Mission Statement: Merging Markets Around the Globe
We are a specialized trade & consulting company offering services to meet the needs of emerging as well as leading economies. We offer professional services with specialized knowledge and experience of Latin America, the EU and the Middle East by establishing distribution channels over the world, including Minneapolis, Miami, San Diego, Mexico City, Belgium, and now as far afield as Dubai.
Our clients are from both the manufacturing and well as the distribution side: US commercial and investment companies, small manufacturers, and patent-owners. We travel extensively to your desired targeted region to bring you the very best institutions, clientele, and potential candidates to establish the most viable distribution channels as well as partnerships.
How do we differentiate from our competitors?
Price - Providing flexibility through a variety of contract options for the required services, we work around the needs of your company, depending on your short as well as your long-term goals. Always willing to negotiate based on the range of those goals, our first priority is finding the most affordable price for the services and the time frame needed
Added Value - Free 1-hour consultation, and assistance of up to 2 hours to reach out to State and Federal Resources available to your specific industry
Convenience - With non-traditional hours of operation, we are available to answer calls, attend conferences or meetings around the clock. In response to the time zone differences between the US and the intended market, our customers, as well as their respective partners and distributors, can benefit from having direct access to our KIMMA team by phone, WhatsApp, Skype or e-mail, on a regular non-traditional basis
The collaborative efforts/culture of KIMMA
Our family business background, as well as an understanding which we developed later in life, has made us aware of the effects repressive economic policies can have on already impoverished economies. One dimension of the restrictive element of economic policies we have encountered is the bias against supporting small businesses. Even in the face of that prejudice, which encouraged us to launch Kinesis for Markets Merging in America in 2012, we have continued to pursue that commitment to securing the success of other small businesses.
As a way both to expand our knowledge and promote innovative forms of US intervention in Latin America and other regions, one of our members was appointed by the US Secretary of Commerce, as a Minnesota District Export Council Member assigned "to contribute leadership and business experience in support of the Nation's joint industry/government export expansion effort.” We have a personal commitment to helping other businesses overcome the debilitating effects that some policies have in sustaining the existence, and promoting the growth of small companies.