During the forum “The Net of Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, the municipal president of Huixquilucan, Enrique Vargas del Villar, made a commitment to the young attendees who next year will deliver a million pesos for the best 100 entrepreneur projects.
He said that these 100 projects will be supported with 10 thousand pesos to start, and made votes for both men and women to participate and realize their dreams.
“Believe in you, each one of you can push you forward, eat the world with responsibility, always seeing you do good”, said the mayor of Huixquilucan before young students and entrepreneurs in the municipality.
After sharing experiences with the attendees, Vargas del Villar, invited them to set goals and reach them with a winning mind.
Meanwhile, Enrique Jacob Rocha, Secretary of Economic Development of the State of Mexico, recalled that Huixquilucan has been characterized by supporting and guiding a good part of its youth towards entrepreneurship, this forum being a good example, which is why the official The State congratulated the mayor for the actions carried out in the matter.
“That Huixquilucan has a commitment to promoting entrepreneurship is something worth highlighting”, said the head of Economic Development.
Patricia Valdivieso Salcedo, of E-Women by CONCAMIN, thanked the mayor, Enrique Vargas, for the support given to this great forum that seeks to motivate young people to undertake and invited them to approach the appropriate instances to carry out their projects.
During the Forum “The Net of Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, was attended by Daniel Moska Arreola, founding member of the leadership committee of the Best Mexican Companies; Gabriela Ríos Landa, Director of the United Nations Development Program in Mexico; Marcus Dantus, founder Startup Mexico and member of Shark Tank Mexico; Fernando Gallardo, founder of Tomato Valley; Alejandro Cardoso, CEO Massivart and former executive president of Publicis Groupe Latin America; Diana Hernández, Social Lab Disruptive and Marcela Valiente Mcky Innovare, as well as Andrés Neshudo, youtuber top 3 of technology in Mexico.
Also published on Medium.