Entrepreneurs from the Bajío held a series of meetings to seek business opportunities with business organizations from Texas.
Entrepreneurs from the Bajío region concluded this Friday a series of meetings with Texas chambers of commerce, with the aim of linking entrepreneurs from that state of the neighboring country with companies from Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Michoacán, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas.
The meetings began Tuesday and were led by the founders of the El Gran Bajío community: Federico Quinzaños, Marcelo López, and Julio Di-Bella.
During the visit, the incorporation of Cesar Martínez, Founding Partner of the Intelligence Mill company, as Special Advisor of Texas for El Gran Bajío, was finalized.
At the meeting with the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, it was agreed to work hand in hand to develop projects and companies, promote talent for the software industry, and strengthen the supply chain in North America.
In a visit to the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, ways of working and cooperating between San Antonio and the entrepreneurs of the bajío were determined to create new business opportunities, the bulletin details.
With the association of business leaders Greater Houston Partnership, they discussed the opportunity to cooperate in the main sectors between the businessmen of Houston and the Bajío.
Finally, in a meeting with the Dallas Regional Chamber, the strength of the companies represented by El Gran Bajío was highlighted in relation to supply chain opportunities and macro-projects in the North American city.
Source: Forbes Mexico