Due to social and political unrest in Mexico, entrepreneurs and corporations are relocating to cities throughout Texas. This gives the city of Dallas a great opportunity to gain valuable businesses and increase economic strength. Our idea is to create a multi-purpose bilingual integration center for Mexican entrepreneurs and corporations relocating to the state of Texas. Our future goal is to establish this center where such individuals can go to be advised in where live, where to send their children to school, where to open new stores/ offices as well as social networking opportunities and the like. However, we understand that this is a large financial undertaking and could not be realized with a budget of $5,000. As a result, we plan to begin with a fully functioning bilingual website that would cater to the needs of these individuals.
students, research, Dallas, Texas
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Lemus, Luis; Todd, Katia; and Jackson, Craig, "The Mexican Connection" (2011). Big iDeas 2011 Proposals. 7.