In addition, the United States Congress declared October 13, 2016 Hispanic American Business Conference Day, a declaration that had international impact. Four years later, on February 29, 2020, the entity was awarded the Caroline Gold Award for World Peace a recognition that highlights His work, contribution and cooperation with the global economy.
said Maria Victoria Valencia, who promotes strategic alliances with institutions such as the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the European Union, Harvard David Rockefeller Review, the United Nations (UN), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and the World Bank, among others. .
“These alliances allow us to join forces so that Hispanic companies continue to grow even outside the United States, as they are organizations that seek to develop Latin America and the Caribbean. In this sense, we also work with more than seven presidential roles in Latin America, bringing investment to our countries and diversify their economy.”
Having been stationed in Spain and Canada, Maria Victoria Valencia has consolidated from Miami the company that has affected more than 6000 companies, which annually consolidates and develops between 75 and 80 jobs.
On the other hand, Hispanic American Business Conference regularly holds international events, uniting and providing feedback to a database of more than 78,000 contacts, and providing development opportunities for more than 25,000 of its affiliates free of charge for its business platform.
The entity leader said, “We are holding events in iconic places such as Harvard University, the Inter-American Development Bank, the United States Capitol, the US Congress, and next October 13 we will be at Stanford University.” Also the founder of Grupo Conexión Latina, started by three Hispanic women in Canada, and which today has more than 900 members.
It should be noted that the Hispanic Business Conference was founded in the United States in 2015, and has been headquartered in Miami for three years, a move through which the entity seeks to strengthen relations with the Caribbean and Latin America.
“Miami is a wonderful city, and as an institution we have a lot of hard work to do here. Miami has high-profile entrepreneurs, that is, companies that bill 300-500 million dollars annually; it has successful Spanish projects that arrived decades ago, with a business vision that allowed them to achieve their goals; It also has a large group of young entrepreneurs who have emerged with great success, even from home. And it is these three groups that we have a mission to connect with.”
Hispanic pool at Stanford
This coming October 13th, the Hispanic American Business Conference seeks to create opportunities and connect people and companies from one of the world’s best universities, Stanford, which is why it brings together entrepreneurs from the technology sector, professionals from the region of innovation and entrepreneurs, to be part of an event you participate in. Characters like Andres Moreno, creator of Open English; In addition to leaders from Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon and Google, they will share their knowledge at the gates of Silicon Valley, with the help of Jennifer García, Director of LBAN, an entity that includes Stanford’s most successful startups.
“We believe in synergy and the circular economy, a new model of production and consumption that ensures sustainable growth over time and for all,” he concluded.