The schools in Oxford, Michigan, the city of Puebla, and the township of Tlanepantla de Baz in Mexico are now partners, and the economic relation between Michigan and Mexico continues to grow. Foreign investment continues to pour into Mexico, and Mexican investors have begun to invest heavily in the US. In fact, Mexico is considered to have become today a key player in the North American manufacturing and competitive environment.
In view of this ongoing collaboration, the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce has organized a Spring Executive Briefing with the participation of a select group of Mexican entrepreneurs, professors, and diplomats, including the Hon. Vicente Sánchez-Ventura, Consul of Mexico in Detroit.
Speakers will address issues such as Mexico’s profound transformation in its manufacturing capacity, its level of technology, and its rapid economic and social development on Thursday, March 21st, from 8:00 am to 11:30 am at the offices of Plante Moran in Southfield.
The U.S. Mexico Chamber of Commerce and Plante Moran have organized this briefing with two panels of experts to allow prospective customers, investors, and more to learn more about Mexico’s economic and social environment today and the implications for business and for regional economy.
As we all know, Mexico has a new president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and the first Panel of this briefing will address the topic of his new administration, his political outlook and planned reforms.
Speakers will include Dr. Manuel Chávez, Associate Professor at Michigan State University; Oscar De la Vega, Office Managing Shareholder for Mexico’s Law Firm Littler, De la Vega y Conde; Juan Carlos Varela, Co-chair of the Latin America Practice at Littler Mendelson; Alejandro Rodríguez, CountryManager for Plante Moran, Mexico; and Rodrigo Rojas, Partner at Gonzalez Calvillo.
Panel 2 of this briefing will focus on Manufacturing Trends: Opportunities and Challenges. Moderators for the twow\ panels will be Mexican attorney Marie-Alsace Galindo of Techba, and Scott Sneckerberger, of Plante Moran.
In recognition of the importance of this briefing, guest of honor Consul Sánchez-Ventura will provide welcoming remarks and an initial overview of the event.
For additional information: email@example.com free of charge. RSVP required. Space is limited (312) 729-1355