- The mission of the Summit is to connect and facility a new development for the Small businesses that make up 76% of the economy.
- The goal is to assist through connections and funding to stay afloat, many small businesses have had to find new, alternate ways to reach consumers across the globe, including shifting from brick-and-mortar retail to increased online engagement.
Miami, Florida January 22, 2022. The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce Minority announces its XXIV Edition of the World Summit Small Medium Size Enterprise (PYMES) 2022 to be held next February 7-9, 2022 at the wonderful Bogota Plaza Hotel in the capital of Colombia. For more information you can visit: https://www.worldpymes.org/
The event has a portfolio of high-level corporate speakers, business, governments and multilateral institutions, will highlight both the real benefits of what they represent SMEs in the world in terms of job creations, an impressive engine in any economy, any country. The Summit considered the most important global meeting of world business SMEs, has become with the passing of the years an extraordinary event which confirms its power and leading role of small and medium enterprises and their crucial role in global economy with governments and international organizations.
The Summit will convene a wide range of stakeholders from the trade and development community, entrepreneurs, business leaders, government officials, and inspirational speakers from all walks of life to share experiences, showcase initiatives, encourage networking and brainstorm rebuilding a more equitable and sustainable future.
About the World Summit on SMEs: the global benchmark event for the development of business in the community of small and medium enterprises. It provides a unique forum for reflection, debate, consultation and training on key trends and current and future challenges. The Summit will demonstrate that the SME business is a response to the great economic challenges of our time, aims to promote and encourage the development of small business in all countries, this year the innovation and high technology will be the dominant vectors.
About USMCS: is an independent not for profit economic development organization that has been providing leadership from the minority businesses (Latino, African Americans, Women and Asian Americans ) with headquarters in Washington DC, and operative centers in Los Angeles, Miami, Colombia, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic and Ecuador. Since 2000 providing conferences, connections and facility businesses with Latin America and the Caribbean in the delivery of trade and investment trough public-private partnership.
The Chamber through the U.S. Entrepreneurship spirit in commerce is leading a global coalition in promote call centers for those American companies with interest to gain access in the region to expand business opportunities. The Chamber is the perfect partner, a one-stop platform for global companies aspiring to set up shop outside their home base. The Chamber’s HUBs in the region will provide supply chain solutions by cutting through the complexities that businesses face during international expansion.
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