90% of the businesses created in Mexico since 2014 are still active, according to Inegi; one of the fastest growing are beauty clinics.
In a decade, the number of outsourced workers in Mexico has tripled; more than three million people work formally under this figure. Therefore, the regulation of outsourcing requires a profound discussion that begins by understanding the reality of this modality and the ways to improve it.
The promotion of productivity, the flexibility of time, savings and the possibility of generating networking are the main advantages that freelancers see when coworking in these spaces.
5G technology could operate next year in certain Mexican niches, such as the centers of major cities or stadiums, and within two or three years nationally, but regulators and operators must act quickly.
Mexico has great potential to enter the marijuana market. In spite of being one of the main producers of this herb in the world, its horizons have been limited for more than 20 years because it cannot be legalized in the country.