“Did you just wake up one morning and ask yourself: What is possibly the hardest thing you can do?” Andreas Kraemer, '96 Tbird and TIAA member, says he gets that question a lot.
Guadalajara, Mexico, has long been considered the “Silicon Valley of Mexico”. Companies such as Oracle, IBM, Intel, Jabil, Bosch and Flextronics have established a presence here, some for over 15 years. Young companies such as Wizeline have large operations with over 200 software developers. That’s today. But of course, it’s easy to look at the present and forget that the road here had to be forged through unknown territory by brave explorers. Read the full story.