Since 1928, Tijuana, Mexico had an infamous reputation as a city of sin. Today, however, it is being touted as the future of trade, with experts hailing the strategic area as one with massive economic promise. In fact, many expatriates are flocking to Tijuana for permanent residence.
In addition, its proximity to the United States and ready access to the Latino market have inspired companies like Uber, Busca Corp, and 3DRobotics to make it their home base.
Furthermore, Tijuana also gives businesses access to the thriving Latin American market. Its population is double the size of Canada and the US combined, and middle class consumption has grown by more than 70 million in just a few short years. Better still, it’s quickly becoming more global and connected; there are more than 231 million Internet users in the region at present.