IV CEAPI Ibero-American Congress will bring together Ibero-American leaders
The event that began yesterday and ends today aims to exchange experiences and discuss the main issues that will mark the roadmap of a new era in the region
Under the slogan Transformation and social impact: the best companies for the planet, business leaders and senior managers of institutions from all over Ibero-America meet at the IV Blended Congress organized by CEAPI.
The meeting aims to exchange experiences at the highest business level and discuss the main issues that will mark the roadmap of a new era in the region.
The panelists in the different thematic tables come from 14 countries and from very diverse sectors (energy, mining, tourism, food, health, infrastructure, banking, technology, etc.) with which they will contribute visions that, together, will show the reality and the challenges of Ibero-America. There are business and institutional leaders from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, the United States, Spain, France, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Among the speakers from the American continent who will contribute their vision and experiences to this IV CEAPI Congress are, among others, the Argentines Alejandro Bulgheroni, President of Pan American Energy; José María del Corral, President of Scholas Ocurrentes and Leandro Sigman, Chairman of Insud Pharma; the Chilean Álvaro Saieh, President of Grupo Copesa; the Colombians Omar González, President of the Board of Directors of Coquecol; Juan Carlos Mora, President of Bancolombia and Bernardo Vargas, President of ISA; and the Americans Brian Smith, President of The Coca-Cola Company and Cynthia Hudson, Vice President and General Director of CNN Español.
Other Latin American businessmen who will attend the IV CEAPI Congress are the Mexicans Valentín Díez Morodo, President of the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade (COMCE) and Daniel Servitje, President of the Council and CEO of Grupo Bimbo; the Panamanian Stanley Motta, president of Motta Internacional; the Peruvians Roque Benavides, President of Compañía de Minas Buenaventura, and Eduardo Hochschild, Executive President of Hochschild Minig and the Venezuelan Mireya Cisneros, Founder of Unidos en Red.
From Europe, the Portuguese Antonio Amorim, President of Grupo Amorim, and the French Joseph Oughourlian, Founder of Amber Capital will attend. The Spanish representation also covers very different sectors and areas, such as those represented by Ana Botella, President of Fundación Integra; Carlos Buesa, CEO of Oryzon; Juan Luis Cebrián, Honorary President of El País; César Cernuda, President of NetApp; Manuel Contreras, President of Grupo Azvi; Beatriz Corredor, President of Red Eléctrica de España; Antonio Fernández-Galiano, President of the Editorial Unit; Sabina Fluxà, Vice President and CEO of Iberostar Hotels & Resorts and Begoña Gómez, Director of the Chair of Competitive Social Transformation (TSC) at the Complutense University. The Chair of TSC is one of the entities that supports the IV CEAPI Congress,
On the Spanish side, their experience will also contribute, among others, Enrique Goñi, attached to the Chairman of Criteria Caixa; Antonio Huertas; President of Mapfre; Sergio Rodríguez, President of Pfizer Spain; Javier Sánchez-Prieto, President of Iberia, Juan Manuel Serrano, President of Correos, Javier Targhetta, President of Atlantic Cooper, and Javier Tebas, President of LaLiga.