Scorpio Enterprises LLC and Grupo Scorpio provide assistance to firms and enterpreneurs looking to expand their business operations abroad.
The business founder, Marco A. Almazan, started the company in 1992. The company was located and operated in Mexico under the name MA-ATTORNEYS. The company provided assistance as international business consultants in Southeastern Mexico.
In 1995, they expanded their services to an international market assisting foreign companies working with import-export activities. In 1998, the company expanded again and ventured into Spain, assisting companies in both Mexico and Spain.
In 2003, MA-ATTORNEYS went up to the next level, this time venturing into the United States, working with companies and people in between all three countries (USA – Spain – Mexico). In 2003, Marco A Almazan moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He felt it would be more effective to establish and operate a business from Cleveland, Ohio due to its conservative nature.
In 2008, Scorpio Enterprises, LLC was established. The company creates strategies and coordinates actions to be taken at developing international business at first, between Mexico, Spain and the USA.
Scorpio Enterprises LLC provided assistance to firms and enterpreneurs looking to expand their business operations abroad. Relying on its founder’s experience through understanding the economic, social and cultural differences between the regions to assist its clients with negotiations, marketing and promotion, contract review, price evaluation, etc. Scorpio Enterprises LLC provided assistance to businesses and private investors with foreign relations in order to establish and commercialize their products and services.
In 2009, Marco A Almazan established Scorpio Enterprises de Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Yucatan, Mexico. The two companies are currently conducting international business. Continuing to aid companies desiring to expand abroad where they have offices and contacts.
They provide consultancy to corporations in order to establish their companies in foreign countries. Scorpio Enterprises LLC and its affiliates also offer services creating customer bases, partners, new distribution markets and cultural training. They provide offices and staff to private investors enabling them to represent international commerce in a foreign country, between companies from their own country of origin and the local markets where they are now investing.
In 2013, Grupo Scorpio was created. Grupo Scorpio is a registered brand in the USA. They also own the trademarks Scorpio International and Scorpio Group which represent their international operations.
Grupo Scorpio has recently diversified their operations. Their enterprises currently participate in several new divisions. Some of the areas where they currently conduct business (but not limited to), around the world are: FOREIGN AFFAIRS, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CONSULTING, CULTURAL TRAINING, IMPORT-EXPORT, MEDIA, JOINT VENTURES, INVESTMENTS, TOURISM ADVISORS, SECURITY, REAL ESTATE, MANUFACTURING, TRANSPORTATION, FRANCHISES, TRADEMARKS, IMMIGRATION, ENERGY, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, SHIPPING, COMMODITIES, BANKING AND REPRESENTATION AGREEMENTS.
Scorpio Enterprises LLC, its partners, and affiliates expanded their activities and operations . They are currently conducting international business around the globe. Their companies are an enthusiastic group of professional people with new ideas and common sense.
Marco A. Almazan, founder and CEO of Scorpio Enterprises LLC and President of Grupo Scorpio told The Yucatan Times: “Our success is based on our international and cultural experience. We don’t believe in limitations of any kind.
We have an option for you and your company. We are looking forward to hearing from you”.
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