Buildings
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Mexico can become one of the first countries in Latin America to implement Smart Cities in Mexico City, Queretaro, among others.
Irene Merino
Expert Contributor
Irene Merino
Head of Human Resources
Decathlon Mexico
https://www.linkedin.com/in/irene-merino-5278b7111/
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Employees are the engine that makes everything function properly in a company, that is why Decathlon has created its own innovative processes.
Ricardo Iñurria
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Ricardo Iñurria
Regional Director Querétaro
Out Helping
Out Helping is a Mexican human resources company that specializes in the automotive and aerospace sectors.
Richard Wells
Insight
Richard Wells
President
The Lexington Group
A sustainability department can be helpful as an internal consultant but it cannot transform the company’s vision and increase its future resilience
Guillermo García Alcocer
Roundtable
Guillermo García Alcocer
Chairman
CRE

CRE offers young professionals the possibility to leave their mark on the country and contribute to its future growth. Mexico’s reforms have laid the groundwork to increase the country’s competitiveness. It is a critical moment in our history. The Energy Reform allows new ways of developing the country’s most vulnerable regions. We can transform Mexico’s southeastern states into economic powerhouses just by supplying natural gas to them. The electricity sector’s reform has not attracted as much attention as that for hydrocarbons but it is probably the most powerful for boosting the country’s economic development. Energy has the potential to change Mexicans’ way of living for the better. It can create new jobs and give young Mexicans a wider range of options for the future. CRE is an important part of creating a strong energy industry to transform the country’s social structure.

Human talent has been singled out as one of the most controversial subjects resulting from the Energy Reform.
Daniel Parfait
Roundtable
Daniel Parfait
President
Safran Mexico

Mexico has a promising future in aerospace as the country is now consolidating its expertise. One of Safran’s greatest contributions to the local industry, beyond generating employment and foreign investment, is education. In response to its importance, we are developing joint education programs with UNAQ, in which students learn theory at the university and get practical experience at our plants. We also can send some of them to our plants in France with support from the Mexican government. We are forging a generation that will shape the Mexican aerospace future.

A common factor uniting companies in all industries in all new locations is the search for the right expertise.
MTF 2015
News Article
Mexico Talent Forum 2015: Understanding the Legal Environment presentation highlights
MARCOS PÉREZ Director of Product Development at Ford de México
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Marcos Pérez
Director of Product Development
Ford de México
Our Mexican R&D operations started in 1964 with a small team of about 180 engineers.
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