Want to expand your business by becoming a supplier to major manufacturers in Baja California?
Save the date for MEXPORT 2014! Organized by the Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce, MEXPORT is the region's premier trade show promoting supplier opportunities in Baja California's manufacturing industry.
The San Diego CITD is offering eligible participant companies counseling sessions with business specialists before or during the expo, at no cost. Business specialists at the CITD assist Southern California companies find business partners in the Baja California region. Let us help you increase your business through exports.
San Diego is joining a pilot to create and implement plans to attract foreign direct investment as part of the Global Cities Initiative, a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase.
Assemblymember Jose Medina (D-Riverside) Chair of the Assembly Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee (JEDE), held a JEDE Committee hearing at the Port of San Diego administration building to examine how the Southern California goods movement system impacts the state's global competitiveness and ability to retain high paying jobs.
Trade between the United States and San Diego’s neighbor, Mexico, has more than doubled since 2009, due in large part to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and local organizations that promote the practice.
South County is preparing for a large growth spurt, as long-range projects start construction and new investors head south, regional leaders said March 13 at a roundtable discussion held by The Daily Transcript.
Over the last few weeks, events in San Diego and in Mexicali have highlighted industrial supply chain opportunities throughout Baja California's various manufacturing industries, says Co-Production International (CPI). The administrative and shelter services provider based out of San Diego notes regional growth underscored by the recent events targeting supply chain opportunities in Mexico.