WELCOME TO TREPCAMP @Mexico City
TREPCAMP Mexico City
In the past years, México has had a significant growth in the entrepreneurial sector.
Today, México City is considered the entrepreneurial capital of the country. Thanks to its location, infrastructure, technology, telecommunication and population, it’s considered a very strategic place to start your own business.
Biotechnology has grown to become one of the most important sectors in the scientific and technology areas in México. Thanks to its great interest and constant development, Mexico is now playing a significant role in the biotechnology revolution.
Last year, Easy Park has stated that México City is one of the Top 100 cities with more development in the Smart Cities industry.
INTERNET OF THINGS
One of the most growing sectors in México City. In 2015 people used to have as an average 2 devices, but in 2020 some studies expect that citizens will use at least 7 devices on their daily lives.
Fintech is one of the most relevant sectors in the investment, public politics, and entrepreneurial industry in México City. There are more than 200 technology startups and the amount increases every year.
It is one of the universities with the highest academic recognition in Latin America. El Tecnológico de Monterrey has stood out for having an active presence in both, the business areas, and in technological innovation by its engineers. The university has the best business school in México and Latin America, and stands out for being the private university with more patents in the country attributed to their research in biotechnology, health, automotive sector, food and manufacturing industry.
ITESM Campus Santa Fe is located 25.4 kilometers from Terminal 1 of the Benito Juárez México International Airport, and 26.3 kilometers from Terminal 2.
To get from the airport to the bedrooms, it is recommended to use the DiDi or Uber platforms.
Estimated accommodation costs: $700 - $1,000 USD Meal plan not included.
MEET THE 2019 TEAM
Extraordinary people that helped, assisted and mentored in Mexico City during the entrepreneurial journey.