- February 14, 1542
- Territorial expansion
- 151.4 square kilometers.
- 1 million 495 thousand 189 inhabitants.
- Near cities
- Zapopan (north), San Pedro Tlaquepaque (east) and Tonalá (east).
- Today, Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco, the second largest and most important city in the country. It has around six million inhabitants, and is a large metropolis, with every feature which
- a cosmopolitan city should have.
Jalisco is located in central-western Mexico.
|Population:||6.9 million (average age, 22 y/o)|
|GDP:||$ 61.96 MUSD|
|Per capita:||$ 8,948 USD|
• World class Infrastructure / industrial parks.
• Strategic location and efficient logistic infrastructure.
• 2 international airports (Guadalajara & Puerto Vallarta).
• 300 km from Manzanillo, the second most important seaport in Mexico.
Tradition and Innovation
In addition to its tourist attraction, Jalisco is internationally positioned as the most developed high-tech pole in Latin America. With an ecosystem of more than 600 companies, more than 20 research and higher education institutions with related careers; more than 20,000 qualified jobs and generating exports of more than 2,000 million dollars, a public policy committed to innovation and competitiveness, Jalisco is the best place to promote alliances, business opportunities, technology appropriation and innovation in the face of the digital era.