Identifying opportunities, seeking investment, and receiving support from both private industry and government can help entrepreneurs to survive the crisis.
Andrea Durán and Yaritza Rodelo are former Tec de Monterrey students who have cut down the bureaucratic procedures for setting up companies to just seven business days.
Carlos Chavarría dreamed of innovating in Mexico. His company, NA-AT Technologies, now provides biometric security services to 33 banks in the country and in Latin America.
An increasing number of companies in the United States, Europe, and China are using this technology. What about in Mexico? There’s still a window of opportunity in the sector.
You can learn from this saga if you want to start up your own business.
Experts share their experiences of taking their ideas to the international market. Take note.
This startup, created by Tec de Monterrey students, has developed software to streamline the process of manufacturing braces and artificial limbs.
Their goal is not only to accelerate startups, but also to foster cooperation for joint development.
A de Abeja and Abeja Reyna have found a way to set up a profitable business while safeguarding bees.
According to the social network, the fintech company Konfío is the most popular startup among Mexican professionals.
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