Pacific Northwest Advisors Names Rodolfo M. Oppenheimer, Representative in the Southern Cone

by Apr 10, 2018

Pacific Northwest Advisors LLC of Seattle, names long time executive, Rodolfo M. Oppenheimer, as its representative in Latin America’s Southern Cone – Argentina, Chile, Paraguay & Uruguay.

Mr. Oppenheimer will focus on ‘’middle market’’ firms expanding to the Pacific Northwest- especially to Seattle, Washington and to Vancouver, Canada. Target industries are those the Pacific Northwest maintains competitive advantage: software, telecom apps, e-commerce, aerospace, maritime, food processing, information and bio-technology.

He will also assist U.S. firms to verify bona fides of possible partners and licensees in Southern Cone countries, as well as to set up new business ventures in compliance with U.S. and host countries’ regulations.

“We are excited to have a seasoned executive and respected professional like Rodolfo M. Oppenheimer, as our representative in the Southern Cone. We anticipate more bi-lateral trade and investment between firms from those countries with counterparts in Seattle and Vancouver,‟ said Jonathan Benksy, CEO, Pacific Northwest Advisors.

“I am delighted to work again with Rodolfo as U.S. firms expand in the growing economies in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay. His creativity and entrepreneurship are tops in the region,” affirmed Stephen Murphy, Senior Advisor, Latin America, Pacific Northwest Advisors. For Southern Cone firms setting in the Pacific Northwest, PNWA offers three services: 1) to present the firm to regional development authorities 2) to ‘brainstorm’ with firm directors about entry strategy and 3) to provide a day of consulting gratis by PNWA’s senior advisors.

Mr. Oppenheimer is currently the partner of Insights Mentors, a strategic innovation and new business developer firm and at Prospéritas Capital Partners, first VC in Uruguay, and also an active Angel Investor in Uruguay, Brazil and the USA..

Founded in 1996, Pacific Northwest Advisors is a consulting consortium which provides strategic advice to ‘’middle market’’ international firms locating to Seattle, Washington, Vancouver, British Columbia, and Portland, Oregon. PNWA also assists local firms expand to growing markets like Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, India and Southeast Asia.

Seattle is considered by as the U.S.‟ most, educated city,” since residents have more undergraduate and graduate degrees per capita than any other American city. Greater Seattle is headquarters for the Microsoft Corporation,, Starbucks, F5 Systems, Tableau Software, AT&T Wireless, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Fred Hutchinson Institute, University of Washington, World Vision, Boeing Company’s Commercial Airplane Division, and Sao Paulo-based, Spring Wireless’ North American app’ operations.

Points of contact: Stephen Murphy in Seattle ( or Rodolfo M. Oppenheimer in Montevideo (