JOSEPH EDWARDS BUSINESS CENTER CORP.

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PRODUCTS SHOWROOM - SHOWCASE 

MEMBERS PARTICIPANTS

 

ROYAL EXPORT & IMPORT CENTER INC - CANADA

INT’L TRADE & EXHIBITS MANAGEMENT - I.T.E.M

JOSEPH EDWARDS JEWELRY & GIFTS

CHAMBER BRAZIL – USA FOR MICRO & SMALL INDUSTRIES - COMMERCE CORP

WELL EXPORT GROUP

18 CHAI MARKETER

AMERICA TROPICAL FRUITS

ROYAL PACK SEND EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL

J. CARREGARI MARKETER

A. DE FAZIO LOGISTICS

C.C. AVILA INTERNATIONAL

MAANAIM GEMOLOGY & M.C.I EXPORT

BOURJ BUSINESS CONSULTING

 

 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT NETWORK

SUPPORT DESK PHONE NETWORK

 

BRAZIL:

SÃO PAULO: 11-40634964

BRASILIA: 61- 40421401

CAMPO GRANDE: 67-40420516

PORTO VELHO: 69-40629370

CURITIBA: 41-40636105

FLORIANOPOLIS: 48-40420530

FORTALEZA: 85-40420515

LONDRINA: 43-4052-9548

 

USA:

MIAMI:305-6020023

NEW YORK:347-6024480

 LOS ANGELES:310-6269920

 

CANADA:

TORONTO: 647-3616165 

MONTREAL: 514-9076966

VANCOUVER: 778-6504077

 

 

ADMINISTRATORS

JEDWARDS BUSINESS CENTER CORP

I.T.E.M – INT’L TRADE & EXHIBIT MANAGEMENT (CA)

ROYAL EXPORT & IMPORT CENTER INC - CANADA

  

U.S.A SUPPLIERS / VENDORS

 01- AMERICA TROPICAL FRUITS – JUICES & FOODS

Juices, Dried Sweetened Fruits, Coconut Flakes, Frozen Pulp Fruits

 

 02- AMERICA TROPICAL

Resorts & Marina Supplies

Wooden Doors, Portable Lunch Tray’s, Portable Wooden Tables and Chairs, Bath and Shower’s Supplies Coffee – Milk-Mayonnaise - Cheese Cream, Butter, Chocolate and Tea and Beach Supplies.

 

03-MALL SHOPPING BUSINESS   

Small and Light  Wooden Furniture, Portable Wooden Picnic Sets,

TV Racks, Wooden Table Decorations, Table Wares, and Kitchen Wares

 

 04-AERO & OCEAN CARGO SERVICES

Customs Broker Services, Cargo In-Land Services

 

05- FSA – MARKETING & SYSTEMS

Data Information and Web Design.

 

06- LIBERTY STUDIO & INFOMERCIALS

Recording Media & Infomercials – Studio Services

 

07- JOSEPH EDWARDS JEWELRY & GIFTS CORP & ASSOCIATES

GEMSTONES & JEWELRY

 

 08- APOLLONIAN INT’L INC & Associates

 Distributor of food lines for supermarket and homes products

 

 

 

 THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & EXHIBIT CENTER

 

THE SCOPE

The meeting scope is to promote the members and customers Exporters and its products.

The event is for the:

- Micro – Small & Medium Industries participants of the Chambers M.S.I.C .

- WELL EXPORT GROUP & JOSEPH EDWARDS BUSINESS CENTER CORP    located in Brazil, Canada & Europe.

- Royal Export & Import Center Inc - Canada.

The  Business Centers & Exhibits will be located in  Florida, Ontario, Sao Paulo - Lisboa.

We will do a product analysis and prices target before the meeting, and verify if the Suppliers Exporter in the food and juices industries has the appropriate permit to the USA market. If they do not have the permit we will provide a specialist to request the permit for the industry Exporter.

Also available available  a Product sand suppliers Data Bureau office -  and legal law office to verify the terms of the Import contract, in cooperation with a Customs Broker in USA, and Brazil to guide the Exporter in all procedures and preparing the documents.

In the event we will have cooperation with a freight forward office to contract the freight for the Importer in case the Importer does not have a Customs Broker.

Some fees and sales commissions will apply and will be according to the selling products.

Our associate media service will prepare a short video to show the product and packaging information for the Exporter to promote the goods to the Importer. 

The cost will be a flat fee under the Exporter account.

All data information of the products and packing will be under cooperation of FSA Data Services and needs the services. We will also provide all contact 

 information as well.

 

 

 

 BUSINESS CENTER & EXHIBITS

Part I – Information and Objective

 1- The objectives of the Exhibition and 

 

The Business Center & exhibits

 The basic floor plan (the floor plans and layout in some locations can be changed.

 

The floor plans can change according to the locations and building design. The floor plans shall have enough area to open exhibition and management for a minimum of 85 to 100 square feet (10m2).

 

The Business Center &  Exhibits. The sales and management offices with all services including the support of video conference, customs broker, cargo services and the companies’ sales management will offer and promote all products made by other industries guests. Located In countries of: Brazil - Canada, Portugal (U.E), USA.

 

The Basic Floor Plan (For each location)

OPTION 1

 

 

 

SUGGESTED PORTABLE DISPLAYS

01                        02

The Counters and Booths for Exhibitors Group (Projected)

                 

 

                                                                 

Designs Under copyrights2020@JOSEPH EDWARDS BUSINESS CENTER CORP

 

The services and exhibit at each location (for the clients exhibitors & visitors)

     The services available at exhibits and trade center:

1-      Permanent booths exhibitor per season or year

2-      Trade Management in house with sales staff

3-      Product and market analysis

4-      Trade mark – patent and legal services by expertise staff

5-      Audio – Video conference room

6-      Customs broker agent

7-      Freight forward agent

8-      Quality control management

9-      Data bureau of products and manufactures

10-  Data bureau of potential clients 

11-  Web designer and world wide web catalogue

12-  Call and mailing center for support sellers & buyers

 

 Client Exhibitor Procedures:

           1-      Contract with exclusivity

2-      Booth decorations

3-      Product data information

4-      Packaging information’

5-      3 samples for each local area exhibition

6-      Catalogues in English – French – Spanish (North America)

7-      Catalogues in Chinese and English for China center

8-      Prices list Up date ‘s monthly

9-      CD room video demo of each product

10-  Pay exhibition with management sales commissions.

 

The Fees for Exhibition

The fees will be calculated for each location after according to the booth sizes and will be basic cost exhibition and trade management in US Dollars

 

The Procedures:

A)     The exhibition plans will be promoted in each country of location of each party of this agreement.

B)     When the client exhibitor agrees to the agreement, he will first need to supply a picture, product information with packing and shipment information.

C)       The customs booker and freight forward company will calculate CIF cost

D)     The demonstration in the country contracted for exhibition and trade will do a preliminary analysis of the market potential and after confirmed, then the client will sign the exhibition agreement. 

 E)      The exhibitor will contact the freight company agreed by the head office and will send samples for the location contracted, and catalogues, demo video in CD with all information.

F)      The location showroom when receiving the decoration for both and product 

G)     The showroom administration will insert in the data bureau all information

 H)     The visitor buyer will have a demonstration of the product, will see a demo in CD of the product and will receive all information CIF and duties in their own country, and will have all support to import with our customs broker and freight forward and all policies warranty of the product will import directly from the industry exhibitor.

I)        Information and support to open the L.C or issue the wire payment to the exporter. Once the exporter receives the payment will pay all commissions.

 

 

Others Services and Business in the Locations

 

      Exhibit and business meeting for importers and entrepreneurs from many countries to obtain business and products in the countries location of the showrooms.

      Countries & counties to promote tourism and cultural events

      Tourism companies to promote its business.

      Industrial Unions or groups to promote in special exhibit ‘s promotions 

      Grand opening lines for industries (exclusive promotions)

      Market and product analysis.

      Sales network agents.

 

THE PROJECTED CITY LOCATION

TAMPA BAY – FLORIDA

 

CLEARWATER                                            TAMPA

 

 

 

 

 

Special Comments

In todays market, we have in many countries and its major metropolitan areas an expo center, where many industries, distributors in all segments can promote products and sales.

Many areas have good expo centers with very good support and administration.

For many years, many exhibitors achieve good sales in the exhibition center and in sales after exhibition.

For the visitor its very advantages to go to the exhibit centers and look for new products and orders.

Many times the most difficult part is for some companies to decide to buy during the exhibition and after that go to the plant / factory of the product and re- negotiate and look again for the products, with expensive costs for travel and hotels, with company work time interruption.

We are not creating new systems, we will develop a simple administrative and operational plan for two businesses. One is the exhibition and the second is the sales management with all support and logistics needed for successful export & trade

We will offer permanent booth exhibition with full support in administration services from permanent exhibit information and specifications, customs broker services, freight forward support, banking information and a law firm to help the sellers & buyer for contracts.

We will select the most important lines of products for business and for the consumers.

To attract more revenues, we will have fees for exhibition booths and sales commissions paid by all vendors for all booths in the center.

The exhibition will have agent booths selling the products.  All support to sell and delivery, the client exhibitor will pay a fee for the booths per month as well as sales commissions under a satisfaction guaranteed policy. We will not charge the booths monthly fees if the client exhibitors do not sell any product at the months exhibition.

Tampa Bay Area

The Tampa

 Bay Area, or Tampa Bay, after the body of water it surrounds, is the second most populated metropolitan region in the state of Florida, the 19th-largest metro area in the United States, the fourth largest in the Southeast behind only Miami, Atlanta and Washington, and second largest on the Gulf Coast behind Houston. The population for the Tampa-St. Petersburg MSA currently stands at 2,723,949,[1] as of a July 1, 2007 estimate, and the Greater Tampa Bay Region contains 4 million residents when including immediately adjacent urban and suburban counties to the official MSA.[2]

The Tampa Bay Partnership and U.S. Census data showed an average annual growth of 2.47 percent, or a gain of approximately 97,000 residents per year between 2000 and 2006. The combined Greater Tampa Bay region experienced a combined growth rate of 14.8 percent, growing from 3.4 million to 3.9 million and hitting the 4 million mark on April 1, 2007 in the continuous Tampa Bay urban area.[2] In 2008 the area's construction based boom was brought to a sudden halt by the financial crisis of 2007–2009, and by 2009 it was ranked as the fourth worst performing housing market in the United States.[1]

Counties

The following counties constitute the Tampa-St. Pete-Clearwater MSA

        Hernando County

        Hillsborough County

        Pasco County

        Pinellas County

Other counties are sometimes included in the Tampa Bay Area, depending on how the region is defined. For example, included in the jurisdiction of TBARTA are the above counties, plus the following:[3]

        Citrus County, Florida

        Manatee County, Florida

        Sarasota County, Florida

CitiesThe following is a list of important cities and unincorporated communities located in the Tampa Bay Area. Most of these locations are in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA. Also frequently included in the Tampa Bay Area are cities in other Metropolitan

 

Statistical Areas; among these are two of the primary cities in the Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Demographics

According to the 2000 U.S. Census, the Tampa-St. Pete-Clearwater MSA consists of the following ethnic demographics:

        White (Non-Hispanic/Latino)- 1,821,955 76.0%

        Black - 248,058 10.4%

        Hispanic - 248,642 10.4%

        Asian/Pacific Islander - 57,235 2.4%

Population and Age

Tampa Bay's expanding population has grown more than 11 percent in the past six years and is projected to grow an additional 9 percent by 2011. The Tampa Bay region's population is projected to increase from the current 3.8 million to more than 4.2 million in 2011. That translates to over 70,000 new people a year, mostly through migration.

Population changes due to migration

Population

Tampa Bay

2011 Projection

4,207,447

2006 Estimate

3,863,811

2000 Census

3,469,880

1990 Census

2,962,824

 

Regional Counties

2006

2011 Estimate

Hernando

154,045

171,593

Hillsborough

1,139,830

1,264, 811

Manatee

306,512

342,712

Pasco

418,075

473,053

Pinellas

937,182

959,546

Polk

541,006

591,742

Sarasota

367,161

403,990

 

Nearly 20% of Tampa Bay's population is in the 18-34 age group.

Age

Tampa Bay

Percentage

0-17

852,600

22.03%

18-34

757,808

19.62%

35-54

1,066,684

27.32%

55-64

447,581

11.58%

65 and over

750,138

19.42%

MEDIAN AGE

41.39 years old

 

Ethnicity

Ethnicity

Tampa Bay

Percentage

Caucasian

3,141,549

81.31%

Hispanic or Latino

479,936

12.42%

African American

411,157

10.64%

Asian

77,296

2.00%

Other

149,948

3.89%

 

Migration

From 2000-2004, total net migration for the Tampa Bay region was 262,961 or an average of 65,740 per year. During this time Tampa Bay accounted for nearly 20% of Florida's total net migration. The annual migration totals grew steadily since 2000 until 200 people a day moved to Tampa Bay in 2004. Two Tampa Bay region counties are among the top counties in the country for net in-migration. Pasco County ranks 8th in the nation for net migration and Hillsborough County ranks 13th out of more than 3,000 counties.

 

 

Economy

Avionics, Defense & Marine Electronics

The University of South Florida’s Center for Ocean Technology, which has been a leader in MEMS research and development and has been using the technology to collect biological and chemical data to monitor water quality, provided underwater technology for port security at the 2004 Republican National Convention. USF’s Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue used its miniature robots to assist rescue teams at Ground Zero following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Tampa Bay is home to United States Central Command which directs military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and the middle East.

 

Business and Information Services

Nearly one in four of the state's business and information services firms resides in Tampa Bay. These firms range from financial services firms to information technology  providers to professional services organizations such as law firms, accounting firms, engineering firms, consulting and more. As a gateway to the Florida High Tech Corridor, Tampa Bay is home to many information technology firms along with many business services providers.

 

Information Services

Tampa Bay serves as the gateway to the Florida High Tech Corridor which spans 23 counties. Created as a partnership between the University of South Florida, University of Central Florida and now including the University of Florida, the Florida High Tech Corridor promotes the growth of the high tech industry across Central Florida.

 

Health Care

With more than 50 hospitals, dozens of clinics and ambulatory care centers, the Tampa Bay has an abundance of top-rated health care facilities for children and adults. The region also has a wealth of well-trained medical professionals – nearly 53,000 nurses and more than 9,200 physicians (including physician assistants) – provide care to Tampa Bay residents and visitors every year.

 

 

High-Tech Industry

Medical Device Manufacturing

Tampa Bay ranks in the top 20 nationwide for medical device manufacturing clusters. The industry employs more than 10,000 people with an average wage in excess of $49,000 and produces over $2 billion worth of goods and services for an economic impact of more than 51,000 jobs and $5 billion. Tampa Bay's history of manufacturing for the defense industry has created a workforce skilled in high-precision fabrication of electronic parts and assemblies and experience in dealing with government relations, easing the transition to the highly regulated medical manufacturing industry.

Microelectronics/ Nano Technology

Researchers at the University of South Florida's Nano materials and Nano manufacturing Research Center (NNRC), H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and the Center for Ocean Technology at USF's College of Marine Science are researching how to use nanotechnology for a myriad of targeted uses including drug delivery, mechanized microsurgery, customized laser microchips, ways to turn sunlight into electricity, purifying water, storing hydrogen in small nanotubes, designing and developing marine sensors using micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) and curing cancer.

  

Education

University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida College in Temple Terrace, Clearwater Christian College, Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, and the University of Tampa are all four-year institutions located in the area. St. Petersburg College and Hillsborough Community College, Manatee Community College are community colleges in the area. Stetson University College of Law is the area's only law school and has campuses in Gulfport and Tampa.

 

Culture and Recreation

Arts and culture make a big impact in Tampa Bay. In a single year, the economic impact of the cultural institutions in the Tampa Bay area was $521.3 million, according to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers study. In 2004, 5.6 million people attended plays, musical performances, museum exhibits and other cultural institutions in Tampa Bay, supporting 7,800 jobs.

 

 

Long established communities, particularly those near the bay such as Cuban flavored Ybor City, contain historic architecture. Fresh seafood and locally grown produce are available in many restaurants. Sports attractions include many professional quality golf courses, tennis courts, and pools. The area is highly noted for its beaches and nightlife as well. Other attractions include Busch Gardens, the Salvador Dalí Museum, the Florida Aquarium, Museum of Science and Industry, the Florida Holocaust Museum, Lowry Park Zoo and Weeki Wachee Springs.

Transportation

Transportation in the Tampa Bay Area is heavily affected by its position around Tampa Bay. For more about marine transportation in the area, including the many bridges over Tampa Bay, see Tampa Bay#Transportation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air

TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Main article: List of airports in the Tampa Bay area

Tampa International Airport is the largest airport in the region with 21 carriers and more than 17 million passengers served last year. In addition to the recent opening of a new terminal, improvements are being planned to handle 25 million passengers by 2020. Traveler satisfaction has always been a top priority for "America's Favorite Airport."[citation needed] It has won high recognition in the international J.D. Power and Associates Global Airport Passenger Satisfaction Study for three consecutive years. Condé Nast Traveler Magazine recognized TIA as the third best airport in the world and IATA Skytrax 2003 survey named TIA as the No. 2 airport in North America.

Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport has experienced a 19.2 percent increase in passenger traffic during the first quarter of 2005, mainly due to the addition of AirTran Airways and expanded service to destinations.

St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport provides access to commercial airliners, and smaller charter craft. The airport is currently planning an expansion which will include new terminal facilities and runway extension. Dotting the landscape throughout the area, are many general aviation airports for the aircraft enthusiast and smaller corporate jets.

Rail and intermodal

CSX provides rail service for the entire Tampa Bay region. The railroad serves every major population and industrial center east of the Mississippi including Ontario and Montreal. CSX also connects with more than 166 bulk intermodal distribution terminals and rail-to-truck bulk transloading facilities throughout its service area, linking it to all of North America.

On July 1, 2007, an intermodal transportation authority was created to serve the seven county Tampa Bay area. The Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA) was formed to develop bus, rapid transit, and other transportation options for the region.

Roads

      I-4.svgInterstate 4

      I-75.svgInterstate 75

      I-175.svgInterstate 175

      I-275.svgInterstate 275

      I-375.svgInterstate 375

Hillsborough County is also served by other roadways such as the Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway (SR 618) which commutes workers from Brandon into downtown Tampa and the Veterans Expressway/Suncoast Parkway (Toll 589) which serves traffic from the Citrus/Hernando County border southward into Tampa.

In Pinellas County, US 19 is the main north-south route through the county, and is being upgraded to freeway standards complete with frontage roads to ease congestion through the north part of the county. Also, the Bayside Bridge allows traffic to go from Clearwater into St. Petersburg without having to use US 19.

The Courtney Campbell Causeway (SR 60) is one of the 3 roads that connect Pinellas County to Hillsborough County across the bay. The other two are the Howard Frankland Bridge (I-275) and Gandy Bridge (US 92). The Sunshine Skyway Bridge is part of I-275 and connects Bradenton and other Manatee County and Sarasota County commuters into Pinellas County.

The Tampa Bay area has a humid subtropical climate (Koppen Cfa), with warm temperatures and the threat of thunderstorms during the summer and the winter frost about every 2–3 years. The area is listed by the USDA as being in hardiness zone 10, which is about the northern limit of where coconut palms and royal palms can be grown. Highs usually range between 65 and 95 °F (18 and 35 °C) year round. Surprisingly to some, Tampa's official high has never reached 100 °F (38 °C) - the all-time record high temperature is 99 °F (37 °C). St. Petersburg's all-time record high is exactly 100 °F (38 °

Pinellas County lies on a peninsula between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, and much of the city of Tampa lies on a smaller peninsula jutting out into Tampa Bay. This proximity to large bodies of water both moderates local temperatures and introduces large amounts of humidity into the atmosphere. In general, the communities furthest from the coast have more extreme temperature differences, both during a single day and throughout the seasons of the yeaR.