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El contenido de nuestra sección de negocios es provisto por profesionales expertos en las áreas de administración de empresas, contabilidad, economía, propietarios de empresas, publicaciones líderes en las noticias de negocios incluyendo a tales como El Washington Post, PR Newswire US y otros. Las fuentes clave también incluyen transcripciones de noticias de periódicos, radio y televisión, publicaciones comerciales, de revistas, y cablegráficos. También cubrimos los eventos regionales y locales de negocios y expos empresariales, y compartimos nuestra sección única de historias empresariales de éxito.

August, 2019

  • 8 August

    Yuma Has Open Arms for New Investment

    -Editorial Mayor of Yuma, Douglas J. Nicholls, along with the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce and Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation unveiled the “Open for Business” signs in Yuma. More than simply City signage that reads “Open for Business,” the unveiling was an opportunity to talk about Yuma’s fast growth …

  • 4 August

    Mexicali Microbrewers Association has new president

    By: Fidel Gastelum, Reporter The Mexicali microbrewers association dressed up to appoint the new head of their board of directors. Pedro De Lara Garcia, the past president, passed on his responsibility to Oscar Galindo Singh, who will be in charge of the association, and who presented his new “Chicali Brewers” …

July, 2019

  • 29 July

    MARTÍ BATRES SUPPORT WAS DETERMINING FOR INCLUSION OF ENSENADA IN 8% VAT: CANACINTRA

    Ensenada, B.C.- The support of Senator Martí Batres Guadarrama, President of the Senate of the Republic was decisive for the inclusion of Ensenada in the Border Strip for the purpose of reducing the Value Added Tax from 16 to 8%, Alejandro Jara Soria acknowledged. The president of the National Chamber …

  • 27 July

    Imperial Avenue in Calexico Merchants Concerned About Traffic Changes

    By: Mario Conde Imperial Avenue in Calexico is a diverse business district with restaurants, auto dealerships, insurance businesses, and money exchange places that serve people that are going to Mexico. A plan to close access from Imperial Avenue to the new port of entry on Second Street in Calexico raised …

  • 14 July

    Creation of formal employment collapses 88%, shocking figure in Summer 2019

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) The economic slowdown and business uncertainty impact the creation of jobs. The Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) reported that during May 2019 3,983 formal jobs were created, a fall of 88.2 percent, compared to the same month in 2018. The creation of jobs during …

  • 8 July

    Institute of Human and Business Excellence shares experience with entrepreneurs in Mexicali

    -Editorial The Institute of Human and Business Excellence, led by Salvador and Yadira Gutiérrez, offered a conference aimed at entrepreneurs from Mexicali, who seek to create and strengthen alliances, with a view in the growth of the business community. The event was held at Club Camac restaurant, where the main …

  • 7 July

    Copyright and trademarks

    By: Jaime Israel Dávila Gómez, copyright and trademarks expert attorney While it is true that copyright and trademarks belong to parties other than intellectual property, it is also true that the same object can be subject to the two aforementioned protections, requiring something that in practice has been called cumulative …

  • 5 July

    The Story of Santo Tomas Comes to an End

    -Editorial Santo Tomas Swap Meet has been an important place for shoppers, for Calexico and Mexicali residents for over four decades. Their story with Calexico is now finished as they closed permanently. A devastating fire was the beginning of the end for the Swap Meet when around 7 p.m. on …

June, 2019

  • 25 June

    Eduardo Garcia Celebrates $2.9 Million State Grant to Expand Oberon Fuels’ Facility in Brawley

    California Energy Commission Grant will create new local green jobs  El Centro, CA. – Friday morning, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) and the California Energy Commission will present Oberon Fuels with a check celebrating a $2.9 million state grant to upgrade its Brawley pilot plant facility and to produce the first renewable dimethyl …

  • 22 June

    Beyond Borders Gazette Celebrates 3 Years

    -Editorial Surrounded by friends, colleagues, and a spectacular look view of Mexicali at night was the way Beyond Borders Gazette celebrated its 3rd anniversary. The celebration took place at Punta Este in Mexicali that is the current tallest corporate building in the city. Friends, sponsors, and collaboration of the Gazette …

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