Meetings with large technology firms specialized in health, software development and information technologies are scheduled.
Jaime Reyes Robles, Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology (SICYT) and Margarita Solis, head of Innovation and Entrepreneurial and Social Development of the state of Jalisco, started a tour through India, with the purpose of establishing a business alliance.
The goal of this visit, is to have strategic reunions with government and corporate representatives to develop collaborative projects with the finest Indian start-ups that have been able to thrive in a context with similar adversity and opportunities as those found in Mexico, regarding inequality, talent for technology and cultural richness, that urge and showcase capability to create innovative solutions for economic and social development.
Meetings with large technology firms specialized in health, software development and information technologies are scheduled as well, in an effort to find opportunities for either expansion or establishment in the area of Jalisco, Mexico.
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