Baja California is a center of innovation and dynamism along the U.S.- Mexico border. Tijuana, Baja California's largest metropolis, is on track to double its population to four million by 2030. With improvements in the security situation and realizing the benefits of nearshoring, companies are once again setting up shop in Baja California rather than turning to Asia.
Tijuana and San Diego are a model of cross-border collaboration, particularly in promoting the area as an economically integrated mega-region and in addressing border infrastructure projects.
Join Consul General Andrew Erickson for a webchat to review the current business and investment climate in Baja California. Enrique Esparza, President of the Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (DEITAC), and Rick De Lambert, Commercial Officer with the U.S. Commercial Service in San Diego will join Consul General Erickson to discuss opportunities, especially within the context of this dynamic cross-border region, the recent Baja California state governmental transition, and initiatives under the U.S.- Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue (HLED).