To celebrate the two years of the agreement signed between the Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (IHCC) and the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce, and with the intention of increasing new investments and opening more business opportunities, the president of the IHCC, Jaime di Paulo, was in the capital of Guadalajara for an intense three-day visit.
Di Paulo arrived in his native Guadalajara on Thursday 16 as a special guest of the organizers of the International Mariachi and Charrería Encounter, which closed its XXVII edition this Sunday, September 19, with the official announcement that in 2022 Chicago will be a venue for the traditional event.
Mexico urges US to reopen border
Thus, both Chambers redouble their concrete commitment to continue promoting new investments in the tourism sector.
In addition, Di Paulo and other Mexican businessmen based in Chicago, held on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 various meetings with business organizations and authorities of the Government of the state of Jalisco to multiply business opportunities between that Mexican entity and Illinois.
During the pandemic, taking into account the closing of borders between Mexico and the United States, the IHCC and the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce have organized, promoted and participated in dozens of virtual seminars to guide Mexican entrepreneurs interested in growing in the Midwest of USA.
The IHCC also gave personalized attention to about 60 requests for commercial information made by members of the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce. who have expressed their intention to export and sell their products or services in Chicago.
They also visit Creative Digital City
In Creative City. Di Paulo (second from right to left), president of the Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, witnessed the technological level in the creative cluster. Special
During his tour of the companies and facilities of Ciudad Creativa Digital (CCD), Jaime Di Paulo in the company of Carlos Ibarra, general director of the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce, Laura Romero, vice president of international business of the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce and the Ciudad Creativa Digital team had the opportunity to talk about the development of creative industries in the State and the projects that have been worked on to strengthen the sector.
The representatives of the innovation areas and the CCD team appreciated the opportunity to meet with important actors from other latitudes and provide the attendees with a broader panorama of the efforts being made to promote the talent and creativity of the audiovisual industry and its different areas.
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