- Professionals, businessmen and political leaders from 15 countries and 12 Argentine provinces exchange ideas, new initiatives and good practices on collections.
- The event is organized by the municipality through the entity Córdoba Acelera and the world’s leading specialist network TCI Network, within the framework of the productive policies promoted by the city.
Today is the second and last day of the XIV Latin American Clusters 2023, which is based in Córdoba.
This event has been taking place since yesterday at the Cordoba Cultural Center, which brings together professionals, businessmen and political leaders from 15 countries and 12 Argentine provinces with the aim of exchanging ideas, new initiatives and good practices regarding gatherings in the region.
Under the slogan “CLAC 2023”, new kits for Latin America. “Promoting a greener, more technological and fair economy”, the conference is organized by the leading global specialist network TCI and the municipal entity Córdoba Acelera, within the framework of the productive policies promoted by the city in recent years.
At the same time, cutting-edge trends, discovery of innovative initiatives and business connections can be shared, with a successful invitation of more than 500 participants.
It should be noted that in recent years, Córdoba has become one of the main centers of productive clusters in the region, and for this reason it has been chosen by TCI Network to host the current edition of the conference, in which the latest trends will be highlighted to be shared about clusters and collaborations in innovation ecosystems. .
Today’s conference will discuss the following topics: “Towards a New Framework for Competitiveness in the Future?”, and “New Public Policies to Support Clusters” by speakers from Colombia, Paraguay, Spain, Sweden, Argentina and Mexico.
On the other hand, there is space for parallel sessions under two axes: “Collections, Sustainability and Shared Value” and “Collections Management Tools”. There, they discuss and make interactive presentations with the current and inspiring experiences of Latin American groups to assess which groups promote a greener, more technological and fair economy.
About the development of CLAC 2023
The inauguration was overseen by Deputy Mayor Daniele Passerini, responsible for the executive branch, and within two days, international experts from Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, Spain, the United States, Iceland, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Also, local references from the City and Province of Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, Neuquen, Chubut, Tucuman, San Luis, Salta, Catamarca and La Rioja.
The Latin American Conference targets the group of professionals; agencies; chambers of commerce; trade unions and government departments; Entrepreneurs and business leaders. Researchers and academics. and members of multilateral organizations interested in improving the competitiveness of their groups and territories.
About TCI Network
Founded in 1998, it is a non-governmental, non-profit organization open to members from all continents.
It is the premier global network of people and organizations working in innovation clusters and ecosystems around the world. Its role is to create global connections, inspire groups, and promote policy learning.
The network currently consists of more than 500 active members, 80 organizations and a total of 9,000 professionals from more than 110 countries.
The Latin American Chapter of the TCI Network is a regional initiative to strengthen relations between Latin American groups through strategic projects aimed at addressing the challenges of the region.
About the entity of Cordoba Sierra
It is an independent body through which the Municipality of Cordoba and the private sector work to promote development, innovation and creativity in local production.
The Foundation connects the city of Córdoba with the world in terms of invention, business models, entrepreneurship and new economies.
Since its launch in August 2022, Córdoba Acelera has promoted the creation of eight private clusters in the service sector: Córdoba BIM Group, BPO & KPO Group, Córdoba Health Tourism Group, Córdoba Franchise Cluster, Advertising Group, and others.