On October 25, the Latin Trade Group will host our Latin Trade Symposium, an annual event preceding our signature BRAVO Business Awards, this year marking their 19th anniversary. Held in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank and the Americas Society/Council of the Americas, the event will bring together more than 400 guests from business, the public sector, and other shapers of Latin America, allowing guests the opportunity to network and influence Latin America’s leaders. This year’s Symposium will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Miami, to be followed by the BRAVO Business Awards gala at night.
The Symposium will feature a number of topics of importance to those working in our hemisphere today. The day will start off with a CEO Roundtable by invitation only, where attendees will discuss the value of intrapreneurship and how employees can make an impact from within. Morning sessions will focus on multilatinas’ strategies for success in expanding regionally and abroad, hosted by Boston Consulting Group’s Jorge Becerra, as well as strategies to maintain security in the public and private sectors, hosted by Americas Society/Council of the Americas President and CEO Susan Segal, and with Sérgio Cabral, Goverrnor or Rio de Janeiro.
After a lunchtime address from the Honorable Otto Pérez Molina, President of Guatemala, attendees can hear about the exciting new strategic trade alliances being forged in Latin America and abroad, hosted by Kroll Managing Director Recaredo Romero. The afternoon will focus on three concurrent sessions on logistics, energy, and foundations.
The event will welcome a number of notable speakers, including the aforementioned Honorable Otto Pérez Molina, President of Guatemala, GermánEfromovich, CEO of Synergy Group, Jaime Szulc, CEO of Goodyear Latin America, and Álvaro Fernández Garza, CEO of Alfa. Additionally we will welcome Woods Staton, Chairman and CEO of Arcos Dorados, Gerardo Mato, President of Global Banking & Capital Financing, Americas of HSBC,IgnacoAntoñanzas, CEO of Enersis, Ferdinand Kurt, CEO Americas of Panalpina, and David Rothkopf, CEO and Editor of Foreign Policy Magazine.
Attendees can expect to learn from the great minds speaking on our panel, and to network and connect with some of the most important businessmen, politicians, and policy makers working in and with Latin America today. “We always look forward to hosting this wonderful event every year, and bringing speakers and people of influence to Miami each year to make a lasting change in the hemisphere,” Latin Trade CEO Rosemary Winters.
If you would like to register for the event, please be in touch with Stephanie Portillo from our Audience Development team at 305-749-0884, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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