Market Access Coalition (MAC)
A team approach to market development.
What is the Market Access Coalition (MAC)?
About Rainmaker’s Market Access Coalition (MAC) programs
Generally, each MAC is comprised of product and service companies who aspire to introduce their goods and services to a new global market within their current industry. They do so by connecting through Rainmaker’s exclusive forums, seminars and market visits where they leverage each other’s knowledge to further their own business.
Currently, Rainmaker’s MACs are active in Agri-tech, Education, Energy Infrastructure, Health and Beauty, Automotive, Tourism and Environmental Services. These MACs are focused on Africa, Mexico, Europe, Brazil, the United States.
The African countries of Nigeria, Mozambique, Angola are at the precipice of a budding oil and gas industry. Each boasting lands rich in natural resources, operators and service providers are active in their search for innovation that will accelerate their ability to extract and deliver energy to the global marketplace.
The African countries of Nigeria, Mozambique, Angola and Ghana are at the precipice of growth in several industrial sectors. Each boasting lands rich in natural resources, operators and service providers are active in their search for innovative education and technical skills-training programs to accelerate their capacity to deliver to the global marketplace.
As these countries improve their infrastructure and capacity for delivering education and skills-training online and in a hybrid model, opportunities exist for innovative companies to support these development and delivery options.
Mexico is one of the foundations of agriculture in Latin America. Agriculture in Mexico has been an important sector of the country’s economy throughout its history. There are clear efforts to make the sector in the country more sustainable starting with the government’s interest, and small to large producers looking at new solutions to improve production.
AgriTech startups in Mexico are looking for support from tech knowledge to business growth, to thrive. Mexico is looking how new applied technologies in Agriculture could help address the global food challenge.