The Chamber’s upcoming Cross-Border Business Forum will take place August 16th at Club de Empresarios in Tijuana. The forum will address the transportation and infrastructure aspect of the goods movement including opportunities to further increase connectivity and boost our binational economy, and discuss the challenges of keeping up with a growing population and reducing our carbon footprint while remaining globally competitive.
With an integrated supply chain worth over $2.5B, a binational community and tourist destination, Cali-Baja relies on its connectivity for the transportation of people and goods by land, sea, and air. This connectivity is possible via the region’s three major international airports, two deep-sea commercial ports, rail connections, highways and six land ports of entry.
The purpose of these quarterly forums is to provide business leaders the essential knowledge and resources needed to thrive within the binational marketplace. For meeting details, or to register, click here.