Sustainable business practice is the theme of this year’s Latin American Forum.
The one-day event held at the Business School will focus on sustainable investment, business growth, innovation and entrepreneurship in Latin America.
The Forum brings together 12 speakers from around the world in a series of sessions focusing on the issues facing business enterprise in Latin America.
Topics will include the economic integration of indigenous people, trade with Europe, and environmental responsibility.
Building on the success of previous years, the Forum has become a valuable platform that invites experts from a wide range of sectors and academic disciplines to discuss and evaluate the issues facing Latin America and its growing presence in the world.
The event brings together people from different backgrounds and areas of expertise in order to generate ideas and dialogue to promote and explore business opportunities in Latin America.
This year’s Forum will be take place on Thursday, April 2nd, with registration starting at 09.15. The programme will run until 18.10 and will be followed by a wine reception and Gala Dinner.
Confirmed speakers include Mario Bergara, Uruguayan Minister of Economy and Finance, Francisco José Mena Guarderas, Director of Ecuador’s Institute for Promotion of Trade and Investment (ProEcuador), Cristian Lopez, Director of Chile’s Institution of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (ProChile), and Roberto Calzadilla Sarmiento, Ambassador of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.
The Forum will take place at the Business School.
Registration is open to students and staff from any university and for any professionals interested in the event but tickets are limited.
The event is sponsored by the Centre for Latin American Studies, School of Economics, Business School, International Office and Uruguay’s St Clares College.