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About Zamora

Zamora de Hidalgo, known locally as "Zamora", is a city in the Mexican state of Michoacán with a population of about 141,627 people happily living within its midst, slurping the odd espresso in a cafe or hanging out with likeminded souls in a coworking venue getting some work done or sharing light bulb idea moments in collaborative mode. It's the economic hub of the region perched on the Tarascan Plateau surrounded by the agricultural area of the fertile Tziróndaro Valley. Evidence indicates that it was first settled about 1500 BC. The village was actually founded in 1574 when Spanish immigrants invaded the area for its agricultural prospects. There are quite a few historic buildings littering the city heart that were constructed during the Spanish colonial times and this it's where you will find the tallest cathedral in Mexico, "The Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe" plus the Morelos Market, the Federal Palace and the church of El Calvario.

Startup ecosystems are thriving in Mexico and its transition to an innovation economy may just turn out to be one of the world's biggest economies in the next decade, if the government maintains its support for entrepreneurship by continuing to develop new initiatives to boost its growth. Mexico is at the heart of Latin America's tech revolution and has been the entry point for many global tech companies such as Uber, Google and Facebook in Latin America. It has a growing economy with widespread mobile coverage, low banking penetration and an underdeveloped lending system that is pushing Mexican fintech to success. About 40% of fintech startups in Mexico are involved in the niche markets of lending or remittances.

Coworking in Zamora is a way of life for its inventive locals and for the globe trotting entrepreneurs wanting to explore the nearby Lago de Camécuaro National Park, as Mexico is one of the most affordable countries to set up shop in.