CONCAMIN - Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico
The Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico (CONCAMIN), constituted in 1918, is the representative organism of the different industrial sectors and other important economic activities for the economic development of Mexico.
Besides, CONCAMIN is responsible for developing projects and initiatives for the sustainable development of the Mexican industry, also we are the mandatory consulting organism for the Mexican government in order to coordinate the policies and actions of business organizations and identify strategic positions with specific solutions, which contribute to design public policies to increase economic growth and the level of competitiveness of Mexico and the companies.
Actually, the Confederation is integrated by 46 National Chambers, 14 Regional Chambers, 3 Generic Chambers and 45 Associations of the different productive sectors that exist in Mexico.
In addition, CONCAMIN represents more than 30% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) generated in the country by members of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of the United Mexican States.
Priorities as a partner of the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data
In 2018, CONCAMIN's President Francisco Cervantes Díaz created Data Lab CONCAMIN.
Data Lab CONCAMIN is a research area that uses quantitative methods, machine learning, big data, and data mining oriented to uncovering challenges the industry faces in Mexico.
In addition, it is a center for innovation and internal improvement of processes for the decision making of industrial policy and the monitoring of indicators in the industry for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through collaboration with public and private, national, and international institutions. Currently, Data Lab CONCAMIN is lead by Yair Piña.