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- On Thursday June 13th, 2019
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Mexico is one of the emerging economies in the world, has a macroeconomic stability that allows the reduction of inflation and interest rates. The agricultural, industrial and service systems have positioned the country’s economy as number 2 in Latin America. The positive numbers that are reflected, the country’s finances and the projects that are being developed have allowed associations, development banks and private equity funds to turn to see the country to invest in it.
Private equity funds invest their money in two types of companies: those that are new and have a promising future, but their operating costs are very high; and the established companies that have been in the market for some time, but that are having difficulties and need a strategy to continue offering their products.
Next, we will talk about some private equity associations that have recently invested in Mexico:
- Alta Growth Capital
It is a private equity fund that invests in mid-market companies that operate in Mexico. The sectors in which they invest are for internal consumption such as: health, housing, education, manufacturing and financial services. Some of the brands in which it has recently invested are: Little Caesars, Teletec, Fruehauf, Grupo Empresarial Bienestar, Grupo Turistore and + KOTA, to name a few.
- DUX Capital
Invests in all Latin American countries, during the month of May an agreement was concluded with “Deal”, a Mexican startup focused on facilitating the management of contracts with the use of technologies such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in order to eliminate the problem that exists for people when handling paper documents.
The contract between “Trato” and DUX Capital was digitally signed through the platform of the Mexican startup. The capital invested was USD $ 350,000.
- DILA Capital
This fund for Latin American entrepreneurs has also given much to talk about in recent days, because they recently invested in a platform that grants loans to Mexican companies to grow and improve the management of their capital, in addition to investing.
- Redwood Ventures investment fund
A few months ago he added to his portfolio the company Troquer, the pioneer brand and leader in Mexico of sustainable fashion.
Troquer’s new proposal is based on artificial intelligence, estimating a value in the fashion market of 40 million dollars by 2022. Red Wood Ventures started investments in the technology industry since 2018.
It has also contributed to the human capital industry in Mexico since 1995. A couple of months ago it completed its investment in Grupo Turistore, a company focused on international tourism with more than 30 years of experience and 56 locations on the main beaches of Mexico.
Currently the retail industry has a value of 46 million pesos and shows an annual growth rate of 14% from 2013 to date.
Mexico has an association that disseminates information of value in private capital, also collaborates with firms and industry leaders and develops studies so that they can make the best decision when investing.
SRS Mexico has a team of consultants specialized in offering support to companies that collaborate with foreign personnel in order to provide a pleasant, warm and fast integration in the country.