Days until the election: 82
Gary Hoover is an unusual guy.
He´s serial entrepreneur, a wealthy man several times over. One of his companies, Hoover’s, Inc., is one of the largest business research companies on the internet and was sold to Dun & Bradstreet for $119 million in 2003.
Unlike the stereotype of a mega-entrepreneur, however, he´s a staunch supporter of the liberal arts and loves — no, adores — books. He started his own book megastore (later sold to Barnes & Noble for $40 million) and his personal collection runs to 50,000 volumes.
He´s a creative man with a restless mind and a proven track record of finding the trend hidden inside the data. And what he´s saying now is: if you pay attention to anything, pay attention to Mexico.
Like Jim O’Neill, the financial analyst who coined the term BRIC as a label for the booming economies of Brazil, Russia, India, and China, he sees Mexico as a future economic powerhouse. (For details on O’Neill´s views, see the post A New Economic Boom in Mexico? The Guy Who Brought You the Term “BRIC” Says Yes.)
If you want to understand the economic future of Mexico, don´t miss it.
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