UCLA Anderson presents conference on Latin American economies, business trends
By Elise Anderson May 04, 2012 Category: Campus News
The UCLA Anderson School of Management's 2012 Latin American Business Conference, open to business leaders, professionals and academics, will explore economic trends and business opportunities in Latin American countries. Experts will share insights on the region and its promising paths towards macroeconomic stability and growth.
The conference will focus on how the region's economies have evolved into affluent forces and integrated into the global economy and will provide key insights on the most important opportunities and challenges that lay ahead for Latin America's economic development and regional and global integration.
Featured speakers will include:
Jose Carlo Burga
Founder and president of the Peruvian Business Council
Trade and investment commissioner for ProMexico
CEO of Chilli Beans USA
Associate dean of the UCLA Anderson School of Management
3:15–6:30 p.m., Monday, May 14 (see schedule)
(A catered networking reception will follow the conference)
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The conference is organized by the Latin American Business Association and supported and sponsored by UCLA Anderson's Center for Global Management. The Global Executive M.B.A. Program for the Americas and the UCLA Latin American Institute are co-sponsors of the conference. For more information on the conference and to register, visit www.anderson.ucla.edu/conferences/latinamerica
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