Mission: To promote the attraction of direct foreign investment and the export of goods and services, as well as the internationalization of Mexican companies in order to contribute to Mexico's economic and social development and strengthen the country's image as a strategic business partner.
Founded in 1945, the Mexican Association of Automobile Dealers (AMDA) groups 1,800 dealerships established in the 210 most important cities. It generates more than 100,000 direct jobs and 300,000 indirect; brings together 42 brands of light and heavy vehicles, it also a member of the Latin American Association of Automobile Dealers (ALADDA).
AMDA offers its members a range of services including workshops and training courses; search, selection and evaluation of personnel through 'Bolsa de Trabajo AMDA'; tax, legal and environmental consulting; and the CFDI´s Authentication System, better known as 'Factura AMDA', among many other supports more.
The CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND TECHNOLOGY MEXICO CHINA is:
A non-profit and private organization created in 2008 to represent, promote and defend the interests of Mexican companies with operations in China and Chinese companies with operations in Mexico. It also complements the trade promotion and investment attraction activities of both governments.
The CCTMC has been able to support more than 600 companies reducing economic risks and losses through its services of commercial intelligence, foreign trade, consulting, logistics, procedures, training, among others.
The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce (USMCOC) was founded in Washington D.C. In 1973 by a group of Mexican and American entrepreneurs as a non-profit business association, with the purpose of promoting commercial, investment and partnership relations between Mexican and US companies.
In its fourth decade of activity, the Chamber has established itself as a leading organization in business and has participated in important events such as the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Currently, USMCOC operates through a network of Chapters and Offices in major cities in Mexico and the United States.
Autoexplora is a multimedia company 100 percent Mexican, dedicated to the automotive industry, which not only offers the view of driving experience but also an identifier element: the lifestyle of his followers. Through different media, radio, magazine and Internet Autoexplora it has established itself as an opinion leader, which transforms and contributes to the interactive dynamics of users and their vehicles. There is not talking only of cars, but about people and circumstances that make the driving experience. From 2006 to date Autoexplora still talking about how to live your driving experience.
EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.
Venta Competitiva is the first HHRR consulting firm in Mexico truly specialized in sales and customer service. Since 2008 we help companies to improve sales productivity, reduce turnover and create a customer service culture.
With more than 9,000 sales people assessed in Mexico & Latin America and more than 500,000 Chally Group world wide`s data base we use Sale talent analytics to predict who are the people more likely to succeed in a sales role.
We help companies in a large range of industries however many of our current customers are automotive retail dealers.
Our portfolio of services includes:
Mexican Enterprise located at Mexico City specialized in Research and Development, specifically in the fields of Computer Science and Electronics for the Industry in general, for example: Automotive, Electronics, Health care, and more over.
Some of our main developments, which are being used in the Industry, are around the creation of Software solutions for protocols interoperability that provide our customers the possibility of integrating their internal system with those tools/devices that are not supported natively, some examples are: Tightening Tools, Controllers, PLCs, GPIOs, etc.
We have the ability of creating modular and smart solutions, which allow us to fit our standard Software to any specific requirement that our customers may need. This is the main reason we can bring to our customers, solutions that could require from a highly intuitive GUI with a sequencer that controls a tool, to a service that runs in background of a server and handles multiple tools for collecting their data without the need of modifying the main core of our Software.
· Tightening Systems
· Production Line
· Visual Assistance
· Assembly Machine Software
· Pick to Light
· Industrial Networks
· Multiple Programming Languages
· Embedded Systems
· R&D in Hardware: DSP, Digital Systems, Artificial Vision, etc.
PindNET Launching Next:
· Pick-2-Light Systems
· Ubiquity Solutions
· High speed and high performance GPIOs
Since 1993, DTS, Inc. (Nasdaq: DTSI) has been dedicated to making the world sound better. Through its pioneering audio solutions for mobile devices, home theater systems, cinema and beyond, DTS provides incredibly high-quality, immersive and engaging audio experiences to listeners everywhere.
DTS technology is integrated in more than two billion devices globally, and the world's leading video and music streaming services are increasingly choosing DTS to deliver premium sound to their listeners' network-connected devices.
· HEADQUARTERED IN CALABASAS, CA
· 400 employees worldwide
· Listed on Nasdaq in 2003 (DTSI)
· Annual Revenue $138 m (2015)
· Chairman & CEO Jon Kirchner
1993. Theaters. Thousands per year. Movie theater surround sound equipment
1997. Home. MILLIONS PER YEAR AV Receivers, Home Theater in-a-Box systems
2004. Blu-ray. TENS OF MILLIONS PER YEAR. Blu-ray players, BD-equipped PCs
2015. Automotive. IBIQUITY DIGITAL AQUIRED BY DTS
2015+. Connected. BILLIONS WORLDWIDE. Connected TVs, Smartphones, Tablets, Automobiles, Ultrabooks, PCs…
iBiquity Digital Corporation, developed the digital radio standard called In-Band On – Channel (IBOC), better known as HD Radio Technology
HD Radio in United States:
• Only terrestrial digital radio approved by FCC
• 2,200+ HD Radio stations
• 90% of population are cover
• 200 models of cars with HD Radio Technology
HD Radio in Mexico
• Only terrestrial digital radio approved by IFT
• 100+ HD Radio channels
• 31% of population are cover
• + 50 models of cars with HD Radio Technology