LinkedIn opens offices in Mexico



Mexico is one of the markets where LinkedIn has grown the fastest in Latin America. To take advantage of this momentum, the company decided to open its offices in Mexico with which they hope to impact the more than 17 million users in the country, in addition to being closer to corporate clients and generate more content in Spanish to continue growing in the region.


Although the social network's operations have been in Mexico for 10 years, Ramiro Luz, director of talent solutions for LinkedIn Mexico and Latin America mentions that establishing its offices in Mexico City is important because it is becoming a hub for the technology market.


"Mexico City is a way to explore the possibilities in content generation and a way to expand," he explains in conference, because from this position they have a greater focus on Spanish language production not only in the country, but throughout the region.


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