I was a corporate banker for 10 years working working for 2 of the largest international banks in the industry. Over the 10 years, working with large Corporations (e.g. Delta, Burger King, Tupperware, Ryder, Del Monte, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Publix..etc) and Middle Market firms, I developed relationships with Senior Management throughout the Southeastern United States. JTJ International ("JTJ") works with Central and South American Companies exploring the possibility of introducing its product to the U.S. market, specifically in the Southeast. I leverage my relationships with the Corporations I have been working with over the past 10 years to introduce firms from Central/South America and discuss the products and services provided by these firms. Throughout this process I will work with my customer in strategy relative to Marketing, Warehouse Space and Location, Freight and Logistics, Legal, Pricing, Human Resources..etc. The members of JTJ hope to connect entrepreneurs across borders to develop beneficial relationships, while serving the communities best interest.
I am working with Middle Market Firms in Central and South America, as defined as $40 million and Revenue to $250 million in Revenue. I work with Companies interested in selling its product in the U.S. market. specifically in the Southeast. I will work with the Company to get all the appropriate documentation, pricing of the product, competitive analysis, warehouse space, freight, marketing, sales, HR, IT..etc to effectively enter the U.S. market. In some cases I will only introduce the product to a distributor/wholesaler and not be engaged to do all the other services. It is a consultative role with sale and market development responsibilities. The people that will be receiving my business cards, stationary and marketing materials will be Latin American Company's. Typically second third generation affluent family business owners. They are working 24/7 365 and the U.S. market is seen as an opportunity to take their Company to another level. My job is to help them do that.
I envision a design that is diverse (no flags) be wary of dominate colors, meaning, don't just use green white and red because that would be more geared toward Mexico. Please no red white and blue. I am looking for a professional look with a little modern flare. I would like to see some with JTJ International used in the design. Some with JTJ International not so prominent with a logo. Please do not use connecting the americas in the design. Sorry Ladies/Gentlemen I am not very good at describing a design