Derived from the great economic challenges and opportunities that our region represents, the National Chamber of the Electronics Industry, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (Canieti), Northwest Zone, will seek to work in close collaboration, within the framework of a common front on strategic issues, with the new administration headed by Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, for the period 2021 – 2027.
The President of this business organization, Román Caso Espinosa, highlighted the importance of joint work between the government and the private initiative for the development of existing companies and promoting a public policy for the promotion of national and foreign investment in our entity, as well as the training, financing, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
“Despite the adverse conditions derived from the pandemic and some other factors derived from it, such as problems in supply chains, our sector continues to register growth in its operations, as well as in the workforce in different specialties,” he added.
In this sense, Caso Espinosa indicated that he has excellent expectations in the new state administration, headed by a Governor who has always expressed her openness and willingness, who also knew how to form a work team in a cabinet with proven capacity and experience like Kurt Honold Morales, as Secretary of Economy and Innovation.
“It is pleasing to know that within the framework of your agenda are relevant issues such as addressing the challenges related to water supply and electricity, continuing to promote legal certainty, simplifying the regulatory framework, transparency, and agility in government processes.”
Finally, the president of Canieti Noroeste, Román Caso Espinosa, expressed his best wishes to the new head of the Executive of the State Government since the competitiveness and business development of Baja California depends on the proactive participation of all.