Nearshore Americas

Gaming, Film and Digital Animation: Mexico’s Creative Industry’s Climb to Recognition

Gaming, Film and Digital Animation: Mexico’s Creative Industry’s Climb to Recognition

This White Paper walks you through Mexico’s blooming creative & cultural industry. Mexico is the world’s 18th biggest exporter of creative goods, with creative exports growing at a healthy 9.1% between 2003 and 2008 to reach US$5.2 billion. The White Paper sheds light on Mexico’s fight with India and China for the larger slice of the creative goods market, and explains what the government is doing to drive further growth.

  • Mexican government offers tax-breaks and training its creative sector and wants to groom the sector as strong as India’s and China’s.
  • Mexico is one of the 15 biggest videogame consumers in the world, with US$664 million in sales in 2012.
  • Government is building a Digital Creative City in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
  • Mexico is one of the 15 biggest videogame consumers in the world, with US$664 million in sales in 2012.
  • Developing nations contributed to 43% of total world trade in creative industries in 2008.

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