Eduardo Africano is from Texas, married for 25 years and a father of four, with two children in college, one in high school, and one in middle school.
After working for over 20 years in corporate America, Eduardo Africano decided to launch his own company, Axios Consultants. Eduardo draws on his years of experience, including contract management, mergers and acquisitions, commercial negotiations, and strategic international business relations to provide advice to businesses in the U.S., Europe, and Asia looking to go to market in Latin America and the Caribbean. Axios Consultants focuses on four main segments, including commercial analytics, business consulting, advisory services, and project solutions.
Through Axios, Eduardo Africano provides legal assessments about the various jurisdictions overseas and handles contracting and all its various pitfalls, whether it be directly with customers or through their representatives or agents. Eduardo also manages the affairs of clients that want to come from Latin America to do business in the United States.
“I like the diverse amount of people I work with all around the world. There’s always something new to learn from the people I work with in this industry. My clients can take me in directions I never thought I’d be moving in.”
“The name Axios means “worthy” in Greek. The idea for the business came to me after working for so many years for businesses with a focus on Latin America. I was part of an organization called the International Association of Commercial Contract Management and I did a presentation at one of their annual summits some years back. After I gave the presentation all the people in attendance had so many questions.”
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