an important partner for uk companies
in IT and creative industries
April 30th, 2014
Bilateral trade between
Mexico and the UK (2003-2013)
2
Exports
Millionsdollars
1,24
2
733
2,50
8
1,43
8
-509 -1,070
Impor...
Source: ProMéxico with information of
INEGI / Bank of Mexico.
Solid macroeconomic environment
3
Evolution of inflation, ex...
Mexico’s global leadership
4Source: ProMéxico with information of FEMIA, GTA, AMIA y OICA.
.
IT
• 3rd largest
exporter in ...
We have the
largest film
and video
games
market
in Latin
America.
We rank
first in
creative
industries
in Latin
America,
a...
Competitive
costs
Internal market
Human capital
Strategic
position
Government
support
Mexico’s main competitive advantages...
7
6.02
5.85
5.73
5.18
4.83
4.44
3.8
Mexico
Russia
India
Korea
Indonesia
China
Brazil
Quality of our labor force
According ...
Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO.
Brazil México Germany Spain UK US
PERCENTAGE OF GRADUATES IN THE AREAS OF EN...
9
2nd country with the largest percentage of employment in the
industry
Contribution of copyright industries
to national e...
Highly Skilled Professionals
Source: MexicoIT/ Carnegie Mellon University, 2010
(http://www.sei.cmu.edu/tspsymposium/past-...
11
Youth
Old-age
Demographic
Bonus
Men Women
Demographics are on our side
Source: ProMéxico with information of US Census ...
12
Mexico’s Retail Sales Index
Index 2003=100; SA
GDP by PPP (1990-2018)
• $15,000 USD= median income.
• According to fore...
• Geographic
proximity to
NAFTA
market
• Similar time
zone
• Cultural
affinity
• Natural
supplier for
Latin
American
Marke...
Competitiveness
Source: ProMéxico with information of KPMG, Competitive Alternatives, 2014.
Software Development
Internati...
Solid infrastructure
15Source: ProMéxico with information of Ministry of Economy, 2013.
technology parks
30
clusters that ...
Government Support in the IT sector
16
PROSOFT,
created by the
Ministry of
Economy,
provides
financial aid to
invest in an...
The ProAV Fund
The PROAV Fund grants to foreign and local
film and audio-visual productions an
incentive of up to 7.5% reb...
Film-Friendly México
18
ProMéxico launched Film Friendly
México, an online web resource tool,
where you are able to find:
...
Leader in relevant events
19
www.promexico.gob.mx
promexico@promexico.gob.mx
@ProMexicoTW
+52 (55) 54 47 7000
Camino a Santa Teresa 1679,
Col. Jardines...
Case Study: Information Technology
• Infosys opened two centers in
Monterrey, Mexico, over the course
of 4 years.
• Offers...
Exports of Medium and high manufactures as percentage of
the GDP (2013)*
22Source: ProMéxico with information of IHS – Glo...
Creative industries chain
23
Creative
industries
app
TV
books
moviesVideo
games
IT Mexico’s Market Overview
24
Source: Business Monitor International, Information Technology Report, Q3 2011.
2008 2009 2...
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  1. 1. an important partner for uk companies in IT and creative industries April 30th, 2014
  2. 2. Bilateral trade between Mexico and the UK (2003-2013) 2 Exports Millionsdollars 1,24 2 733 2,50 8 1,43 8 -509 -1,070 Imports Trade balance Source: ProMéxico with information of Banxico, 2013.
  3. 3. Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI / Bank of Mexico. Solid macroeconomic environment 3 Evolution of inflation, exports and international reserves in Mexico (2000- 2013) Infllation 2013 Reserves 2013 Exports 2013 3.97% 176 billion USD 380 billion USD Manufactures Oil Primary Reserves Inflation Record-high Record-high BillionUSD
  4. 4. Mexico’s global leadership 4Source: ProMéxico with information of FEMIA, GTA, AMIA y OICA. . IT • 3rd largest exporter in the world. AUTOMOTIVE AND AUTOPARTS • 8th producer and 4th exporter globally of new light vehicles in the world. ELECTRIC- ELECTRONIC • Leading flat television screen exporter in the world. AEROSPACE • Mexico is the 6th supplier to the American aerospace industry.
  5. 5. We have the largest film and video games market in Latin America. We rank first in creative industries in Latin America, according to UNCTAD. Source: ProMéxico with information of CEPAL/ PWC, Global Entertainment and Media Outlook/ UNCTAD, Creative Economy Report 2010. We have the largest talent pool for the IT and creative industry in Latin America. We are building the Digital Creative City in Guadalajara, Mexico. Latin America’s creative hub We are the 5th country with the largest movie attendance. 5
  6. 6. Competitive costs Internal market Human capital Strategic position Government support Mexico’s main competitive advantages 6
  7. 7. 7 6.02 5.85 5.73 5.18 4.83 4.44 3.8 Mexico Russia India Korea Indonesia China Brazil Quality of our labor force According to IMD, Mexico offers a higher quality and availability of labor force and talent in comparison with other emerging markets. Rank Source: ProMéxico with information of IMD Competitiveness Yearbook, 2012
  8. 8. Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO. Brazil México Germany Spain UK US PERCENTAGE OF GRADUATES IN THE AREAS OF ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING Mexico’s graduates in engineering and manufacturing 8
  9. 9. 9 2nd country with the largest percentage of employment in the industry Contribution of copyright industries to national employment Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO, Creative Economy Report, 2013. Philippines Mexico Bhutan Netherlands USA Australia Malaysia Russia Hungary Slovenia China Korea Singapore Colombia Tanzania Latvia Canada Finland Trinidad Bulgaria
  10. 10. Highly Skilled Professionals Source: MexicoIT/ Carnegie Mellon University, 2010 (http://www.sei.cmu.edu/tspsymposium/past-proceedings/2010/Panel_Kernel.pdf) • 6 out of 10 PSP certified developers in the world are Mexicans. 889,36 8 578,10 5 Mexico´s IT Professionals Workforce 2000 - 2014
  11. 11. 11 Youth Old-age Demographic Bonus Men Women Demographics are on our side Source: ProMéxico with information of US Census Bureau: http://www.census.gov/population/international/data/idb/informationGateway.php ; INEGI, 2011; Population Projections for Mexico 2005-2050, CONAPO. *Population (in millions) by age group.  118 million inhabitants with a median of 27 years.  52 million in the labor force.  According to forecasts, there will be more than 83 million people of productive age by 2020.
  12. 12. 12 Mexico’s Retail Sales Index Index 2003=100; SA GDP by PPP (1990-2018) • $15,000 USD= median income. • According to forecasts, income will grow 20% by 2016. Large domestic market Source: INEGI/ IMF. Historic Forecast
  13. 13. • Geographic proximity to NAFTA market • Similar time zone • Cultural affinity • Natural supplier for Latin American Markets +/- 2 hours Strategic location and time zone 13
  14. 14. Competitiveness Source: ProMéxico with information of KPMG, Competitive Alternatives, 2014. Software Development International Results (US=100) Video Game production International Results (US=100) Cost Index Cost Index México Canadá UK Holanda Australia Japón Francia USA Italia Alemania México Canadá UK Holanda Australia Japón Francia USA Italia Alemania 14
  15. 15. Solid infrastructure 15Source: ProMéxico with information of Ministry of Economy, 2013. technology parks 30 clusters that gather more than companies30 1,000 400development centers with quality certifications 3,200 companies related with the IT Industry
  16. 16. Government Support in the IT sector 16 PROSOFT, created by the Ministry of Economy, provides financial aid to invest in and to develop IT projects in Mexico. MexicoFIRST is an initiative supported by the Ministry of Economy and the World Bank, whose main objective is the generation of human capital in the IT sector. ProMéxico Support for investment projects that promote innovation, technological development and R&D in the country. INNOVATEC PROINNOVA Programs that foster the development and innovation in IT projects. Support projects that propose investment in infrastructure for R&D. Initiative executed by the CANIETI and supported by the Mexican Ministry of Economy. Its objective is to promote Mexico as an ideal hub for the establishment of IT enterprises.
  17. 17. The ProAV Fund The PROAV Fund grants to foreign and local film and audio-visual productions an incentive of up to 7.5% rebate. • Apocalypto • Elysium • Cristiada • Chávez 17
  18. 18. Film-Friendly México 18 ProMéxico launched Film Friendly México, an online web resource tool, where you are able to find: • Locations. • Production managers. • Soundstages. • Talent. • Skilled talent. • Detailed production guide in English.
  19. 19. Leader in relevant events 19
  20. 20. www.promexico.gob.mx promexico@promexico.gob.mx @ProMexicoTW +52 (55) 54 47 7000 Camino a Santa Teresa 1679, Col. Jardines del Pedregal CP 01900, México, D.F. 20
  21. 21. Case Study: Information Technology • Infosys opened two centers in Monterrey, Mexico, over the course of 4 years. • Offers IT Help Desk, design of web-interfaces and other BPO and IT-related services. • Mexico was chosen because of its population size, large graduate pool, proximity to US, and Spanish speaking population. • The company has gained approximately 30 new clients after the launch of Mexico’s operation. • Operations are currently carried out in three modern centers: two in Gualadajara and one in Querétaro. • Offers application development and testing, consulting, infrastructure services and BPO. • Mexico is one of the most important links for the expansion strategy of the company in the region. • Mexico’s competitive advantages: closeness in distance and time zone to the United States, political and economic stability, and high academic level of graduate professionals. 21
  22. 22. Exports of Medium and high manufactures as percentage of the GDP (2013)* 22Source: ProMéxico with information of IHS – Global Insight. * Only G20 nations. 28.9% 24.8% 16.7 %14.1% 12.4% 1 2 3 4 5 Germany South Korea China Mexico France A sophisticated economy
  23. 23. Creative industries chain 23 Creative industries app TV books moviesVideo games
  24. 24. IT Mexico’s Market Overview 24 Source: Business Monitor International, Information Technology Report, Q3 2011. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total IT Market (Billion US$) 12.7 10.7 12.5 14.4 16.4 18.2 20.0 Hardware (Billion US$) 6.0 4.9 6.1 6.7 7.5 8.4 9.1 Services (Billion US$) 4.3 3.7 4.1 5.0 5.8 6.4 7.1 Software (Billion US$) 2.4 2.1 2.3 2.7 3.1 3.4 3.8 IT Market as % GDP 1.17% 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21% 1.22% 1.22% IT market, nominal value growth, % Y-Y 14% -16% 17% 15% 14% 11% 10%

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