Colombia will be the country in charge of organizing the VI Ibero-American Forum of MSMEs that will take place next November and which is the prelude to the XV Ibero-American Business Meeting, which will be held within the framework of the XXIX Summit of Heads of State and Government in Ecuador at the end of 2024.
This was agreed at a meeting held in Madrid, on the occasion of the state visit of the President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, in which the Ibero-American Secretary General, Andrés Allamand; the Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism of Colombia, Germán Umaña; the permanent secretary of CEIB, Narciso Casado and the president of ProColombia, Carmen Caballero.
The Mipyme Forum is a space for public-private dialogue to promote economic recovery and make visible the priorities and challenges that lie ahead for the region. Among the main purposes of this meeting is the debate and reflection on the challenges faced by small and medium-sized companies.
“This sixth edition will undoubtedly be a good instance to think about a productive Ibero-America that interconnects its innovation ecosystems and promotes more and better small and medium-sized companies”, pointed out from the Council of Ibero-American Entrepreneurs (CEIB).
Likewise, the VI Ibero-American Forum of MSMEs will be an opportunity to share good business practices, improve the region’s productivity, provide assistance and training tools: improve access to financing or promote the internationalization process of this type of companies.
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