade Mission to Mexico This Fall

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The 2003 U.S. Trade Mission to Mexico for Direct Marketing will take place Sept. 27-Oct. 1. The trip, sponsored by International Direct Marketing Consultants, will be done with the Mexican Direct Marketing and Telemarketing Association and will go to Monterrey and Mexico City.


Organizer Bill McNutt said the event targets U.S. catalog, DM and telemarketing companies interested in selling to the Spanish-speaking market in the United States or expanding to Mexico and Latin America. Delegates will be guests at the Mexican DMA conference in Mexico City on Sept. 29-30.


McNutt said an emphasis of the mission will be to help service suppliers and vendors to the direct marketing and telemarketing industry expand sales in Mexico.


International Direct Marketing Consultants has led more than 45 trade missions globally since 1991, including nine to Mexico. For more information, call 214/443-9494 or e-mail McNutt at billmcnutt@charter.net.


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