The Council of Industrial Chambers of Jalisco (CCIJ) formally welcomed the Chamber of the Radio and Television Industry as its members; and the National Chamber of Consulting Companies (CNEC); both in their state delegations.
César Castro Rodríguez, coordinator of the CCIJ, stated that the objective is to continue working for the development and growth of Jalisco. With these additions, there are 24 chamber councils that make up the CCIJ. Betting on strengthening processes: CNEC
Coordinated work between businessmen and consultants is key on issues such as process improvement and training, assured Santiago Mayagoitia, president of the National Chamber of Consulting Companies (CNEC). After joining the Council of Industrial Chambers of Jalisco (CCIJ), he explained that they only formalized the work they have done for several years.
The consultant explained that they hope to promote productivity programs, formalize small and medium-sized companies in the State. “The issue of boosting productivity, boosting consultancy is important to be able to support companies. It is the accompaniment to the organizations so that they can make the best practices and offer the improvement to the clients”, he said.
He added that those who most often hire consultancies are medium-sized companies that are looking to make the leap to being a large company, he said that regardless of the size of the company should work on formalizing their processes because inefficiency raises costs between 20 to 35%. At the state level there are some 6 thousand consulting companies already formalized and in the country there are around 50 thousand. CIRT seeks to contribute to the development of the State
With the intention of having greater representation, contributing to the industry, to the generation of jobs, and to the development of the State and the country; the Chamber of the Industry of Radio and Television (CIRT) Jalisco delegation became part of the Council of Industrial Chambers of Jalisco (CCIJ). Rafael Pérez Munguía, president of the CIRT Jalisco delegation, He commented that historically they have worked well and for the partners; he considered that they are a very integrated Chamber that had been somewhat isolated from the industrial ecosystem and state entrepreneur. He asserted that joining the CCIJ will strengthen the sector.
“What the CIRT does is represent the interests of all the concessionaires of radio and television groups at the state level, what we seek is always to bring benefits for our members and the benefits we want for our members are representation before sectors, politicians, before economic sectors, in training and formation of the members of our companies”, he said.
Questioned about the challenges that his sector faces with factors such as the incorporation of social networks and platforms in the competition for advertising expenses, Pérez Munguía argued that, although the networks have kept part of the advertising revenue, there is a market for all the “traditional media”; she rejected that they are at risk of disappearing.
“Social networks are seen by a certain profile of the population, but there are people who are not aware of their cell phones, some who listen to the radio or read the press to find out or watch television. What we are doing to strengthen ourselves is to improve content, our cost and operational structures. I think that in the new media cake we are all going to coexist and none of them will disappear ”, he concluded.
CCIJ National Chamber of the Radio and Television Industry
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