Miami, Florida. January 13, 2021. The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce (U.S.MCC) announces the XXII edition of Entrepreneurship of the Americas Miami 2021 next January 29-30, 2021 to be held at the wonderful headquarters of the Chamber located at 1111 Brickell Floor 10, Miami, Florida. The mission of the bi annual event is the premier of 2021 with the participation of 50 elites business leaders from Latin America , the Caribbean and our executive members with a priority to continues to promote and increase awareness about Chamber’s dedication to the meeting’s theme of “Keeping America Strong: Empowering U.S. Businesses to the Americas.”
Doug Mayorga, the-President and Founder of the U.S.MCC, indicated in the summit will speak about new avenues to facility the commerce with the Americas and what governments have introduced measures to expand trade and investment relations, reignite growth and secure jobs, while the U.S. minority enterprises continue to maintain a responsible attitude due COVID-19 with an active measures to expand imports-exports inside the mutual prosperity with the region.
About the Americas Entrepreneurship Summit 2021: A 2 days event that bring together international leaders in agribusiness, food production, farmers and industries from the hemisphere , and is the only such buyers-sellers. and conferences, and is also set to be the very elite specialized trade expo at the Chamber. The Summit is sets four professional scenarios, including a one-on-one (roundtable) program, general sessions, receptions and exhibitions , with an outdoor environmentally-friendly location. All of these provide a good opportunity for foreign enterprises entering the U.S. market.
About the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce: Founded in 2002, is an independent business organization that promotes, connect and supports minority companies by providing competitive and necessary export and relocalization to Colombia, Mexico, Honduras, and Costa Rica. The Chamber represents businesses of every size and type in all 233 counties in the United States and Puerto Rico. Created in the beginning to be an advocate for business startups and job providers, today in the largest minority organization promoting trade, investment, and international cooperation. For more information regarding the Chamber, visit our website at www.minoritychamber.net.
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