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USMCOC Inter-American Chapter celebrates with Volaris Airlines the launch of the new route Mexico City-Fort Lauderdale

Volaris IMG_0748 December 1, 2014. Miami, FL – The U.S. –Mexico Chamber of Commerce Inter-American Chapter was on hand with local Broward and Mexican Consulate dignitaries to celebrate the inaugural flight of the Mexican airline Volaris from Mexico City to Ft. Lauderdale. The airline will run three non-stop flights a week from Mexico City and two from Guadalajara into the Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. Mr. Holger Blankenstein, Chief Commercial Officer for Volaris and Chip LaMarca, Broward County Commissioner cut the ribbon and provided a few comments on the new service. Mexican Consul General, Jose Antonio Zabalgoitia spoke about the opportunities that this new service will open to South Floridians and Mexicans living in Florida to visit two of the largest cities in Mexico. Those attending the event and travelers enjoyed

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THE USMCOC PRESENTS THE BUEN VECINO AWARD TO MONTE ALEJANDRO RUBIDO GARCIA

THE USMCOC PRESENTS THE BUEN VECINO AWARD TO EDUARDO RAMOS-GOMEZ, PRESIDENT OF THE USMCOC-NORTHEAST CHAPTER

 

THE USMCOC PRESENTS THE BUEN VECINO AWARD TO MONTE ALEJANDRO RUBIDO GARCIA, MEXICO’S COMMISSIONER OF NATIONAL SECURITY, JERRY PATTERSON, COMMISSIONER OF THE TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE, AND EDUARDO RAMOS-GOMEZ, PRESIDENT OF THE USMCOC-NORTHEAST CHAPTER

Mexico City, October 29, 2014 – The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce presented the Buen Vecino Award to Monte Alejandro Rubido Garcia, Mexico’s Commissioner of National Security, Jerry Patterson, Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office, and Eduardo Ramos-Gómez, Duane Morris Partner, and President of the USMCOC Northeast Chapter, during the Buen Vecino Awards Gala held October 29, at the St. Regis Hotel in Mexico City.

Security is a key factor for the development of businesses, and the USMCOC Board of Directors acknowledged the outstanding career and commitment of Mr. Rubido as the head of the Mexico’s Commission for National Security.

Mr. Jerry Patterson, throughout his tenure as Texas Land Commissioner, has made important contributions to the U.S. and Mexico relationship, fostering mutual understanding and collaboration, and in particular for his strong support of the Border Energy Forum, which this month celebrated 21 years of existence, and has become an essential forum for the public and private sectors to the energy industry along the border area.

From the private sector, the USMCOC presented the award to Ramos-Gómez, Managing Partner of Duane Morris’ offices in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore. He formerly served as Mexico’s ambassador to Singapore, Negara Brunei Darussalam and the Union of Myanmar, and has been a strong supporter of the USMCOC for over a decade.

The U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce is the leading binational business organization working to build and strengthen trade and investment relationships between the two countries. With strong local membership and international contacts, USMCOC chapters and offices help businesses bridge differences in legal, regulatory and economic systems, as well as language and culture. Each year, the organization bestows its Good Neighbor Awards, given in Washington, D.C., and Buen Vecino Awards to ministers, ambassadors, governors, members of Congress, former presidents, corporate CEOs, leaders of organizations and others who have made a noteworthy difference in U.S.-Mexico relations.

 

Automotive Logistics Mexico

Event Date: January 27-29, 2015 If ever there was a country in the automotive production spotlight, it is Mexico today. With a wave of new investment announced by OEMs from Germany through the USA to Japan and South Korea, the country is set to see its vehicle output ramp up significantly in the coming years. Which is both the challenge and the opportunity for logistics. And is why Automotive Logistics and the AIAG, the US Automotive Industry Action Group, have teamed to launch the first Automotive Logistics Mexico conference in January 2015. Bringing together supply chain professionals from government, OEMs, tier suppliers and service providers from within Mexico, across North America and globally, this unique gathering will help make the vital personal connections, and the essential physical supply chain connections, to ensure that plants in Mexico can deliver on their investment. Automotive Logistics Mexico is carefully structured to provide significant value for delegates. It will begin with acocktail reception on the evening prior to the first day, contain presentation sessions, Q&A panels and panel discussions, and include a gala dinner on the middle evening. There will be proper time for networking at the coffee and lunch breaks. Content will cover all the essential aspects of the inbound and outbound supply chains, including of course the vital channels to the US. There will be English-Spanish simultaneous translation throughout. All these benefits are contained within a single delegate fee. The two-day event is the latest in the Automotive Logistics series, which includes successful conferences in China, Europe, India, Russia, South America and the USA. Like them, Automotive Logistics Mexico will be Live, which means attendees will be able to access the conference online to message each other before, during and after the event, to ask questions or make a comment, and to take part in audience polls. Automotive Logistics Mexico Live will see global video streaming (in English) of its principal sessions, with recordings available to view after the event. Soft copies of the speaker presentations are also provided afterwards. The opportunity is clear. The conference will be the place where automotive supply chain professionals will meet to deliver on the Mexican wave of investment. Book your place and join your peers, customers, suppliers and competitors who will be there too. The USMCOC is proud co-host of this extraordinary event. Marquis Reforma Hotel Paseo de la Reforma 465, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico. For more

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Latin America Economic, Business & Trade Forecast

Event Date: January 21, 2015

Join the members of the Greater Philadelphia international business community for a discussion on the challenges, business opportunities and economic environment in Latin America.

Panelists Confirmed:
Mauricio Banchieri – Trade Commissioner, ProChile Trade & Investment
Esteban Rodriguez Pizarro – Trade Commisioner, ProMexico Trade & Investment
Maykool Lopez – Trade Commissioner & Director, Export Promotion Agency of Costa Rica (ProComer – NY)
Gennadiy Goldberg – Vice President, US Strategist of Rates, FX and Commodities Research, TD Securities
Stephen J. Galati, Esq. – Mattioni, Ltd. Counselors at Law
Jose Leiman – Partner, Latin American Tax Group (LATAX), PricewaterhouseCoopers
Enrique Perret Erhard – Executive Director of North America, ProMexico Trade & Investment

Moderators:
Kirsten Hamrahi – Managing Director, AFINA Holdings, LLC
Albert Costilo – CEO, GlobalBusinessFluency

The breakfast program will address the global role of Latin America from three perspectives: the political and macroeconomic situation for multinationals in Latin America; the current and future financial landscape in the region; and new venture opportunities and emerging areas for businesses in Latin America.

Attendees will have the opportunity to gain first hand insight from representatives of Mexico, Chile, Costa Rica, and Brazil on the issues that the region faces, as well as knowledge of the economic trends that will shape the region’s future in the coming years.

The USMCOC-Northeast Chapter, is proud co-host of this event.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Registration
8:00 AM – 10:30 AM Program

Hyatt at the Bellevue
200 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Fees
USMCOCNE Members:   $40.00
CACC Member (After January 1, 2015):    $40.00
CACC Non-Member:  $55.00

For more information, please go to:
http://www.greaterphilachamber.com/event/3936/latin-america-2015

THIRD ANNUAL TRADE MISSION TO CHINA AND SINGAPORE. September 2-14, 2014

third annual Trade Mission to China and Singapore

The USMCOC is proud to announce its third annual Trade Mission to China and Singapore. We cordially invite you to join us in September with the objective of providing a platform for participating companies to explore the various opportunities that part of the world has to offer including as well as learning how to conduct business within the region. ACCESS A 2 BILLION PERSON MARKET BENEFITS FOR PARTICIPATING COMPANIES: Organized and coordinated itinerary and agenda Includes Flights, hotels and mission related transportation Access pass to the “8th Annual Latin American Business Summit” organized by the Chinese government Opportunity to consult experts Personalized one-on-one meetings with Chinese and Singaporean companies Access to government officials, investors and buyers Access pass to “Mexico’s Business Opportunities and How can China Benefit and Participate in Beijingi, Hong Kong, Singapore and Changsha.” SUCCESS STORIES OF OUR PREVIOUS MISSIONS: • Expansion of Mexican Beer distribution to China Sourcing 10 million dollars in passenger buses Our former delegates say: “Definitely and eye opener to those that have not had the opportunity to visit Asia, both culturally as well as for business purposes ” “Allows you to create a network with U.S. and Mexican nationals living and working in China that can support those interested in doing business with or in China” Opportunity to get personalized agendas with Chinese companies, exposure to the two Systems of China in the Mainland and in the special administrative region of Hong Kong. You will also visit one of the most important international trade Fairs, China – LAC Business Summit in Changsha. A follow-up on the two last two years successful trips, an enhanced 12 day intensive business and cultural experience. • Planned activities in Singapore, Beijing, Changsha and Hong Kong • High level contacts, introductions and orientation • Extensive itinerary – business, cultural and leisure • Exploring feasible business opportunities among between the U.S. Mexico, Singapore and China (trading, investment, manufacturing, etc.) • Unique opportunity to participate in the prestigious China – LAC Business Summit in beautiful Changsha • Meetings and conferences with principal the main Chinese banks, chambers of commerce, industrialists, business executives, investors etc. ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED: U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce PROMEXICO ASIA Consulate of Mexico in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing MEXCHAM COMCE No registrations accepted after August 22, 2014 To register to the event from Los Angeles please contact: MARLEN MARROQUIN marlen@usmcocca.org Tel (310) 922-0206 To register to the event from New York please contact: Alejandro Ramos alejandro@usmcocne.org Tel (212)

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