Multan, a city in central Mexico that has been the epicenter of the recent surge of tech activity in California, has a new focus: the city’s development of the region’s largest tech hub.
The city of more than 20 million people is developing an ambitious vision for the future of the Silicon Valley, with its first major development coming this fall, when the city will host the world’s largest open-air conference center in the world.
The project will also bring together local and national companies and experts, including former President Barack Obama, to launch the Regional Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (RCI) and create the country’s largest incubator.
The center will bring together more than 500 companies that have come together to share ideas and expertise, and will help them to reach out to customers, investors and government agencies.
Multan’s plan is to become the first and only place in Mexico to host such a major event.
The regional center, which will be called the Regional Innovation Center, is expected to attract more than 2,000 tech workers, and to attract as many as 3,000 international visitors.
It will include a conference center, an incubator, a research and development center, a food and beverage industry and other facilities.
“This is going to be a unique opportunity for our country,” said Ricardo Almeida, the executive director of the RCI.
“The RCI will be a great incubator for all the young Mexican entrepreneurs who are looking for a better way to do business.
They’ll be able to get support from the government and their local partners.”
The RCI is one of a series of regional centers planned to be built across the country by the cities of Cancun, Quito, Ciudad Juarez, Jalisco and Zacatecas, according to the state-run Cancún Institute.
The institute said it expects to spend about $1 billion in financing to build these centers, and said it has secured the rights to use its name.
But there’s a catch: the RCA will have to use only the name and logo of the regional center and not the city.
The plan calls for the regional centers to be located in the cities where they will be built, with no plans for their construction to be carried out in the surrounding communities.
The RCA’s first site, which is scheduled to open in 2021, will be in a city that is home to more than one million people.
It is located in a former industrial zone in the center of Cáceres, a Mexican city of about 6 million people on the Mexican Pacific Coast.
It has a population of about 8 million, about a third of the city, and the largest urban area in Mexico.
The area was largely spared the recession in part because of the economic recovery that began in 2010.
However, it has struggled to keep up with the influx of new businesses, and has experienced a wave of unemployment in recent years.
Many of the new businesses are located in low-income areas, with many of the workers and retirees in these areas receiving the lowest wages and working long hours, said José Antonio Vargas, the vice president of the Cácatlan Center for Technology and Innovation.
The Center for Entrepreneurs in Poverty, which has been helping to organize the project, said the plan has a lot of merit.
“It’s a great idea and we believe that it will lead to a positive development for the city,” said Miguel Angel Castañeda, the center’s director of external affairs.
But he added that it’s important that the center is not a project that has the potential to take advantage of existing resources, and that it be developed in a way that doesn’t impact the city and its economy.
“We have to be responsible, and not try to grab resources that are already there,” he said.
The Mexican government has made it clear that the Rci will not be an open-ended project, Castaño said.
Instead, the plan will focus on the three regions that will be the main centers of activity in the region, which include Jalisco, Zacateca and Cáucan, he said, adding that this is in addition to the existing regional center that is located on the Pacific coast.
The three regions will be designated as a cluster for the development of their industries, and each region will have its own development strategy, said Carlos Romero, the director of RCI and regional development.
“Each region will develop its own strategy and they will focus their own capital, in particular in the agricultural, tourism and service sectors,” he added.
The centers will be located around the capital cities of Quito and Ciudada Juarez and will be connected to the region via highways.
However at this stage, there are no plans to open up the centers to foreign tourists, the institute said. In C