Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Chamber team joined CETYS Universidad and Mexico’s Secretariat of Economy for an initiative between public sector, private sector and academia to identify inhibitors that become a challenge to our regional competitiveness including government regulations, logistics and import/export process. The kick off to this initiative included a visit from the Undersecretary for Competitiveness at Mexico’s Secretariat […]

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In 2005, Angel’s Depot Founder and Executive Director Susan Hall learned that 50,000 San Diego County seniors live in poverty with inadequate aid to provide for their most basic needs. Ms. Hall, a seasoned nonprofit professional, founded The Angel’s Depot on July 17, 2005 with a mission to provide food for the elderly poor living in […]

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Chamber staff participated in a “Frontera Friday” meeting which featured Antonio Ortiz-Mena, the former Head of Section for Economic Affairs at the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D.C. Frontera Friday is a quarterly event organized by the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies and the Urban Studies and Planning Program at UC San Diego to connect leaders from both […]

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