They seek a rapprochement with businessmen and the geopolitical challenges after this pandemic, where participants will be selected in a contest, one participating country is Germany
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- In order to bring Sinaloan businessmen closer to the link to create synergies in the face of economic and geopolitical changes after the pandemic, this Tuesday Mazatlán will host the 2022 Business Summit, where it will be the main link with businessmen from Germany, Oscar Rivas Inzunza announced.
The representative of the Friedich Naumann Foundation indicated that this event, which is traditionally held every year in Mexico City and Monterrey, will provide this opportunity for the first time in Mazatlan, where it will bring together the 100 most important voices and business leaders from the states of Sinaloa, Durango, Sonora, and Baja California.
“It is that we are going to have the presence of the consul Fresh Matías Turao who is the president of the Mexica-Germany Chamber of Commerce, he is going to give us a conversation, about what are the businesses that Sinaloa can have with Germany, what is the interest from Germany in business matters, and the intention is that we want to bring together businessmen from Mazatlan, Sinaloa and especially from the Northwest, representatives of chambers from the Northwest come “ .
The purpose is to expose ideas, create commercial alliances and develop projects with a country like Germany.
This event takes place within the framework of the Road to Innovate Event, which the Friedrich Naumann Foundation holds every year, in which they expect the assistance of representatives in Mexico and other regions, whose event is considered the most important Latin American entrepreneurship event.
This event has the sum of more than 20 national and local sponsors, and they expect the participation of businessmen and officials from Sinaloa and other areas.
In Mexico, we seek to promote liberal ideas by fostering a market economy, rule of law, and political education. We work on topics such as innovation, digitization, and open markets because an innovative and open society can promote the freedom of individuals globally. Development depends on people’s ability to willingly cooperate to transform their creativity into value for others. We collaborate with Mexican organizations to promote the rule of law and a stronger democracy in which human rights and improved governance are defended.