Mexicali CDI is Set to Host the 1st Manufacturing Summit in Canada
The Industrial Development Commission of Mexicali (CDI) presents “A Manufacturing & Design Strategies Summit” on Tuesday, May 17th in Toronto at the Hilton Garden Inn Mississauga Airport West.
Learn about Mexicali’s strategic advantages, expanding operations in Mexicali and current success stories at this FREE, half-day informational seminar. This is the 1st summit that the CDI will host in Canada.
Meet the executives of the CDI and local representatives of ProMexico, the Mexican governmental agency that assists companies wishing to invest or sell in Mexico. You will also have an opportunity to interact with the president of the Mexico-Canada Alliance of Commerce and specialists in Mexico’s manufacturing industry. A panel of specialists will discuss best business practices for start-up and continued management in Mexicali. Case studies will be presented first-hand by Mexicali’s plant manager of GKN Aerospace and the president/CEO of the Formglas Group.
This seminar has as its focus manufacturing and will be of great interest to companies in this sector. View the complete agenda online. For more information and registration please contact Inka Gerschinski with the CDI by phone at 1-800-952-8481 or by email at .
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About the Mexicali CDI
The Mexicali CDI works to promote Mexicali as a trade and investment destination. The CDI’s goal is to attract and retain companies that in turn contribute to the sustainable industrial development of the community. The CDI strives to be recognized as a leading economic development organization. Innovation, trust, performance, commitment and initiative are the foundation for its work ethic. Visit www.mexicaliindustrial.com for more information.
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