Lego tech lamborghinis, tech education, technical education career

Lego tech lamborghinis, tech education, technical education career

The Lego company has announced plans to open a technical education and training center in Mexico, the country that is the world’s fourth largest LEGO fan base after the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany.

Lego announced the plans at the World LEGO Convention in Las Vegas. 

The facility will be based in the northern Mexican city of Tijuana, where the company has set up a training academy and other locations. 

Tijuana, a city of 4.6 million people, is home to more than 100,000 Lego enthusiasts. 

In May, Lego announced that it would be expanding its Mexican business. 

“Our partnership with the Mexican government is about the future of the industry and education in Mexico,” Lego CEO Ivan Antonov told CNBC in May. 

A spokeswoman for Mexico’s Ministry of Education and Science, Jaime Paz, told CNBC that the Mexican LEGO company is currently working with a company that operates in Mexico. 

However, Paz noted that the ministry had no official comment on the plan to open an academy. 

Lego will also build its new Tijuana Technical Training Academy in 2019, according to a company release. 

Lambdas are an important part of the Lego brand, with Lego’s most famous creations being the brick-like building blocks. 

Its current top model, the Lego Batman, has sold over 3 million sets. 

While the company plans to set up an academy in Tijuana with a full range of Lego products, it does not have any specific plans for other LEGO products. 

This article has been updated to include information on the Mexican Lego company.