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Quintana Roo and Microsoft Mexico agree on digital promotion

By Tribune Travel

June 22, 2023

With the promotion of digital inclusion, entrepreneurship, and administrative modernization, Governor Mara Lezama signed a collaboration agreement with Microsoft Mexico.

With the signing of the contract, the state government will have access to Microsoft’s charitable initiatives in Mexico, where the firm concentrates its efforts to advance digital education and economic development.

With the Collaboration Agreement, three key axes—Digital SMEs, Digital Training, and Digital Government—will have access to charitable initiatives.

The three main pillars of the cooperative agreement are the focus. The first is digital training, which is a component of the Microsoft National Plan to promote community empowerment and the inclusion of vulnerable populations online.

“Digital SMEs” intends to aid micro, small, and medium-sized businesses in the process of going digital. It aims to increase its competitiveness and growth in the digital world through training, digital tools, solutions, and funding, she said in a statement.

Technology, internet connectivity, and training will be made available to encourage microbusiness development and self-employment. Women business owners would get specific assistance, including training, support, and finance access, to help them market their goods and services online.

The Digital Government Program promotes the adoption of best practices in cybersecurity, digital processes, and regulatory improvement and is targeted at local governments.





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