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Southern Mexico Grabs the Spotlight

By Alejandro Enríquez | Thu, 01/07/2021 - 17:04

National projects such as the Mayan Train are boosting economic growth and the development of the south of Mexico, especially in the state of Yucatan. New high-end hotels will arrive in Tulum, Quintana Roo. SENERMEX will also play a major role in the development of passenger trains in Mexico.

In this week's Startup Contributors pieces, we introduce Juan Carlos Castro, Co-founder of Briq, the online platform to invest in real estate, and Enrique Suárez, CEO of Mountx Real Estate Capital.

This is the Week in Infrastructure!

Real Estate Investment in the South of Mexico to Increase in 2021

National projects such as the Mayan Train are boosting economic growth and the development of the south of Mexico, especially in the city of Merida, Yucatan. The state is ideal for corporate development because it offers options for urban development and connectivity.

SENERMEX’s Major Role in Mexican Train Projects

SENERMEX Engineering and Systems has consolidated itself as the main advisory company in the reactivation of passenger trains in Mexico, thanks to its involvement in the Mexico City-Toluca Interurban Train and the Mayan Train.

Startup Contributors

Juan Carlos Castro, Co-Founder of Briq Fund: Fear is the Entrepreneur's Best Ally and Worst Enemy. 

Learn more about how entrepreneurs are getting out of the comfort zone and thinking about solving complex situations when investing in infrastructure projects.

Enrique Suárez, CEO of Mountx Real Estate Capital: The Rise of Tokenization.

Learn more about the tokenization of assets in which the rights to an asset are converted into a digital token on a blockchain.

Featured Interviews

Dianco's Director General and Co-founder Hector Romero Morales explains how the company approaches Mexico's sargassum problem.       

Mexico to Speed Up Mayan Train Construction

Bnamericas details Mexican government plans to accelerate the construction of the Mayan Train line.

Aloft to Land in Tulum.

With a US$25 million investment, Marriott's Aloft will start operations in February in Tulum.

Alejandro Enríquez Alejandro Enríquez Journalist and Industry Analyst