Aguascalientes will host prestigious National Congress of the Mexican Association of Women Entrepreneurs (AMEXME), after separating the entity’s business organization, headed by Sofia Acosta JaimeAfter competing with Huatulco, Oaxaca and Morelia, she won the event’s naming, Michoacán.
Common business leader that flow 800 businesswomen from all over the country and Latin AmericaBeside 65 international exhibitors. He added that the main themes of the conference will be culture, innovation and technology. Activities such as workshops, networking, conferences and other enriching experiences will be developed for Forum attendees.
meeting too Consider the arrival of visitors from the United States and France, on the principle. Expectations estimate that there will be an occupation of 550 rooms in various hotels of the entity As well as an economic benefit of not less than 20 million pesos.
Presenting the programme, Sofia Acosta stated that by founding the Aguascalientes chapter of AMEXME in August 2019, she has dedicated herself to working towards women’s visibility and economic growth in the state.
“AMEXME’s 56-year goal has been to promote and empower women entrepreneurs in the economic, social and political spheres. We align our activities with the UN 2030 Agenda, for which we contribute multilaterally to the Sustainable Development Goals aimed at eradicating poverty, with a gender approach and formalizing strategic alliances‘, he announced.
Acosta Jaime noticed that AMEXME has a presence in 29 states of the country with 74 face-to-face and virtual classrooms; In addition, she highlighted her participation in the world’s oldest businesswomen’s organization, The Women Chefs of the World Cup (FCEM), which has been in 120 countries and has focused five million companies on five continents for 56 years.
In this regard, comment on it Celebrating the 19th Anniversary of the AMEXME National Conference, for the first time the event will be open to both men and women, Therefore, they create corresponding synergies with government authorities and private initiatives to contribute to the sustainable development of the country and to enhance the capabilities of entrepreneurs with tools that contribute to the economic dynamism of the country.
- Belen SanzRepresentative of the United Nations Women in Mexico.
- Buckchit EdmundHaiti’s ambassador to Mexico.
- Louis CoogillConsulate of Canada in Guadalajara.
- Marie Christine Ogli, Global Head of FCEM. Graduated in Hydrology, National Order of Merit and Knight of the Legion of Honor National from France.
- Patricia Spinozaformer president of INMUJERES, former federal deputy of PAN and representative of Mexico at the Global Women’s Summit.
- Carmen AlanisAn expert in electoral affairs and women’s human rights. Former Chief Justice of the Electoral Tribunal of the Federal Judicial Power. Currently Head of Corporate Affairs at Coca Cola FEMSA.
- Mariana EmrichDirector of the International Cervantino Festival.
Conferences and Workshops
Wednesday 17 May
- main conference: “Innovation and the collaborative economy: a new work culture.” by Laura Sepulveda, Jorge Mario Blanco and Adolfo Franco (Colaborar.mx).
- conspiracy: “Phrases and lessons from an energy tech entrepreneur». by Alma de Toro (USA).
- conspiracy: “Experiences and pledge lessons for the electric car sector.” by Nazareth Black (Mexico).
- Workshop 1: Business and Social InnovationBy Alma Ramirez (Mexico).
- Workshop 2: vision and leadershipWritten by Tania Pimentel (Mexico).
- 3 . workshop: Digital transformation, e-commerce, financial inclusionBy Andres Diaz (Mexico).
- Workshop 4: Innovation and the circular economyWritten by Mariana Beniche (Mexico).
- Workshop 5: Creative Entrepreneurship and InnovationBy Carlos Gutierrez (Mexico).
Thursday 19 May
- conspiracy: “Innovation for sustainable business development«, by Giovanna Karpajac (Peru), 2021 FECM World Entrepreneur Award Winner.
- conspiracy: “Experiences and Lessons of a Technology Entrepreneur”, by Nancy Staines (Mexico).
- conspiracy: «A permanent mindset and lifestyle‘, by Ana Eloisa Zúñiga (Colombia).
These events will take place at the FICOTRECE complex.
For Friday, May 20, attendees will have three possibilities to close the meeting:
- Visit the magical town of Calvillo with guava wines and food tasting. Fifth
- A visit to the Grape Innovation and Technology Center (UTNA); Vineyard tour, wine and food tasting.
- Visit the municipality of Tepezala with a tasting of mezcal and food.