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Lic. Lydia Mancilla Romero
Address Office: #3420-4 Benito Juarez Blvd.
Mexicali, B.C., México
Tel: (686) 592-1186
Fax: (686) 592-1198
US Address: P.O. Box 2470
Calexico, CA 92232-2470 USA
MEET AGROBAJA 2003
This event will allow over 229 participants to exhibit their implements, products, services, state of the art concepts and more to an expected 15,000 visitors. In addition, there will be a pavilion of non-traditional agriproducts.
In this international event, all participating exhibitors, from the Agricultural and Livestock and Fish sector, or service providers, will be first level executives, with full decision-making power.
At AgroBaja 2003, all trade segments from the domestic and international primary sectors will network, discuss and share new ideas to facilitate global success.
Whats more, exhibitors will be able to reinforce their actual business associations and also will have the opportunity of meet face-to-face thousands of potential new customers.
AgroBaja is organized by The Agricultural and Livestock Exposition Committee of Baja California, A.C., a non-profit organization.
AgroBaja started in 2001 and had 188 participants. Because of its huge success, in 2002, AgroBaja added a non-traditional agriproducts pavilion and had 220 participants. The non-traditional agriproducts pavilion coordinated with the Secretariat of Agriculture, Cattle, Rural Development, Fish and Food Sagarpa-, and boasted representatives of 17 domestic states in 300 booths.
Entrepreneurs, from different countries, will be visiting the event to purchase primary products as well as to create co-investments
A survey that was taken at the end of the second AgroBaja, that took place last year, showed that 75% of the exhibitors initiated new business bothe for the short and long term worth approximately P$105 million (Mexican Currency).
In addition to the exhibitors areas,
AgroBaja has many more attractiions:
Furthermore, March 14, 2003 marks Baja Californias 100th anniversary and AgroBaja will form part of Mexicalis Centennial celebrations.