Global Outsourcing Information is Marketing Partner of Upcoming Tech Mex 2013 Conference in London

Publisher of Outsourcing to Mexico Guide Helps to Promote Mexico as a “Prime Destination” to U.K. Businesses

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Join us in London at Tech Mex 2013 to learn about the business case for the burgeoning bilateral trade between Mexico and the U.K., as well as the tremendous opportunities Mexico offers for companies in the U.S. and the world over.

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

Global Outsourcing Information Inc., a New York-based company that specializes in research and publishing about global outsourcing destinations and that has published its first Outsourcing Destinations Guide about outsourcing to Mexico, has been named a marketing partner of the upcoming Tech Mex 2013 conference taking place in London on May 21, 2013.

Victoria Prussen Spears, co-author of Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013 and co-founder and chief executive officer of Global Outsourcing Information, stated that businesses interested in outsourcing to Mexico or learning about outsourcing to Mexico “should attend the Tech Mex 2013 conference to learn about the business case for the burgeoning bilateral trade between Mexico and the U.K., as well as the tremendous opportunities Mexico offers for companies in the U.S. and the world over.”

Ms. Spears noted that the conference “will focus on Mexico’s booming digital/technology industry, highlighting specific opportunities, the developing culture of entrepreneurialism and innovation and the start-up environment in Mexico.”

Steven Leof, a co-chair of the Tech Mex 2013 conference who is a Business Development Director at Softtek and an Advisory Board Member of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain, said that, “We are very pleased to be working with Global Outsourcing Information as a marketing partner.” Mr. Leof added that, “the important work done by Global Outsourcing Information in providing comprehensive, up-to-date information about outsourcing to Mexico helps to advance the efforts of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain and the Tech Mex 2013 conference to describe the opportunities available in Mexico to business people interested in outsourcing.

Opening remarks at the conference will be given by Judith MacGregor, the British Ambassador to Mexico, and closing remarks will be given by Alejandro Ives Estivill-Castro, Chargé d’Affaires, Embassy of Mexico to the United Kingdom. Keynote speakers and panelists include:

  •     Nicolás Guzmán, CEO, McCann Mexico;
  •     Marcus Dantus, Director, Wayra Mexico;
  •     Russ Shaw, Founder, Tech London Advocates;
  •     Fernando Valenzuela Migoya, CEO, President Latin America at Cengage Learning;
  •     Luis Felipe Muñoz, Senior International Tax Manager at PwC Mexico;
  •     Tim Sewart, Partner, DAC Beachcroft; and
  •     Andreu Tobella, Director & Co-Founder, Clicab.

The Tech Mex conference has been organized by The Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain with support from U.K. Trade & Investment as well as the Mexican Embassy in the U.K. Other event sponsors include Softtek and DAC Beachcroft; Samsung is a technology sponsor and the Churchill Hyatt Regency London is the Tech Mex 2013 Official Conference Hotel.

In addition to Global Outsourcing Information, other marketing partners for the conference include the British Mexican Society, BVCA, Canning House, EMA of London, Enterprise Europe Network, LatinAmerican Forum, The Law Society of England and Wales, the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, London & Partners, MexSoc UK, Mex Unidos UK, ProMéxico, Red de Talentos Mexicanos, and Tech London Adocates.

For more information about the conference, visit: http://mexcc.wordpress.com/.

Global Outsourcing Information, a publishing company headquartered in Miller Place, New York, and member of the Nearshore Executive Alliance, writes and publishes Destination Guides containing the most up-to-date, reliable, highly researched, analytical, and comprehensive nearshoring and outsourcing destinations information available anywhere. Global Outsourcing Information’s new book, Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013, is the first in a series of Destination Guides planned by the company.

Ms. Spears is available to editors and writers as a source about outsourcing to Mexico and other Latin American countries. A digital copy of Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013 is available at no cost to journalists. For more information, visit globaloutsourcinginfo.com, e-mail info(at)globaloutsourcinginfo(dot)com or call 315.636.4272.