Jorge Dietter Espinosa has more than 8 years of experience in competitive intelligence and market analysis for the tourism industry.
Jorge was in charge of market information at the Mexico Tourism Board in Mexico City and published several market research studies, including the Analysis of the Situation of International Tourism to Mexico, the Segmentation of the Tourism Demand to Mexico, the Analysis of the International Market for Cultural Travel, and the Analysis of the Hispanic Travel Market in the U.S.
Jorge has a bachelor’s degree in International Business with a graduate specialization in Economics (Universidad Panamericana, Mexico) and a master’s degree in Information Studies and Knowledge Management (McGill University, Montreal, QC). Additionally, he has a robust background in technology, focused on the analysis and development of online market information portals. In 2010 he was awarded a fellowship from the Association of Research Libraries (Washington, DC) and was invited to participate in research projects with the departments of IT and digital initiatives at the North Carolina State University (Raleigh, NC)
Since 2009 Jorge lives in Montreal, Quebec, where he has developed different educational projects with McGill University, Dawson College, Ahuntsic College, and F.A.C.E. School. Currently he is studying a certificate in Web Analytics and Intelligence at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, BC) and participates in projects with consulting firms in Quebec.