A Mexican company has opened a new office in the Greenspoint District, in conjunction with the Houston Intercontinental Chamber.
Contact Line LLC is a Mexican company that recently opened its new branch in north Houston, within this call center, a Hispanic Business Center (HBC) with executive suites is been installed.
The function of the HBC is to bring Mexican companies and help them get their company branch installed in Houston; and at the same time create employment in this area.
The goal is to have “500 employees by the end of next year,” said Alejandro Del Valle, president and CEO of Contact Line LLC and the Hispanic Business Center.
The Hispanic Business Center is located at 12700 Northborough Dr., with room for 300 executive offices in a 6-floor building. “We have 60 offices ready to use and 15 contracts signed already with Mexican companies, we are analyzing 40 more possible business,” said Del Valle.
Alejandro Del Valle moved to Houston almost two and half years ago and began to constitute a new branch for his Mexican Company, Contact Line S.A. de C.V. Now, that he has installed a branch of his company in Houston, Del Valle and the Hispanic Business Center formulated a kit called ‘Como?’ which means ‘How?’; the kit provides legal advice, guides Mexican businessmen through the process of getting their branch company settle in Houston.
“We offer to the Mexican companies help to install a branch of their company here in Houston, open a checking account in the U.S.A, hire personnel, register in the tax office, help them to sell their products, and register with Houston Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce,” said Del Valle. “All services are provided, internet, a secretary, ink, paper, telephone; we assist them on how to constitute their business, how to get their Visa to work in the U.S.A legally, once they are installed, we help them to sell their products.”
The selling of the products is through the call center, Contact Line LLC, which has a database of 210 million consumers and 17 million companies and where bilingual personnel call to offers products and/or services offered by those Mexican companies. “What are we selling is a product of Mexican companies,” said Del Valle.
Some of the companies Mr. Del Valle mentioned to been installed in the Hispanic Business Center are a powdered milk company, an agricultural business, and a tequila company.
The Hispanic Business center besides creating employment in the Greenspoint District, also helps the economy. “I’m very happy to be part of creating employment. And I want to thank Jack Drake, President of Greenspoint District, the Houston Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce and Ms. Parker who have supported and helped us all the time,” said Del Valle.