The new site unifies the company’s numerous services as a leading provider of information and business services to companies operating in Latin America.
MIAMI, Nov. 17, 2014 — Latin Trade Group, the premiere information provider on Latin American business, operating through events, publishing, and business intelligence, today announces the launch of its new website, www.LatinTrade.com.
This new site unifies the company’s numerous services under a single server – including Latin Trade magazine, an award-winning magazine publishing content in English and Spanish which will now be available digitally; the business intelligence service Latin Business Chronicle (henceforth Latin Trade Business Intelligence); and the company’s signature events including the Latin Trade Symposium, and the BRAVO Business Awards – also known as the Oscars of Latin American Business. Next year the company will also launch new events including the much-anticipated Sino Americas Summit.
With this unification, Latin Trade offers its users a one-stop shop for the company’s multiple facets. A visitor can now access the latest copy of the magazine; consult the latest rankings, indices, and analysis from Latin Trade Business Intelligence; and learn more about, or plan to attend one of the company’s numerous prestigious events – all from one, easily-navigable portal. “We are proud to unveil this new site and know our users and subscribers will be as pleased as we are with the outcome,” said Latin Trade CEO Rosemary Winters.
About Latin Trade Group
Latin Trade Group is a leading provider of information and business services to companies operating in Latin America. It publishes award-winning content in Spanish and English for distribution throughout Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States through print, online media and events. Latin Trade Group publishes Latin Trade magazine, Latin Trade Business Intelligence, and is the organizer of the Latin Trade Symposium and BRAVO Business Awards, the LT CFO Series for financial executives of multinational corporations and the Sino Americas Summit.