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"Vive Mexico" An Opportunity for Latino Entrepreneurs to Invest in Mexico

By March 12, 2014December 24th, 2014Company News

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Experts from all industries will unite for a free business expo presented by Su Socio de Negocios with the support of the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA – March 12, 2014 – Investing in Mexico can help entrepreneurs realize a dream that has yet to materialize for many of them—a great opportunity ready to be snatched. For this reason, Su Socio de Negocios and El Clasificado, together with the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles, have organized a special free event for the Hispanic community in Southern California and those who are ready to begin investing in our neighbor south of the border.

“Vive Mexico: Invest in Our Neighboring Country,” is a business expo that will take place at the Doubletree Hotel in Commerce City on April 9, 2014. This great event will not only feature the Mexican Consulate General in Los Angeles, who provides full support for this event, but also many prominent entrepreneurs who have been able to successfully establish business relations between Los Angeles and Mexico.

“Mexico is becoming a country that provides many great opportunities to entrepreneurs who wish to invest their capital over there,” says Carlos M. Sada, the Mexican Consulate General in Los Angeles. “The amount of businesses on both sides of the border is enormous; I’m certain that access to different business industries will continue to grow. Access to quality information provided through seminars like the one presented by Su Socio de Negocios connects migrants with new ideas and options that can motivate them to begin a new entrepreneurial adventure, with Mexico as a destination point.”

The forum will feature Javier Martinez, founder of Paquí Tequila and an entrepreneur with years of experience in the alcohol business. His tequila has been in the US market for many years with a new quality brand that competes with the biggest Mexican tequilas.

“This is the number one market for nearly everything and Mexican products here are a big hit,” says Martinez. “It is very important to attend these types of seminars in order to learn the system and listen to the experiences of many different businesses that have succeeded in the US.”

Pascual Castrellon, president of the L.A. Produce Market Association (LAPMA), will also participate in the forum. He is an expert in exporting all kinds of quality Mexican food products, one of the most lucrative industries for entrepreneurs who wish to invest in our neighboring country.

In addition, one of the biggest experts when it comes to shipping merchandise to Mexico, Jose Godoy, founder of Godoy Express, will participate in the forum as an example of how a small business can succeed with the help of Mexico’s economy while generating revenue and jobs.

Ricardo Villarreal, representative of ProMéxico, will share his knowledge about government policies and the effort to make the dreams of many Mexican entrepreneurs in Los Angeles come true.

Together, combining their expertise in different industries, each will explain where and how to invest, from tourism to franchises, as well importing and exporting practices, providing a chance for attendees to learn new ideas for the entrepreneurial future of thousands of businesses who want to prosper and connect with our neighboring country.

The event sponsors are the Mexican Consulate of Los Angeles, New York Life, Worklogic HR, Covered CA, El Clasificado, and EC Hispanic Media.

Register to “Vive Mexico: Invest in Our Neighboring Country” event.  

About Su Socio de Negocios 
Su Socio de Negocios is a series of events and expos in Spanish that El Clasificado debuted in 2006. El Clasificado, an EC Hispanic Media company, is a multi-platform media company that connects buyers and sellers in the Hispanic community. El Clasificado’s print magazine has a verified weekly circulation of 510,000 that reaches 1.5 million weekly readers and is distributed from Fresno to San Diego and most recently to Yuma, Arizona. EC Hispanic Media also owns and operates, which reaches 18 million monthly page views and, which offers Hispanic small business owner’s information on how to grow their business.

Alicia García de Angela, Director of Content and Communications, [email protected],