Mexico is quickly becoming one of the world's manufacturing giants. A strategic geographical location and a relatively cost effective labor base are major factors. Business travelers will likely be visiting Mexico City, Guadalajara or Monterrey, where 90 percent of Mexico's businesses have their headquarters. Mexico City is the home of Mexico's government and the major power center of the entire country. We have put together a few pages of information for the business traveler that offer some insight into these three cities and also a special page of links to even more information for business travelers.

Mexico City is the center of the country as far as the government is concerned, the country's laws are drafted and passed there. All of the important law firms as well as the major accounting firms are based in Mexico City, although most have branches in Guadalajara and Monterrey.

Guadalajara and Monterrey are both very important business centers and rapidly gaining in popularity as far as doing business is concerned. The traffic and pollution of Mexico City are becoming major drawbacks for companies that may wish to establish a presence in Mexico. Guadalajara and Monterrey are gaining in importance because of more favorable business atmosphere and better living conditions for employees as well as executives.

The links below should give you enough information about each city to help you with finding contacts or to get started with your research about any kind of business or project you may have.

  • Intercontinental Hotel
  • Crowne Plaza Hotel
  • Indigo Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Hotel
  • Tropical Wedding Beach Cancun Mexico