In order to provide a series of ideas and approaches that can be implemented in favor of solving the economic crisis that the country is experiencing, the Chamber of Commerce and Production of La Libertad will carry out the 32nd Northern Business Meeting (EEN), which will be held on November 24, 25, 26 and for the second consecutive year will be virtually. The organizers hope to host more than 1,000 entrepreneurs.
In this edition, called Resilience to resume the development path, issues related to the world and national economic outlook, fiscal and monetary stability will be addressed, in the same way, we will delve into the potential of notable sectors in the development of the North Macroregion, such as are: agribusiness, mining and infrastructure. In addition, there will be a space dedicated exclusively to the issues of digital transformation and innovation, which are now more than ever necessary for proper business management.
“It is necessary to generate confidence and promote investments in the country, which requires stable conditions on the part of the Government. We are businessmen, as representatives of organized civil society, who must face these challenges, ”said the president of the La Libertad Chamber of Commerce (CCLL), Guillermo Benavides Zavaleta, during the EEN launch conference.
For his part, the president of the National Confederation of Private Business Institutions (Confiep), Óscar Caipo Ricci, agreed with this reflection and pointed out that the board of directors of his organization considers that it should play a more active role, putting Peru first and people in the center.
During this event the Fourth Business Round will be held, which hopes to convene more than 100 entrepreneurs from all economic sectors, who will be able to publicize their offer of products and services to their clients, giving them the possibility of establishing new and fruitful commercial ties.
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