El Paso Chamber, MEXICONOW tease economic collaboration to bolster Borderland growth
EL PASO, Texas — The El Paso Chamber and MEXICONOW announced a "landmark partnership" that will strengthen the economy and trade opportunities across the Borderplex region.
According to the two organizations, this collaboration capitalizes on the Borderland's unique economic characteristics and signifies a "major step forward" in fostering relations on both sides of the border.
The partnership is set to kick off with a joint event in March, which will mark the first of many initiatives to promote business growth and supply chain development in the region.
“We are incredibly excited to embark on this partnership with MEXICONOW and Sergio Ornelas. This collaboration represents a groundbreaking opportunity to harness the economic potential of the Borderplex region. By combining our strengths, we aim to create a vibrant platform for businesses to thrive, fostering deeper cross-border relationships and driving innovation in trade and manufacturing. The upcoming event in March is just the beginning. We are committed to unlocking new avenues for growth and prosperity in our community,” said Andrea Hutchins, President & CEO of the El Paso Chamber.
Adding to the sentiment, Sergio L. Ornelas del Bosque, Business Development Director for MEXICONOW, said, “MEXICONOW is honored to partner up with Andrea Hutchins and her team at the El Paso Chamber of Commerce to generate supply chain and direct foreign investment in the region. The El Paso/Juarez Borderplex is in the perfect storm of the nearshoring trend happening in our region. Through our platforms and events partnership, it will give space to boost opportunity through pre-arranged B2B meetings, plant visits, conferences, special social events, and expos.”