Date:February 7, 2013 to February 7, 2013
Time: 07:00 to 09:00
Location:515 West Hastings Street
Ticket Cost: 50.00-150.00
Registration Link: http://expoplaza.eventbrite.ca/
ExpoPlaza Latina will be LatinCouver’s 2013 highlight event. We believe that no business should be limited by its scope and geography as a barrier to its long-term success.
Gregor Robertson – Mayor of Vancouver
Jane McRae – CEO of Sustainable Cities International
Allan Costa – CEO of SEBRAE
Andrea Reimer – City of Vancouver
Ana Paula Fernandez Del Castillo – Director of Sustainability, Empresas ICA, Mexico
Richard Bell – CEO of Bell Alliance
David Bazowski – Chair of BC Mining Industry’s Special Task Force
José J. Suárez – Managing Director of North America Mining Industry Lead for Accenture
Dennis Wolff – Recruitment Manager of GoldCorp Inc.
Randall Mang – President of Randall Anthony Communications Inc.
Alan Minz – Department of DFAIT
Joseph Salazar – Deputy Director for Economic Policy for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere affairs from U.S. Government NAFTA
Dallas Kachan – Executive Director – Clean Mining Alliance
Jorge Gutierrez – Partner of Deutsua & Halperin Abogados (Law Firm), Peruvian Legal Network
Glenn Sigurdson – The CSE Group, Principal SFU Beedie School of Business
Ian Thomson – Principal & Co-Founder – On Common Ground Consultants Inc.
Dave Byng – Deputy Minister at Province of British Columbia
Individual Plenaries – $50.00 (includes panel discussion and Q & A)
All Day Pass – $150.00 (includes admission to all 4 plenaries and evening cocktail event)
Evening Cocktail Networking Event-$75.00 (includes one drink, appetizers, and Latin entertainment)
ExpoPlaza 2013 will provide organizations the chance to better understand what Latin America can offer in terms of business opportunities, and potential partnerships, as well as provide a platform to network with companies from the region. With the support of a stable economy and an increasing demand for commodities, Latin America’s infrastructure and its numerous industries are not only developing quickly but are also attracting new waves of foreign investments. We want to highlight successful companies and current initiatives happening in Latin America. Organizations can use this knowledge to better understand opportunities within the Mining, Construction and Green Tech industries; these industries are one of the main contributors to the well-being of the Western Provinces’ economy” in Canada. We want to become the link between companies in Latin America and North America by enabling them to come together to share ideas, information, and network with future business partners.
Tickets can be purchased online or in person by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org