Presentation on theme: "JALISCO OVERVIEW. POPULATION & AGE JALISCO ECONOMY GDP GDP Per Capita RANKING 7.3 Million & 23 years (average age) Second best economic potential in North."— Presentation transcript:
POPULATION & AGE JALISCO ECONOMY GDP GDP Per Capita RANKING 7.3 Million & 23 years (average age) Second best economic potential in North America* potential in North America* USD $ Billion USD $ 9,361 1st place in high-tech manufacturing industry manufacturing industry 25% of high-tech exports (nation wide) (nation wide) Jalisco is a Mexican state located strategically by the Pacific Ocean… …and is the most important high value economy in Mexico LOCATION Source: * FDI Magazine
JALISCO population 2010 Total: 7,350,682 MALEFEMALE YEARS Source: INEGI
Jalisco International Trade Global exports MUSD 58% of 2010 exports came from electronics and high tech sector Source: SEIJAL
Excellent academic & training facilities are established in Jalisco EDUCATION & TRAINING Sources: SEIJAL with data of SEJ 3,056,843 Total students (all grades included) Human potential Around 6,500 graduated engineers per year (2,000 specialized in high tech) 140 Bachelor degree schools 897 High schools 12 Universities 72 Postgraduate schools 56 Technical training schools 1 Major business school 2 Technological universities
WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE Sources: & SEPROEwww.investguadalajara.comwww.apiej.com 46 Industrial parks 4 Technology parks Logistic Center Guadalajara 2 Software parks 1 Media park
EASILY ACCESSIBLE 2 International airports (Guadalajara & Puerto Vallarta) Passengers movements during 2010 CITY National Flights International Flights Total Flights Puerto Vallarta 731, , ,300 Guadalajara , ,800 Guadalajara is located 300 km from Manzanillo, the busiest port in Mexico, as measured by total tonnage and volume of containerized cargo. The port is connected by main rail lines to Guadalajara and Mexico City. * From Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta airports Internationally, Jalisco is connected to main cities in the USA within less than a 4 hour in direct flights.
Source: SEI-JAL with datas of INEGI Also offers access to 50% of the Mexican population within a 560 kms radius. Access to 50,000,000 habitants EASILY ACCESSIBLE
Alpine towns Golf Sun & beach...AND QUALITY OF LIFE 16 golf courses Sailing Hiking Motocross More than 20 museums and several theaters Services 260 Hotels 19,000 Rooms 80 Clinics, hospitals and medical centers Culture
Source: CADELEC INCENTIVES & GRANTS
Training programs Infrastructure Land State contribution for training programs for employees at technical and professional levels. State contributions for improvements in infrastructure (electricity, water supply, roads, etc). Sale, useage, exchange, or lease of government property at competitive prices. State payroll tax of 2% * 100% discount for new companies established in the first year. * 50% of discount for the new jobs created during the second year and for companies in expansion process. R&D + I Professional Services,transfer of technology, tech and markets Studies, Intellectual Property protection. Quality certifications (ISO, QS, TS, AS, CMMI…)
WORLD WATCH THREAT LEVEL WORLD COMPARISON COMPARISON ASI GROUP, Global Risk Management:
SECURITY Security report: Jalisco holds a good position among Mexican states when you consider the 9 most commont types of crime: house burglary, shop/commercial burglary, car theft, robbery, homicide, assault, rape, kidnapping and extortion (RRS y Asociados, S. C. 2010).
In Summary Doing business in Mexico is cost effective and easy. Mexico has a very stable and growing economy. Guadalajara has a large pool of talent with thousands of professionals graduating from the 16 local universities. The city of Guadalajara has a thriving electronics industry & IT with the support of the government and community and continues to be a safe & profitable place to do business. Source:
Thank You ! For more information about AMERICAN INDUSTRIES GUADALAJARA : (Sergio Garcia de Alba) Former Secretary of Economy of Mexico (Alejandro Lara)