Point the spikes north

Quality of management is changing the economic landscape in Monterrey, a city that is growing at Asian rates. By Santiago Gutierrez Nowhere else in Latin America can you find ‘help wanted’ signs on the windows of businesses like in Monterrey. You see them posted in large call centers, which might not be a surprise, but more strikingly, in corner restaurants, small retail shops and other micro enterprises as well. Direct, and imperative, “You are hired,” some of the signs read. Walk in and you have a job. Monterrey seems to be in a different Latin America, far, very far from the ailing South. Nuevo Leon the State of which Monterrey is the capital, grew 5.9 percent last year, according to […]

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