Expo México Emprende Chicago 2012

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The Entrepreneurial Mexico (México Emprende) Expo is the only exhibition for Mexican businessmen and entrepreneurs abroad seeking to start a micro, small or medium-sized business in Mexico. It offers them assessment, financing, technological innovation, marketing, training, conferences and workshops at no charge.

It will be held on May 25, 26 and 27 in the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

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OECD-SE 3rd Annual Conference

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OCDE-reforma regulatoria

Regulatory Improvement and Competition as Foundations for Competitiveness

Mexico's business environment has improved greatly over the last three years, as illustrated by international competitiveness indexes. Several initiatives on regulatory reform and competitiveness launched by Mexico's Federal Government, with the OECD's help, have been crucial to these achievements. They include the website tuempresa.gob.mx, the regulatory reform initiative Base Cero, the updated Regulatory Impact Assessment, the Strategy to Raise Productivity and Accelerate Growth, the OECD Guide to Improve the Regulatory Quality of State and Municipal Procedures in Mexico, among others. The OECD-SE 3rd Annual Conference on “Regulatory Improvement and Competition as Foundations for Competitiveness” will reflect on the results achieved in competitiveness, and identify the challenges for Mexico in the immediate future.



MIT Honors Young Mexicans with the TR35 Mexico Award

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Every year for more than a decade, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), through its magazine Technology Review, has sought the world’s most outstanding young innovators under 35 to receive the TR35 awards.

This year, Technology Review in Spanish is announcing the first edition of the TR35 awards in Mexico. The aim is to find fascinating, inspiring and revolutionary new work which will shape the world of technology and business in the near future.

The awards cover a plethora of activity sectors, from biotechnology, the development of new materials, energy and software to transport and Internet, among others.

The MIT is looking for people whose work in any of these areas is a promise of major development in the coming decades.

Its goal is to recognize the development of new technologies or the creative application of existing ones to solve current problems. MIT's desire is to reward work which is creative, original and relevant not only to the industry it is part of but to society as a whole.

For further information visit www.tr35mexico.com