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MBDA guides you towards the missing resources you’ve been needing to start doing what you love. By starting your business in your own community, you’ll be giving back to, and supported by, a genuinely invested neighborhood. This way, you’ll plant the roots of your legacy into soil that will nourish a fulfilling life for generations to come.

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Alberto Flores Madero is Mechanic and Electric Engineer graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and earned an EMBA from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

He has been consultant and business entrepreneur with more than 20 years of corporate experience in General Management, Business Development, Procurement and Logistics. Among other responsibilities, he was head of a Corporate Commodities Division (cotton, coffee, cocoa, hugs, and grains). 

He has worked in different industries such as retail, produce and healthcare.Since June 2019, he has been working at the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) at UTSA, starting as Project Manager for Exports in Central America and currently as Project Manager for the COVID-19 Resilience Center. 


Jose Munoz is a professional with 25 yrs. experience in the International Trade and Logistics field. He is credited for building good relations between Government and Companies necessary for the implementation of complex programs. Substantial experience in Transportation, Warehousing and Export Compliance.

         Business and Marketing degree from Monterrey Tech (ITESM – Tecnologico de Monterrey). A Degree from the South of France in European Business and International Marketing. An MBA in International Business from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, TX.

        Previous work experience including a Mexican Customs Brokers company, the Retail industry with HEB Co., and Institutional such as the North American Development Bank (NAD Bank). The goal has always been about helping clients be successful in their Global Business Strategy and manage through a dynamic environment.

        Honorary President of Tecnologico de Monterrey Alumni Association – San Antonio Texas Chapter


Senior Executive and Independent Consultant with more than 25 years of experience, working for world-class global organizations and family offices. He has held corporate leadership roles in Finance, Global Procurement, Business Development and Strategic Planning.

From November 2019 to June 2021 worked as Senior Business Development Specialist for the MBDA Export Supplemental Program, part of the Institute of Economic Development of the University of Texas, at San Antonio (UTSA). Staring July 2021, was appointed as Senior Project Business Manager of the MBDA COVID-19 Resilience Center at UTSA. The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is a branch of US Department of Commerce and its main focus is advising minority owned companies, mostly family moderate-income entities.

Earned a M.P.A (Master in Professional Accounting) from The University of Texas at Austin, a MBA (Master in Business Administration) and BA in Accounting from the Tecnologico de Monterrey at Monterrey, Mexico.

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