Siemens Mesoamerica CEO, Louise Goeser: ‘Mexico is about to become the place to invest and grow.’ 
Siemens Mesoamerica CEO Louise Goeser spoke with Mexico Today about why she considers Mexico to be the best place to invest.
When asked about what is ahead for Mexico, Goesner affirms, “There’s nowhere more exciting from my perspective, because it’s the country nobody knows about that is about to become the place to invest and grow.”
In this interview, Goeser unveils little-known realities about doing business in Mexico , including Mexico’s status as the world’s most open economy. For example, the nation has signed free trade agreements with more than 80 percent of the world’s economy. In addition, Goeser states, “Mexico, now, is the least expensive country to do business in: manufacturing; engineering; delivering to the U.S. is much less expensive than China, India, Brazil and many other countries. “
For over a century and counting, Siemens has been doing business in Mexico and producing a long list of firsts in terms of energy innovation in the country. For instance, Siemens was the first company to ever provide electricity to Paseo Reforma, the main avenue in Mexico City.
More recently, Siemens created one of the first major wind farms in Latin America. Highly efficient due to the outstanding winds that certain territories receive, Mexico was the best place to invest in energy innovation. This is just one example of how Siemens has been able to expand in Mexico – a nation that is not only interested in driving economic growth in the Americas, but also in advancing the use of renewable and clean energies.