The American Chamber of Commerce of Nicaragua (AMCHAM), announced that Nicaragua will host an important conference where the 24 American Chambers of Commerce of Latin America and the Caribbean (AACCLA) will convene. The conference, titled “Business Future of the Americas”, will bring together 400 businesspeople from all over the region. The event will take place June 4th through June 7th in the capital of Nicaragua, Managua.
Top notch figures in the world of business and politics will come together for this important event, including Nicaragua’s Presidential Delegate for Investment, General Álvaro Baltodano; the President of AACCLA, Thomas Kenna; the President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno; the President of the Superior Council of the Private Enterprise, José Adán Aguerri; the President of Pellas Group, Carlos Pellas; the Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce, Jody Hanson; and the United States Ambassador to Nicaragua, Laura Dogu.
The main purpose of the event is to discuss the opportunities and ways to overcome the current challenges to boost the economy of the region, as well as to facilitate an opportunity to establish high-level contacts between international trade delegations, regional government authorities and opinion leaders. It will also discuss public-private partnerships, economy, trade, energy, innovation, tourism and regional integration.
AACCLA’s mission is to promote trade and investment between the United States and the countries of the region through free trade, free markets, and free enterprise. The organization brings together 24 AMCHAMs that represent more than 20,000 companies and over 80 percent of U.S. investment in the region.
For more information, visit their web page: http://bfa2017nicaragua.com/