Technological park could bring high-tech enterprises

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado

On April 26, the sixth technological park in the state was inaugurated at the Instituto Tecnológico SSC. The park will be a business incubator that could attract high-tech companies by offering well-trained personnel.

Fernando Balderas, general director of the SSC Group, commented that this technological center will help students at the school get a better education so they can be more competitive, have better opportunities for employment or even start their own businesses. This center, according to Balderas will house the largest and best computing center in the country, which will help local students and those from other universities generate their own projects and businesses based on technology.

If San Miguel can offer this kind of technology, remarked Balderas, Mexican and foreign enterprises related to the automotive, aeronautic and petroleum industries could be attracted because they would have trained personnel. “Everything is possible with human talent and technology,” said Balderas, who added that the park would start operating this week.

Héctor López Santillana, Guanajuato Secretary of Economic Development, attended the inauguration and commented that this type of space has the goal of generating enterprises of high technological content as well as the aim of transforming existing companies. López Santillana remarked that with this center San Miguel will have the opportunity to attract automotive and aeronautic industries to the new industrial park, and that some companies have already been confirmed and the announcement will be made by the end of this year.


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