Teresa Gutierrez, businesswoman who will become CEO of Tesla in Mexico.

The new CEO will be Mexican Teresa Gutierrez. Tesla in Mexico, where she will oversee the construction of the car company’s first plant in Latin America, as the businesswoman announced on her LinkedIn account.

“I am passionate about innovation, social impact and digital transformation, and I hope to contribute to Tesla’s mission. create a greener Latin America,” Gutierrez wrote on his profile.

Until now, the council has performed the functions manager in Mexico of the delivery platform Rappiand previously she worked as commercial director at Timser Group and director of marketing for Latin America at toy maker Mattel.

It was an honor to be part of Rappi’s story in Mexico and leading this incredible team of professionals (very talented people!), he wrote a message on LinkedIn saying goodbye to the company.

As the new representative of the automaker tycoon Elon Musk said, Gutierrez will oversee the construction of the Tesla plant in Nuevo Leon, which It promises to become the largest in the world electric vehicles with an initial estimated investment of $5 billion to $10 billion.

Although the assembly company was announced in February 2023, Musk warned in a call with investors last October that he would slow down its installation because, among other things, he believed central bank interest rates were too high.

The Iberoamerican University of Mexico, where Gutiérrez studied chemical engineering, issued a statement congratulate your former studentwho highlighted his more than 20 years of experience working for international companies such as Mattel, Nestlé, Procter & Gamble and Mckinsey.

“In addition to working as a chemical engineer at IBERO (August 1999 – June 2002), He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and Management. Pan American Institute of Advanced Business Management. “His role will be decisive in leading Tesla’s expansion in Latin America,” the institution said.

Tesla already has a 1,600-hectare plot of land in the municipality of Santa Catarina, in the Monterrey metropolitan area, where authorities estimate creation of 7 thousand direct jobs and production of 1 million vehicles per year. (EFE)

Source: Aristegui Noticias