The Guadalajara commerce sector has already recovered the levels it had before the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 y It expects this year to record growth close to 8 percent.
Raúl Uranga Lamadrid, president of the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce, explained that in this sector the most affected item had been tourism, but today it is also experiencing growth.
“We are waiting for a Easter and Easter is very good, so we hope that it stays that way throughout the year, we have no hotel rooms for so many events that will be in the city for November,” he commented.
In an interview during the swearing-in of the new Board of Directors, Raúl Uranga commented that Among the challenges facing the commerce sector this year are containing inflation and dealing with the lack of personnel in shops because “it is still a great challenge to have the complete templates”.
Another great challenge, he said, is security where there are still pending to improve the figures.
Raúl Uranga presented the work plan for 2023, among which it stands out promoting attention to the member through digitization and the involvement of the Chamber in the reactivation of the Historic Center of Guadalajara.
In addition to the Chamber’s participation in cultural issues in the city, such as the International Mariachi Meeting, which this year will have exhibitions in Seville and Madrid.
“This year we are going with the Chamber of Commerce of Seville and with the Chamber of Commerce of Madrid, which augurs that it will be a great success,” he said.
During his speech, Raúl Uranga called for progress in regulatory improvement in the different procedures of the municipalities.
The swearing-in event of the new Board of Directors was held at the facilities of the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce and was attended by businessmen and representatives of the three levels of government and social organizations.
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