SAMPLE AGENDA - 4-DAY

CENTRAL MEXICO TOUR

 

Business Educational Tour

of Guadalajara, Mexico

 

 

Crossborder Tour Background Info

CrossborderTours.com is pleased to provide this exciting 4-day business educational tours to the Central Mexican region of Guadalajara, Mexico -- considered the "heart" of many Mexican customs (such as Mariachi music and tequila...), as well as Mexico's "Silicon Valley".

 

During these four days, our team will make your visit to Guadalajara an informative, real-world learning experience, as well as one that provides contacts and insights into global business strategies and opportunities.

 

If you have any questions, please contact your program representative, or feel free to contact us at mextours@crossbordertours.com.

 

General Informational Links & Downloads - Mexico:

Informational Links & Downloads - Guadalajara Region:

SAMPLE AGENDA - 4-DAY CENTRAL MEXICO TOUR (GUADALAJARA)

Please note that note all links work on this sample...


 

 

Day 1 - Wednesday

Travel to Guadalajara and Introduction to Business in Mexico

  • 9:00AM  Arrival to airport

  • 11:00AM  Departure from to Guadalajara

  • 4:15PM  Arrival in Guadalajara

  • 5:30pm  Arrival at Hotel and Check-In

  • 7:00pm  Welcome Dinner with Local Business guests

  • 9:30pm  Return to Hotel

Day 2 - Thursday

Global Manufacturing, Technology Clusters & Global Products

  • 7:00-8:00AM  Breakfast at hotel

  • 8:15AM  Welcome briefing at Hotel

    • "International Trade Support & Opportunities in Guadalajara"

  • 9:00AM  Departure for Site Visits

  • 10:00AM  Site Visit #1:  Contract Manufacturing Facility

  • 12:15-2:15PM  Lunch with Speaker

    • An overview of Mexican business etiquette and protocol

  • 2:45-4:30PM  Site Visit #2:  High Tech Industry

  • 5:00PM  Site Visit #3:  Tequila Regulatory Council

  • 7:00-10:00PM  Open Dinner - Group will have a free night to enjoy dinner in an area several blocks long that has many restaurants and nightclubs.

Day 3 - Friday

Global Markets & Global Education

  • 7:00-7:45AM  Breakfast at hotel

  • 8:00AM  Departure for Site Visits

  • 9:00AM-1:00PM  Site Visit #4:  Major Electronics Manufacturer

  • 1:00-1:30PM  Transportation to AAA University (refreshments on bus)

  • 1:30-6:00PM  Visit to Universidad AAA, School of Business

  • 6:30PM  Dinner at Restaurant

 

Day 4 - Saturday

Tequila, Tourism & Return to US

  • 7:00-8:00AM  Breakfast at hotel

  • 8:15AM  Hotel Check Out

  • 8:30-9:15AM  Visit to Mexican Franchise

    • ...and a discussion about their expansion into Mexico

  • 9:30AM-2:30PM Transportation & Tour of Tequila factory

  • 3:00-5:30pm  Afternoon in Tlaquepaque for tourism and site seeing

  • 6:00  Depart to pick up luggage & light dinner

  • 7:30PM  Arrival to Guadalajara International Airport

  • 9:30PM  Approximate departure time to US

  • 10:30PM  Approximate arrival time in US

NOTE:  All times are approximate.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALL PARTICIPANTS - PLEASE READ

Safety and compliance with immigration requirements is of utmost concern. Please read through the following warnings and requirements.

WAIVER OF LIABILITY

 

All tour participants MUST sign and return this waiver of liability no later than MayXX

TOUR REQUIREMENTS

 

SITE VISITS:

All tour participants MUST be dressed appropriately for business visits. No high-heels nor sandals are allowed for safety purposes; those NOT wearing appropriate clothing will not be allowed on business visits.

 

Business casual or "nice informal" attire is required for business visits.

 


IMMIGRATION & CUSTOMS:

ALL participants must bring one of the following for immigration purposes:

 

A.  US Citizens:  As of January 31, 2008, there are two options: 

 

1.  Either a US Passport...

 

OR

 

2.  ...a driver's license/government-issued ID AND a copy of your birth certificate (copy or original).

 

B.  NON-US Citizens:  There are two options:

 

1.  Either bring BOTH your US VISA AND your non-US passport (must allow multiple entries/exits)

 

OR

 

2.  US Permanent Residency Card (as appropriate).

 


Immigration inspections will occur entering Mexico and on the return trip to the US -- as such, any all tour participants MUST have appropriate documentation to re-enter the US. Neither CrossborderTours nor its affiliated companies are liable for any missing documentation that may cause US Immigration officials to disallow your return to the U.S. -- tour participants MUST be aware of their own requirements to leave and re-enter the U.S.

 

On returning to the US, note that US Immigration inspectors will ask your citizenship and review the documents described above.

 


 

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