CONEXPO hosting Latin America market update
Event features market expert John Price, supports regional charity
February 14, 2017 By CONEXPO-CON/AGG
February 14, 2017 – CONEXPO Latin America is hosting a regional market update by renowned Latin America expert John Price at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 during the show’s International Market Roundtables program.
The session will provide attendees with the latest insights for doing business in the region and will also give back to the area with support to Price’s designated charity Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (Our Little Brothers and Sisters).
CONEXPO-CON/AGG International Market Roundtables are one-hour complimentary region and country-specific information and networking sessions held in the show’s International Trade Center. The 2017 program features Latin America, Chile, India and Southern Africa and will focus on industry outlooks, policy changes, planned public investments, project outlook, and overall growth opportunities. Check out the program online.
Price is also featured in the CONEXPO Latin America online on demand virtual seminars.
“John Price has been a valued contributor to AEM’s educational programs, and CONEXPO Latin America is making a donation to John’s designated charity as a small way for our industry to give back to the community,” said Petra Kaiser, Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) director of international exhibitions.
CONEXPO Latin America will have a presence in 2017 in the region. Visit the CONEXPO Latin America Technology Experience Pavilion at Expo Edifica 2017 in Santiago, Chile from October 4 to 7, and watch for the next CONEXPO Latin America exhibition coming in 2019.
Price, managing director of Americas Market Intelligence, is a veteran of Latin America market consulting and a prominent thought leader in the region.
Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos is raising more than 3,400 orphaned, abandoned, and disadvantaged boys and girls in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. An additional 2,300 children who live outside the homes receive scholarships, meals and healthcare. NPH community outreach programs provided over 99,000 services in 2015.
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