1 Coworking Spaces in Irapuato

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About Irapuato

Sitting in the south central region of the state of Guanajuato, the city of Irapuato is at the foot of the Arandas Hill between the Silao and the Guanajuato Rivers. It has a population of about 342,561 inhabitants with its main industry in agriculture. Famous for its luscious and mouth-watering strawberries plus the raising of cattle and pigs, its fruit and flowers are known throughout Mexico. It is home to quite a few private universities and a public one, as well as the Center for Advanced Research and Studies that specializes in plant biotechnology and genetics. Coworking venues have now appeared on the streets of Irapuato to cater to its locals who wish to get some work done or to mingle and collaborate with likeminded souls.

Mexico is one of Latin America's up and coming tech enclaves with a vibrant and dynamic ecosystem happening. It was the first country in Latin America to pass a law to regulate fintech, thereby preventing money laundering and corruption. With one third of its population under the age of 25, it is little wonder that Mexico is the 5th biggest Facebook user in the world. It is a hot bed of inventive and innovative tech hungry youth.

With plenty of attractions from the Fountain of Dancing Water to the largest mall for the shopaholics to have their ultimate dream moment, you can gawk at monuments and cathedrals or hang out in the large public historical square of Miguel Hidalgo sitting and sipping espresso as you watch the colorful passing parade.

Coworking in Irapuato is to become a part of a vibrant and spreading tech startup scene that shows no signs of slowing down, whilst being able to pig out on fresh ripe strawberries. If that doesn't appeal you can always chat to the thousands of bats in the Sierra de Penjamo's "Canyon of Bats".