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“Since the Mexican Association of Cigar Manufacturers turned to ProMéxico about twelve years ago, we have had a positive response from them. I can highly recommend ProMéxico, we owe them a lot.”
Lic. Alejandro Turrent
“The history of our relationship with ProMéxico dates back to the mid-eighties when we started to take our first steps into exporting. The relationship throughout the internationalization of the company has been productive, profitable and I think very close.”
“Kidzania is a Mexican idea. It was a more successful project than we expected, and that put us on the world map. ProMéxico has introduced us to local embassies; we meet the ambassador and people from ProMéxico and from the embassy are always there to help us. In the six or seven years we have been working, it has been a pleasure to work with ProMéxico.”
Xavier López Ancona
“We needed to find new ways to sell our production; it was no longer enough to sell it on the domestic market. We found a ProMéxico official and talked to him about our project. They helped us get organized, they trained us; we began to do research projects and market strategies, because we didn't know how before. Now we have a brand.”
Manuel Cázares Castro
“We needed a place where we could offer high quality, punctuality and at an acceptable cost: Mexico meets those three criteria. [?] We saw that, qualitatively, through three presidential administrations with two different political parties, there was a long-term commitment to the aerospace industry at state and federal levels.”
“As I understand ProMéxico, although it is a government entity, it works as a consultant to the benefit of Mexico but also to the benefit of the investor. If we, as a foreign company, promote Mexico, that is simply an opinion. But when it is a government body, that gives the investor more confidence, because automatically you see the ties and the support that the Mexican government is going to give this investment. And the most important thing for an investment is confidence in the future.”
“Mexico has a strong domestic market, but what we like best is the consistency of government commitment to make it an ideal place for business and for locating our manufacturing contracts and research and development resources. In conclusion, we trust the government leadership. We are not only going to remain committed to the investment but to expanding it.”
“Mexico is the fifth most important country for Grupo Danone. Danone de México wants to develop in Central America, from the production we have in Mexico. To export - towards Guatemala, for example - we have had to go through many processes. ProMéxico helped us understand and expedite everything we had to do.”
“ProMéxico has helped us to conduct all the economic studies to invest here. It has helped us to see which states have the best advantages in terms of production capacity.”
“General Motors made its first investment in Mexico in 1935. The attraction of foreign investment has been promoted for many years. Now, with the help of ProMéxico, it must be seen with more optimism.”
Ernesto M. Hernández Quiroz
“I appreciate the support of ProMéxico, which has played an important role in the promotion of foreign investment. We have had their support in the past and are confident that the collaboration will continue as our expansion plans materialize. Undoubtedly, Nestlé will be present in the future of Mexico.”
“For us, ProMéxico is an institution that connects us to many government bodies; they do it very effectively; they really think about how to achieve that balance between corporate welfare and the welfare of the country.”
Pedro Padierna Bartning
“The support provided by ProMéxico has been fundamental for our achievements. Our idea was only to produce high performance premium tires and bring our research and development skills to the country. When we explained this to ProMéxico, they opened doors. We have had the support of federal and state governments.”
Marco Tronchetti Provera
“During this time ProMéxico has always supported Volkswagen. At the beginning of 2010 we started to invest in new segments. This project had ProMéxico's support. So, there is potential for further growth in the future.”
“We decided to invest in Mexico, because Mexico is a very friendly environment for doing business. It´s a competitive place. We have skilled engineers, a good environment supported by the states and therefore it makes sense to invest on the long term.”
“I think quality also was part of the culture. The government, I think, was also looking to promote Aerospace. It was a strategic sector for them, so we studied deeper and we saw a lot of potential for Bombardier there.”
“The reason we are able to attract that kind of talent is because the Mexican government has created programs and they´ve also created educational facilities that allow us to have talented young engineers who really make a difference in our ability to contribute to GE aviation both throughout the world and especially in Latin America.”
“There is access to different types of people or resources that are needed to ensure the success of your operations. And also that you do have a government in place, organizations such as ProMéxico, that really want to see your project succeed.”
“The government of Mexico has been very helpful; in fact, from the very beginning, we´ve had very good relationships. They helped us find the locations, they helped us with incentives, they helped us solve the problems, and we had at the end the greatest honour, we had the president Mr. Peña Nieto come in for the opening.”
“Mexico is in a period of transition. It started with manufacturing and I think that in this aspect we have reached one of the best levels in the world. But now we are entering a new phase in Mexico: the innovation phase.”
“Mexico is an important market and we have high quality employees there. Mexico for us, is a place we can use as a base to export to all of Latin America and the USA.”
Pierre-André de Chalendar