AMEXCAP Members will have the opportunity to engage with new contacts and cement existing relationships.

 The event will foster One on One meetings between GPs and LPs.


Thursday October 30, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM PDT
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W San Francisco Hotel 
181 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103



Martha Terres 
+52 (55) 5083-5090 


Following the success of last year's event, AMEXCAP will host its Mexico VC Day on October 30th, 2014 at the W Hotel in San Francisco, California. Its objective is to link Mexican Venture Capital funds and organizations involved in the entrepreneurial ecosystem (Business Accelerators, Incubators, Entrepreneurs and others) with players from USA's VC network, in order to create relationships that help to develop Venture Capital in Mexico.


Who should attend?
  • General Partners
  • Incubators
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Limited Partners
  • Advisors
  • Financial Institutions
  • Acelerators
  • Goverment Officials
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Why should I attend?

Industry experts will  discuss the opportunities and challenges for venture capital investments in Mexico, where factors such as: stable macroeconomic environment with positive growth prospects, rising consumer purchasing power, and recent structural reforms to national policies and regulations have contributed to increased deal flow opportunities and the growth of the Mexican VC industry.

This year's discussion topics include:


  • Macro Overview of Mexico’s Economy
  • Mexico in the Eye of Investors
  • Cross Border Co-Investment and Sector Opportunities
  • Institutional Investor Views on the Mexican VC Market
  • Entrepreneurs and their Mexican VC-Backed Portfolio Companies
  • “Mexico City: A Hub for Entrepreneurship”. Government Programs to Support Mexican Small
  • and Mid-sized Businesses.
  • Doing Business in Mexico: Investments and Exits
  • Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Mexico
  • The New Wave of Early Stage Funding 
  • Alternative Structures and Mezzanine Debt Financing



2014 Speakers 

Edwin Lee, 43rd Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco 

2014 Agenda