The Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America (AACCLA) will host the Business Future of the Americas Conference in Mexico City this year, May 14 – 15 at the Hotel Camino Real Polanco. Aimed at addressing the challenges and opportunities facing intra-regional trade, the conference will bring together leading figures from the private and public sectors to present their experiences and points of view. The event will feature presentations by key players on topics such as competitiveness, logistics, education and innovation, as well as workshops on corporate social responsibility, energy efficiency and rule of law and transparency. The conference will include speakers of the stature of President Felipe Calderón of Mexico, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne, Mexico Central Bank Governor Agustín Carstens, former President of Peru Alan García, and representatives of top international companies such as BASF, Cisco Systems, Ernst & Young, Amgen and ManattJones, among others.
AACCLA is made up of 23 American Chambers of Commerce throughout Latin America and the Caribbean devoted to promoting trade and investment between their countries and the United States. The upcoming conference will include a match-making forum with representatives of the Mexico offices of various U.S. states.
Please visit the web site of the Business Future of the Americas Conference for details on how to attend.