Entrepreneurial congress for businesspeople of tomorrow

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The youth of today is the engine that will move the world’s economy tomorrow. The 4th International Conference for Young Entrepreneurs will take place on Tuesday, September 26 at the Latina University from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and the entrance is free.

Eye on Colón and its opportunities

The main subjects to be discussed are: How to do business with the Colon Free Zone; Exploring Logistical Points, Creativity in Leadership, Tourism Development and the Regional Integration of Central America and a motivational conference. The high caliber speakers like former Jamaican Prime Minister, Andrew Holness; the Manzanillo International Terminal community affairs director and Nilda Quijano .

The event organizer is Mélida Harris Barrow of the Panama World Trade & Investment Foundation. She seeks to educate the nation by increasing the knowledge that young people possess about commerce and the world economy, providing a level playing field in the international corporate market.

Mrs. Harris Barrow told The Visitor that young entrepreneurs around the world face the same challenges as their Panamanian counterparts, making this congress a great forum for them to meet. “We have invited 10 young Jamaican entrepreneurs to the congress as well,” she added.

Contact melidaharris@yahoo.com or call 832-0191.


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One Comment;

  1. Sharon Parris-CHambers said:

    I will be speaking at the event which is a privilege to empower the youth to greatness.

    We have created a Caribbean distribution channel called LetsDoItInTheCaribbean.com that will create successful entrepreneurs in Central American and the Caribbean. This will be launched after the conference. We look forward to meeting the enterprising youth of Panama & the Caribbean.

    S. Parris-Chambers

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