Monterrey is the third-largest metropolitan area in Mexico and serves as a commercial center for northern Mexico. Many significant international companies use it as a home base for commerce in Mexico, and the city is also notable for its rich history and culture. MIT REAP Team Monterrey seeks to develop the venture capital industry and increase regional efforts to support entrepreneurship.

MIT REAP Team Monterrey has key stakeholders from all five sectors. Stakeholders include Tecnológico de Monterrey, Dalus Capital, Alivio Capital, FEMSA, CEMEX and State Government

Team Members

University
Government
Corporate
Risk Capital
Entrepreneur

Innovation Ecosystem Stakeholder Model

Antonio Ríos
Champion
Regional Dean on Entrepreneurship at Tecnológico de Monterrey
Edgar Muñiz-Avila
Champion
Regional Dean on Entrepreneurship at Tecnológico de Monterrey
Rogelio de los Santos
Champion
Managing Partner: Dalus Capital
Patricio Villarreal
CEO at Alivio Capital
Julio Noriega
Director of School of Engineering and Sciences at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey
Victor Treviño
Director of Energy and Sustainability FEMSA
Martin Herrera
Digital Enablement | Business Consulting Services Sr. Manager at CEMEX
Martha-Leal Gonzalez
Director Strategic Planning, research networks, outreach and international affairs at Institute for Innovation and Tech Transfer (I2T2) of Nuevo León
Blanca Flores Arriaga
Strategic Innovation Projects, Tecnológico de Monterrey
David Güemes Castorena, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Engineering & Sciences, Tecnológico de Monterrey
Emma Carlo
Networks and consortia coordinator at Institute for Innovation and Tech Transfer (I2T2) of Nuevo León
Felipe Rubio
Investment Professional at Dalus Capital

Core Regional Metrics

Top Industries in the Region

  • Manufacturing
  • Auto Parts
  • Concrete and Steel
  • Petrochemical
  • Telecommunications
  • Financial Services
  • Education
  • Commerce

INNOVATION CAPACITY

Ability to develop new to the world innovations from inception through to the market.

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People

Monterrey has a population of approximately 4,392,500.

Performance

Monterrey’s GDP PP is approximately 130.7 billion (2012).

Demand

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Funding

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Culture & Community

Monterrey is the 3rd largest city in Mexico and a hub for international business,

Infrastructure

Top industries include manufacturing, automobile parts, concrete and steel, petrochecmical, telecommunications, financial services, education, and commerce.

ENTREPRENEURIAL CAPACITY

Ability to start and build new to the world businesses from inception to maturity.

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Funding

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Demand

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People

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Performance

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Culture & Community

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Infrastructure

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