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Technology in Mexico


New Tools and Incentives to Foster Innovation in One of North America’s Top Manufacturing Centers of Excellence

The Tijuana EDC is paving the way for Tijuana to become a facilitator of innovation and high tech investment, by integrating new infrastructure, incentives and technical support programs available for new projects looking to increase their competitive advantage.  Baja California State Governor Jose Guadalupe Osuna inaugurated the first phase of the Business Innovation and Technology Center (BIT Center) in Tijuana. Read more:

Tijuana’s “Business Innovation and Technology  Center”

Mexico’s High Tech Hub Gets IBM Innovation Center

IBM has opened an Innovation Center in Mexico City in part to develop the growing market for information technology. The center is expected to provide local entrepreneurs, IBM business partners, and universities with access to training workshops, consulting services, technical infrastructure and assistance in marketing new technologies. Mexico is considered a leader in energy R&D. Read more:

Mexico’s High Tech Hub Gets IBM Innovation Center

Tijuana Triggers Technological Innovation

Tijuana is taking the next step to advance technological innovations by developing the Technology Consortium of Baja California. This consortium is set to serve major sectors such as electronics, metal mechanics, polymers and medical devices. It will also help in strengthening the linkage programs the city has with colleges and universities. Linkage programs are educational programs that tie in with a specific industry and provide technical training in certain areas. An article was originally published in Spanish on eleconomista.com.mx

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Tijuana Triggers Technological Innovation

TechAmerica to Host United States/Mexico Technology Summit

TechAmerica, partnering with the Dallas Regional Chamber and University of North Texas will host the first United States/Mexico Technology Summit – an unparalleled opportunity for the business community to enhance its companies’ international performance by exploring critical international trade issues and networking with key industry stakeholders from the two countries. The event will be held Wednesday, Sept. 29 and Thursday, Sept. 30 at the Cityplace Conference and Event Center north of Downtown Dallas. Read more:

United States/Mexico Technology Summit