In an attempt to curb one of the worst obesity rates in the world, the Mexican government is offering a free subway ticket in exchange for 10 squats.
Mexican news outlet Mas Por Mas has created a bathroom paper towel dispenser which prints news headlines on the very paper users will dry their hands with.
From Mexico, the PhotoFlow harnesses energy from the sun in good weather and collects and filters rainwater in bad weather.
KidZania Mumbai has teamed up with India’s YES BANK to get visitors roleplaying as bank tellers in order to teach them about the finance skills they will need later in life.
Mexico’s ANAR Foundation has developed an ad that uses lenticular printing technology to display encouraging messages to children that adults can’t read.
The Scribe paper company has created the Scribe Billboard, a temporary home and advertisement hoarding for artists to live in while they design a commercial for the brand based on fans’ tweets.
Through a new campaign dubbed “Respira,” or “Breathe,” VerdMX has been working with Nissan Mexicana to install numerous living vertical garden sculptures throughout the public spaces of Mexico City.
Created by Nike Mexico, the Subasta de Kilometros translates runners’ distances into currency in auction.
Mexico-based Terra is rewarding walkers that ensure they clean up after their pets with free time online through its Poo Wifi portal.
Law firm Abogados Postulantes en Sociedad is out to prove that separation does not need to be painful with its Libera Pass divorce gift card, which customers can buy for themselves or a friend.
A “soap concierge” at the newly renovated 41-villa Viceroy Riviera Maya now offers guests a choice of locally made soaps and then hand cuts bars on the spot from their selections.
Launched in Mexico City, the government-led Mercado de Trueque is a barter service which offers fresh food in exchange for recyclable materials.
In Mexico, the Murcielagos FC soccer team reportedly has no coach or trainer; instead, it’s managed entirely by its fans.
Yumbling is a free mobile app that recommends local entertainment options based on the user’s current location and preferences.
Mexican sneaker brand Panam are giving away free shoes in exchange for customers’ old pairs.
CancunLiveWeddings offers a real-time webcasting service that makes it possible for would-be attendees in other parts of the world to feel like they were there.
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