CREATED ON 25th July 2019
COMPLETED ON 29th July 2019
Expert hired: carkim

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Background You are a consultant that help your client (GI Science Building) export their product to Mexico. (the exported product is Reflective Guard). GI Building Sciences is a real Australia privately-own company, which manufacture and distribute high quality reflective bubble insulation product. The GI company would like to expand to Mexico market. The website of GI Building Sciences is Writing content: . 1. The project (what, why, how) . 
2. A comprehensive analysis of the client's business, its challenges and objectives

 Tips: 1. You have write a similar paper for me several days ago. I will also post the paper and you can have a look. 2. I will provide you a sample. this sample is written with similar wrting requirement; however, it is different company and different export country. this sample is a company exporting to Malaysia. (notice: my essay require to export to Mexico). 3. When you write about the exported product (Reflective Guard). You need to mention its character, which is bubble. Why the product is made of bubbles and roughly what material does the product consist of (different insulation materials may pay different taxes in Mexico) Bubble are air. Air is a fantastic insulator for heat and cold, and also for noise, and for condensation control. For example when referring to heat, a kitchen oven has glass door, with two layers of glass and air between the glass. Similarly, a thermos flask (link) also uses air as good insulator to keep the contents hot or cold. For noise, you will know that when you go to airport, you will see the glass is great insulator from the sound of jet engines. Again it is two layers of glass with air between them. We use trapped bubble of air as great insulator. The third benefit is that the bubble of air works to control condensation in buildings. This is controlled by reducing what is termed 'dew point'. Dew point can cause condensation in buildings that are not correctly insulated. This results in mould and mildew forming and makes the building not safe for occupants. Dew point is very common in buildings that have air conditioning or heating. Dew point occurs when the temperature between outside ambient temperate and the temperature inside the building are too different. Then condensation will form Words: 1600-1700
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