Yucatán will be under the scrutiny of the 500 most influential industrialists in the country

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Half a thousand entrepreneurs will come next year to “explore” the entity to make investments in various segments

MÉRIDA, Yucatán.- Next year, Mérida will host the 500 most influential industrialists in the country, who will come to “explore” Yucatán as a destination to make investments in various segments.

The Yucatán de la Canacintra delegation reported that last Friday, at the closing of its annual convention in Tampico, Tamaulipas, with 34 votes the city of Mérida won Torreón (which achieved 26) and was chosen as the headquarters of the National Convention of Delegations of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry in 2022.

It will be the first time that the Yucatecan capital will host the country’s main industrialists, who will review and propose the sector’s agenda from these lands.


The president of Canacintra-Yucatán, Jorge Charruf Cáceres, stressed that obtaining the headquarters for Mérida next year will allow the entity that the main industrialists of Mexico observe the benefits that the entity offers to invest.

He commented that the delegation that participated in Tampico opted to show the advantages that Mérida offers to host an event of this magnitude, in which the participation of some 500 delegates belonging to the Canacintra throughout the country is expected.

In this regard, the municipal president of Mérida, Renán Barrera Concha, celebrated the election of the Yucatecan capital as the venue for the Canacintra 2022 National Convention.

“It is undoubtedly great news to continue with the economic reactivation of our city and consolidate it as a tourist destination for business and conventions,” he highlighted through his social networks.

The Yucatecan delegation that participated in the port of Tampico in search of the headquarters was headed by Jorge Charruf Cáceres, Luis Fernando Puerto Gutiérrez and Ligia Barceló Cazola, president, director and secretary of CanacintraYucatán, respectively; the mayor of Mérida, Renán Barrera Concha; the head of the Sefoet, Ernesto Herrera Novelo; the leader of Amprofec southeast, Gonzalo Novelo Luján, and the federal deputy Rommel Pacheco.

Source: sipse.com

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