Business Leaders Welcome Mexico Business NewsBy Alessa Flores | Thu, 01/23/2020 - 17:15
CEOs, director generals and other leaders of Mexico’s most prominent industries met on Wednesday at Torre Punta Reforma to celebrate the launch of Mexico Business News, the new digital business intelligence platform that seeks to become the ideal information tool for top decision-makers in the country. The new digital format will host high-value English-language content including interviews and expert opinions, as well as maps, infographics and analysis produced by Mexico Business Publishing’s industry specialists.
Mexico Business News aims to regularly invite expert contributors from each of Mexico’s major industries to build a more robust business information platform. Mexico Business News “will allow industry leaders to share their knowledge and expertise, which will generate a community of more informed leaders,” said Roberto Ballinez, Executive Directors of Public Finance and Infrastructure at HR Ratings during the event.
Business leaders were receptive to Mexico Business Publishing joining the wave of digitalization. “Today it is increasingly important that companies use digital media to communicate. The future is in technology,” said Alejandro Martin, Director General of the pharmaceutical company Mayoly Splinder. For others, the value of the new platform was found in having access to more than 7,000 interviews and Mexico-specific market intelligence articles in one place. “Jamaica is very interested in bringing investors to Mexico and this platform will undoubtedly provide us with the perfect panorama to learn about the best opportunities here,” said Jason K. M. Hall, Ambassador of Jamaica in Mexico.
Among the guests were companies such as Mag Medical, RM Pharma and Mayoly Splinder from the health sector; Bosch, SSA México and Kia Motors from the automotive sector; Agilent Technologies, Schneider Electric and Accendo Banco from the mining sector; Grupo TMM, AMEXHI, COSOL, Grupo Protexa and Total from the energy and oil and gas sectors, as well as public officials from the Ministry of Energy, Jefatura de la Presidencia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of South Korea and Jamaica.