We are a network of professionals interested in fostering cooperation between Mexico and the United Kingdom


MISSION

To inspire, empower and help facilitate highly qualified professionals contribute to the positioning and development of Mexico from abroad by fostering knowledge transfer, entrepreneurship and a stronger community.

VISION

Be one of the most influential civil society & professional organisations in Mexico and of Mexicans living abroad due to our high impact and long lasting contributions to the knowledge-based economy.


STRATEGIC AREAS

ACADEMIA

Our organisation will seek to continuously foster efforts to promote educational and research exchanges between British and Mexicans.  We believe that one of the most powerful ways to bringing people together is by strengthening educational links and contributing to the cross-border knowledge economy.

INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY

Knowledge exchange on innovation and technological advancement is one of our key development areas. We are very keen in promoting and supporting the bilateral flow of knowledge on innovation and technology for the sake of improving the lives of our citizens.

BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

We aim to strengthen the position and competitiveness of Mexican SME’s and entrepreneurs in Mexico and in the UK.

COMMUNITY

We want to empower the Mexican Community in the UK and to consolidate and strengthen the position of the  “Mexican Brand”. We build stronger ties with Mexican and local communities but we are also proud of our traditions that makes us unique.

CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

We want to connect and promote people dedicated or related to the  creative industries in the UK and Mexico.

CHARITY OF THE YEAR

Casa Alianza Mexico (Compass Children’s Charity in the UK) provides care and protection to former street children, aged 12-18 years, who have experienced extraordinary trauma in the form of abuse, neglect, violence, abandonment, addiction to harmful substances, sexual exploitation and human trafficking


EXECUTIVE TEAM


PARTNERS

SPONSORS