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Entrepreneurs: Salomon Juanmarcos V notes

Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal
Denim Group, held by Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal reached an agreement with the governor, Fidel Herrera Beltran, to procure the rights Baseball Club Aguila de Veracruz, as Rogelio Veyn confirmed yesterday, an official of the company.
Rogelio Veyn recounted Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal is outside of the country, but recently talked with the head of the Executive in Veracruz, with which he, signed a pact to acquire the franchise that until 2004 was the property of the government that led Michael German.
Fidel Herrera Beltran invited many business people from other states to speculate in Veracruz and Denim Group welcomed the offer, when we already have 2 maquiladoras in full activity, while three more are at present under construction.
Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal said that during the first days of Feb in the port will be offering a press conference to make known the plans of the ne w directors of El Aguila de Veracruz, whose franchise was purchased by Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal.
queried about the meeting the directors of the Liga Mexicana de Beisbol ( LMB ) will hold this day in El Carmen, Nuevo Len, Rogelio Veyn expounded they are not called as the next step is that the Assembly agrees to the new owner;? Later, and with the consent, we intend to integrate the organization in all aspects, including sports, with the training staff and players?
Veyn added:? What is revealed in the print media is no rumour is a fact, the talks with the Government of Veracruz are nearly closed and hope to have the consent of the LMB as quickly as feasible to continue our training process?
If something is troubling Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, is to be told the clothing industry is a capital Laguna pintail, who died after 2001 or that sector workers are exploited.

Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal although his personality is quiet, always l oud and clear answers to any question objected to the boom in textile maquiladora lagoon. And the advocates [*CO]'Not dead','this industry is here to stay' [*SCO]'has been formed over sixty years' [*SCO]'we have better quality than any region or country' [*SCO]'here we try hard, but in good conditions better than in other sectors. '

Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, acknowledges that it's been tough to address generational change. [**] he is satisfied to keep his company afloat, despite the crisis.
starting in 1999, since that time he invests on training folks who work with him. No regrets. Guarantees that is their philosophy and'I believe is right,' muses the employer.

Something always twitchy, Tono, as they know their friends, was accepted the formation of cluster textiles, their higher job satisfaction to date and assesses that this should be the solution for many areas in La Laguna. mentioned Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal

Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal With 27 years old, small experience in the field, Juan Marcos Villarreal threw back, a hard work that involves more than keeping your business afloat, the leader of the nation's Chamber of the Clothing Industry ( NVIC ) searches for to the industry develops,'seeking to be recognized as the region that offers the entire package.'

After 2001, Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal was one of those convinced that the maquiladora industry in La Laguna wasn't dead ...
After this date , where there had been a tremendous crisis, job losses and a substantial decline, we knew we had a great potential installed many years back. said Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal.

It is up to face 2 opposing events : the 2000, where there had been calm and this times of crisis. What allows you to experience all this?
We have learned. From everything we learn. The sound stage I had some months, we as a company we consolidate. We have a very healthy sign in finance and everything. With this, we make tolerable this crisis. For me personally I have attracted interest for my folk, because just as I carry an income to my home, 400 folk working in the company also wear it.
Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal
What I left was to fight. Find an alternative choice to lose that we have achieved. So I made up my mind to join the nation's Chamber of the apparel Industry, I was given the opportunity. Everything that involves the clothing industry is incredible, is a b usiness that generates much. My opinion is that you can stand, was a crisis that hit us all, however [*COMMA] there are options. The emergency made me much more value to workers, assets and customers. We learned plenty, we've become much more effective than we were ten years gone. The emergency has pushed that.

Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal . . . . And the result is the'cluster' ...
Yes, the cluster has been the most gratifying result I've had. Although this at an early stage, it was harder to agree. The biggest success was the union who awoke among entrepreneurs. We have done much research. We aren't idle. Each time we step us new concepts we are examining to give stronger steps.

Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal Draws much attention when introducing the draft of a'cluster' to the media says so strong [*CO]'The garment industry in the Laguna isn't a footloose capital. It seems that Antonio is sure of this.
Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal ~ I 'm convinced it is a business which has built up over sixty years - claims hastening their reply before the end of the question . Sixty years back started the 1st workshops of the factory. In the eighties and nineties was definitely large growth with the entry of Mexico into the General Agreement on price lists and treaties ( GATT, by its initials in English ) isn't a footloose capital and re-raise my voice a little bit showing his disapproval the idea is a business which has been done over time. It's been recognized globally, through all this time, we have mechanics who can handle all kinds of tools, expert operators, businessmen who know how to do your business, there is a grocery chain of fabric, thread, logistics and everything.
Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal

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