Published On: Thu, Jun 24th, 2021

India and Guanajuato strengthen ties

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India’s success is due to various factors such as academic sector innovation and research, entrepreneurial determination, institutional support

León, Guanajuato.- The Institute of Innovation, Science and Entrepreneurship for Competitiveness for the State of Guanajuato (IDEAGTO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with India Mexico Business Chamber AC

Said formal act has the objective of Strengthening the Innovation Ecosystem; promote the culture and revitalization of Startups; the transfer of technology and knowledge for competitiveness with the aspiration of further strengthening friendly relations with India, as well as involving and promoting technical cooperation by sharing the experience and knowledge of Indian development in the aforementioned areas.

Antonio Reus Montaño, General Director of IDEAGTO mentioned that the same language is spoken between India and Mexico, which is that of innovation, and therefore bridges can be built, but it is necessary to recognize the resources available and share them.

“Technology allows us to collaborate with each other, regardless of where you are, so today this agreement is made with India,” said Reus Montaño

For his part, the President of the IT Subcommittee of India-Mexico Business AC, Pablo Gallegos Herrera, stated that they will work for greater cooperation in the search for synergies and solutions in the Information Technology sector.

He added that India’s success is due to several factors such as innovation and research in the academic sector, business determination, institutional support, among others.

Currently, approximately 18 Indian IT companies are established in Mexico, with a presence in states such as Mexico City, Jalisco, Nuevo León, Querétaro, Coahuila, and Aguascalientes, thus generating 25 thousand jobs.

The signing of this Memorandum of Understanding contributes to improving future bilateral cooperation, as well as to mutual social and economic development through the possible participation of the private sector.

Juhi Rai, Trade and Economic Representative of the Embassy of India in Mexico, and Amparo Kushelevich, general administrator India-Mexico Business Chamber also attended this formal ceremony.

Source: elsoldesalamanca.com.mx

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