INVEST IN AN ARTISTIC CULTURE

~Investors Trade Mission – Los Cabos 2022 ~

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Discover & Demystify

Discover and Demystify Los Cabos

A part of your  discovery & demystification training will be learning about Los Cabos. Cabo San Lucas was first inhabited in 13,000 BCE by the Pericues people. An indigeonous tribe from Melanesia. When you go to Baja California Sur you will see how Mexicans truly cherish this beautiful piece of land, created at an estimated 30 million years ago. You will see how you can use their nationalism to your advantage. 

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Discover and Demystify Los Cabos (continued).

You will learn how the history of Los Cabos goes very far back. Parts of Aztec civilization in Los Cabos can be traced back to the 13th century. When you come to Cabo, you will see how dense the city is, which can be very beneficial to you and your business. Los cabos alone has a population of over 68 thousand people. Los Cabos has very alluring attractions. One of the most known attractions is “El Arco de Cabo San Lucas” which translates to “The arch of Cabo San Lucas”

What You Get When You Attend:

  • Discover & demystify the multi-cultural aspects of Los Cabos
  • Understand what is making Mexico a tourism capitol
  • See how other nations benefit by being taught how to build in Los Cabos
  • Understand the history of Mexico

Your Take Aways When You Leave:

  • Professional and diverse contacts from around the globe
  • Essential skills in understanding different cultures

Mexican Culture

Cabo’s Cultivating Culture: Los Cabos has a very strong sense of nationalism. Cabo san lucas was created millions of years ago, you will get to see how this has created such strong tradition and unity within Mexicans. Mexico has so many beautiful traditional, cultural practices.

When you go, you’ll be exposed to their extravagant Dia de los Muertos exhibits all throughout Mexico. “Dia de los Muertos” is a holiday and it translates to “The Day of The Dead”. Dia de los Muertos is on November 1st and 2nd, but you  will see how the holiday carries throughout the month and year. “Pan de muerto” (dead bread) is a popular staple that is sold all throughout late October and November. Hopefully you can try some when you reach Cabo!

Cabo’s Cultivating Culture (continued).

When in Los Cabos, you will often see women in beautiful makeup and flourishing dresses. As well as men in nice collared shirts and slacks. These unique people are folk dancers. Also known as “folklorico ”. You’ll definitely see how folklorico is a huge part of Mexican culture. With all of this being said, Mexico is such a wonderful country. You will get to view some of Los Cabos’s finest tourist attractions and the beautiful architecture the city has to offer. Mexico is big on serving people, well known for its exports. That’s what makes Mexico such a welcoming place, you’ll definitely love this when doing business in Cabo San Lucas.

What You Get When You Attend:

  • See Mexico’s culture and traditions first hand
  • Understand how to navigate in Los Cabos
  • How to understand others and or other businesses Cabo San Lucas (if you’re a citizen or not)
  • Learn how to communicate with Mexican citizens and understand their culture

Your Take Aways When You Leave:

  • Mexican culture experience
  • The knowledge necessary to obtain relationships in Mexico
  • Ability to use work with others in Mexico
  • Understand how to purchase and get around in a highly culturally diverse place such as Mexico
  • An action plan for acquiring intercontinental communication

Economic Opportunity

Mexico’s Economic Opportunity Learn how Mexico’s economy ended 2020 with the largest drop in GDP since the great depression. Notice how in the first months of 2021 a couple significant events had heavily impacted on the industrial activity of Mexico. Mexico had suffered natural gas shortages and power outages. Become a part of Mexico’s recovery to success by attending this event. You will learn how Mexico’s government was anticipating GDP to contract, but instead the economy grew by 0.8%. Mexico’s economy began to make a solid recovery. The services sector makes up two-thirds of Mexico’s economic activity, and has jumped to a 0.9% increase in seasonally adjusted terms. Secondary activities rose to 0.5%.

You will see how vaccination efforts and restrictions have helped curve the spread of Covid-19 in Mexico. Knowing as of June 2, 9.8% of their population is completely vaccinated. Due to covid Mexico’s tourism industry has declined drastically. The decline in tourism and hospitality still seems to be a challenge. Due to the FAA’s decision to downgrade Mexico’s aviation safety, there is now even more pressure applied to their tourism and hospitality industry

Economic Opportunity (continued)

The decline in tourism and hospitality still seems to be a challenge. Due to the FAA’s decision to downgrade Mexico’s aviation safety, there is now even more pressure applied to their tourism and hospitality industry

What You Get When You Attend:

  • Understand how to do smart funding in Mexico
  • How to get financing for your business and your properties in Mexico (if you’re a citizen or not)
  • Learn how to open a business with the pre-qualification requirements that you’ll need to meet or exceed based on the definitions of Mexico

Your Take Aways When You Leave:

  • Professional business contacts from around the globe
  • Essential skills in Mexico’s economy

Doing Business in Mexico

Business, Real Estate and Management. Learn the government requirements for what it takes to start a business, structure an investment, acquire, and manage real estate in Los Cabos. Learn the governmental requirements for owning a property or business while doing business banking in Los Cabos. You will learn investment financing and business lending options for commercial, industrial, retail and residential investments.

Mexico is planning to make a very fast recovery, and is already recovering, become a part of it, and notice Mexico’s usage of their exports. The trade balance saw a surplus of 26.6 billion dollars. You will learn the statistics of Mexico’s trade. The highest level recorded since 1993. In March 2021, exports grew 31%. They reached US$43 billion, which happens to be the largest expansion in almost over a decade. Last April, retail sales rose 38.4% in real annual terms. Come and see how they indicate a more dynamic market. The consumer confidence index rose to 42.4 points. When you arrive in Cabo San Lucas you can see how this will benefit you.

Doing Business in Mexico (continued).

Growth is expected to continue throughout 2021. As Mexico is emerging from lockdown, the tourism industry is expected to arise. Now, they expect that even if lockdowns are re-established, they will likely have a more moderate impact on economic activity than anticipated.

What You Get When You Attend:

  • Industries of Mexico
  • Mexican business fundamentals of running & operating a business
  • Financial aspects of how to open and run a business in Mexico

Your Take Aways When You Leave:

  • Institutional investing concepts
  • Intercontinental connections
  • Understanding of different Mexican business, and how to work with them intercontinentally

Mexico Trade

As a neighboring country of the U.S. and member of NAFTA, Mexico is a natural market for U.S. exporters. Covering almost 1.2 million square miles, Mexico is one of the largest countries in Latin America. Mexico is the United States’ second largest export market resulting in over USD 850 million of trade taking place each day.

U.S.-manufactured products enjoy duty free import benefits under the North American Free Trade Agreement giving U.S. businesses a quality versus cost advantage over other foreign manufacturers. Proximity and access to North American markets and technology have positioned Mexico as one of the most attractive countries for foreign direct investments in Latin America.

 Mexico Trade (cont.) 

The growing middle class has an increasing purchasing power. Mexico’s annual demand will increase by ~1 million homes per year. After a high magnitude earthquake that stunned Mexico City (and surrounding states of Mexico, Morelos, and Puebla), there is a demand increase for modern buildings that are considered structurally sound. Learn how buildings with conditioned or furnished space are receiving increasing demand from displaced Class B and C building occupiers. While the general outlook for the Mexican housing market remains robust, the country’s ailing economy, coupled with the uncertainties surrounding the ratification of NAFTA (now rebranded as USMCA) and the ongoing US-China trade dispute, might impact the market in the coming year

What You Get When You Attend:

  • An immense amount of knowldge on Mexican trade and investment strategies.
  • Access to a successfully recovering city, and an understanding in how they’re recovering.

Your Take Aways When You Leave:

  • Knowldge of Mexican trade
  • An understanding of how to use Mexican trade & your contacts to your advantage

Investment Tours

The real estate market remains hot, and this is true whether you’re interested in purchasing Mexico property on the Riviera Maya (including hotspots like Playa del Carmen, Tulum, or Cancun) or in quieter areas located in other parts of the Yucatan Peninsula like Puerto Aventuras or others.

Learn how Mexico is one of the emerging countries most open to foreign direct investment, the world’s ninth largest FDI recipient. In 2020, the inflows to Mexico were relatively resilient compared to the rest of the region, as the country was already suffering a recession in 2019. You’ll learn how occupying the tip of the Baja Peninsula at the place where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez, Los Cabos features an unusual blend of broad sandy beaches, dramatic rock outcrops and rolling desert foothills that rise to tall mountain peaks. These are all great reasons to invest in properties in Baja California

However, determining whether or not you can make a successful real estate investment in Mexico will first require you to weigh several key factors before diving in. Learn the benefits of living in Mexico full time, part time.

Investment Tours (Cont) Come and see the country’s rich history and vibrant culture, the weather is great all year round, the beaches are pristine, the people are friendly. One thing is certain: there is a limited supply of beachfront property. Based on the rules of supply and demand, it is a safe bet that the property value of vacation homes located in areas on or very near the beach will rise in value over time. For this reason, buying a vacation home or property on the Riviera Maya is a good place to start your search.

What You Get When You Attend:

  • See upcoming technological real estate integration
  • Understand the Real Estate aspects of Mexico in residential and commercial
  • How to get financing for your properties in Mexico (if you’re a citizen or not)
  • Knowledge needed to invest in multiple developments

Your Take Aways When You Leave:

  • Investment strategies
  • Knowledge of development projects in Mexico
  • An understanding of how mexican property investment works

INVESTOR TRADE MISSION LOS CABOS 2022 ~ Event Schedule ~

Day 1: Wednesday, November 16, 2022~ Discover & Demystify Los Cabos ~

Land and decompress. Become familiar with others and the area around you with an evening poolside mixer.

Discover & Demystify

  • 07:00 – | – Poolside Breakfast
  • 08:00 – | – Registration | Pre-Event Networking (Bring Business Cards) Irpi360 Welcome Presentation | Event Overview & Objectives
  • 09:15 – | – Introductions, Intentions and Outcomes
  • 09:30 – | – Trade Mission Experience, Getting The Most Out Of It
  • 10:00 – | – Hotspots for Real Estate | Speed Networking
  • 10:30 – | – Introducing Los Cabos| Cultural Best Practices
  • 11:00 – | – Demystify and Discover | Business Part One
  • 12:00 – | – Working Lunch | Business Part Two
  • 14:00 – | – Banking Part One | Banking, Funding & Financing
  • 15:00 – | – Investments In MexicioPart One | Structuring Taking Ownership
  • 16:00 – | – Purchasing Investing, Holding, Managing & Selling Property
  • 17:00 – | – irpi360 Debrief Announcements | End Day One
  • 19:00 – | – Reception Mixer – Villa del Palmar
  • Registration | Pre-Event Networking (Bring Business Cards)

Days 2-3: Thur/Fri, Nov 17 & 18, 2022 ~ Industry Presenters ~

Get orientated and fall in love with the best practices and cultural mystery of Mexico. Get deep dish professional training on what is needed to acquire, manage and maximize business and investment opportunities. Learn from great Presenters and Mentors on a variety of ways to do Business, Banking and Property Investing.

Investor Conference First Day: Thur, 17th November, 2022

  • 08:00 – | – Poolside breakfast
  • 09:00 – | – Registration | Earlybird bonus
  • 11:30 – | – Economic Market Disruption | Global & Local Response
  • 11:50 – | – Future of Smart Cities | Logistics & Mobility for Tomorrow
  • 12:20 – | – Institutional Investing in COVID times | Strategic Thinking
  • 14:00 – | – Blue Chip Adaptation | Investor ESG Considerations
  • 14:20 – | – Future Office | Commercial to Home Office Adaptation
  • 14:40 – | – Retail Sector’s Luster for Investors | Accelerating Trends
  • 15:00 – | – 2020 Game Changer | On-Demand Industry & Warehouse
  • 17:00 – | – irpi360 Ambassador Training
  • 20:00 – | – End Training First Day

Property Tour First Day: Fri, 18th November, 2022

  • 8:00 – | – Poolside Breakfast
  • 09:30 – | – Registration | Trade Mission Opens
  • 10:00 – | – Pandemics & the Climate Crisis | Reshaping Cities
  • 10:20 – | – Rapid Transformation | Industry Adaptation to Challenge
  • 11:40 – | – How To Invest in Mexico’s Market
  • 12:00 – | – Lunch
  • 12:20 – | -Investment Property Tours | On the Move Trainings
  • 14:20 – | – Maximizing Property Values through PropTech
  • 15:40 – | – Tech-enabled Future | Building & Community Management
  • 19:00 – | – End Property Tour Day One
  • 20:00 – | – Evening Presentation Mixers

Days 4: Saturday November 19th ~ TBD Excursion

Day Experience

  • 08:30 – | – Breakfast
  • 09:45 – | – Meet in lobby
  • 10:20 – | – Depart from Hotel | Event Starts
  • 12:30 – | – Lunch
  • 17:00 – | – Day Experience Ends

Day 5: Sunday Nov 20th ~ Industry Presenters ~

Checkout – day: Sunday, 20th November, 2022

  • 8:00 – | – Poolside Breakfast
  • 09:30 – | – Registration | Trade Mission Opens
  • 10:00 – | – Pandemics & the Climate Crisis | Reshaping Cities
  • 10:20 – | – Rapid Transformation | Industry Adaptation to Challenge
  • 11:40 – | – How To Invest in Mexico’s Market
  • 12:00 – | – Lunch
  • 12:20 – | -Investment Property Tours | On the Move Trainings
  • 14:20 – | – Maximizing Property Values through PropTech
  • 15:40 – | – Tech-enabled Future | Building & Community Management
  • 19:00 – | – End Property Tour Day Two
  • 20:00 – | – Evening Presentation Mixers

End Trade Mission | Depart Day: Sunday, 20th November, 2022

  • 08:00 – | – End Trade Mission | Depart Day

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