YOUTH CARRIES OUT THE FIRST BAZAAR “YOUTH MARKET”
With the participation of more than 40 entrepreneurs, with the aim of stimulating social development that at the same time promotes the entrepreneurial culture.
MEXICALI.- Under the commission of the Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, through the Youth Institute, the first "Youth Market" bazaar was held in Mexicali Rose located in the Historic Center of this city, as part of the activities programmed in the Youth Week.
The director of Juventud BC, Rigoberto Salcedo Boyd commented that the bazaar was born from the "Young Trade" program headed by the Government of Mexico and that it is being carried out in all states, and it is being carried out in the municipalities, where it is sought to provide decent spaces for young people to develop their businesses.
“I want to ask you this Youth Week to choose to believe, to fight for your dreams because we have the capacity and we can continue to show that we are the center of the transformation of our country,” said Salcedo Boyd.
More than 40 young people exhibited beauty products, paintings, clothing, handicrafts, footwear, gastronomy and there was the participation of different musical artists.
In addition, in said event, support from the “Yo Emprendo” program was given to young people who participated in the call, which consists of giving them a boost through in-kind support for their entrepreneurship.
The state official invited young people to come and learn about all the programs, calls, informative talks and other benefits that Youth BC has; The offices are located on Boulevard López Mateos S/N, in the Caliss subdivision next to the Teatro del Estado, or through their social networks such as Facebook: Juventud BC and on Instagram: @Juventud.bc and finally, to the phones those who can be reached are (686) 568-4115 or 568-4009.