During last year, at least 36 new companies have joined the French-Mexican Chamber of Commerce, of which 33 % belongs to medium and large groups, said Claire Schmidt, director of Bajio Chapter, in the presentation of the 2018 Activities Report held in Terrastella.

 

Before association members, CCFM presented their 2018 Activities report for its review, discussion and approval that included the Directive Board as Association activities, as well as a presentation of financial statements of the same.

 

“At the beginning of this administration, we took on the task of talking with each associate and realize that in order to continue growing we needed to renew ourselves and be the Chamber our members requested us: close, with better-addressed services and higher impact events.  They sought for us to become the voice of French-Mexican companies,” said Raul Perez de Celis, president of CCFM-Bajio Chapter Directive Board.

 

He explained that as a result of this the work they have done is based in cooperation and approach with France Embassy and the French-Mexican Chamber, the approach with institutions and organisms, implementation of greater significance committees, keep a social project and establish an ONUDI project.

 

“For more than 20 years, Queretaro and the region have achieved fulfilling their growth in a sustainable manner.”

 

Meanwhile, Claire Schmidt presented information regarding figures and activities such as networking events, conference breakfasts, annual assembly and exhibitions and fairs such as “Industrial Human Capital Summit IHC,” “Die Casting,” “Aerospace Summit” and “Agri-food Exhibition.”

 

She also detailed activities such as company visits, intended to strengthen linkage, job services, and workshops.

 

“2018 distinguished by the approach with each of our members, to better advise our actions trying to service expectations,” the director explained.

 

The French-Mexican Chamber of Commerce is part of an international network that includes 123 Chambers in 92 countries.