Business Relationships Between Israel And The Cali-Baja Region

In the fourth Cal-Israel edition, there were also business meetings with local entrepreneurs and innovators
Entrepreneurs from both Israel and the region of California and Baja California met in the Fourth Edition of the event “Cali-Israel Mexico Innovation Expo”, a space in which they had the opportunity to hold business meetings and learn about the facilities of this zone for industrial development and dental work in Tijuana Mexico.
The event was organized jointly by Tijuana Innovadora, which is chaired by José Galicot Behar, and by Tijuana Economic and Industrial Development (DEITAC), who undertook the task of generating a space for investors and developers of industrial projects.
The head of DEITAC, said that it was through the Consulate of Mexico in San Diego that the Israelis sought to show their projects to local businesses in the facilities of the Bit Center, which brings together innovative companies from Tijuana.
He affirmed that for the business community on both sides of the border it is elementary that the region ensures to keep events of this nature, so it is necessary to develop sufficient business networks that can improve the technological innovation ecosystem of the city.
“Not only the Tijuana industry benefits, but the young people of the innovation ecosystem, the engineers who want to put their companies, they are favored with these opportunities,” he said.
Mayagoitia Stone considered it necessary to have local investment in Israel’s projects, since some are of sufficient interest to contribute significantly to the industry that is developing in the region.
Another advantage lies, he added, in the knowledge that the Cali-Baja region can offer to Israeli entrepreneurs and vice versa, ideas that can contribute to materialize important ideas that advance technological innovation.
The inauguration was attended by the Consul General of Mexico in San Diego, the holder of the Israel Economic and Trade Mission to Mexico, and the former mayor of San Diego, among other businessmen from both sides of the border and of the Middle East country.