SIGNING OF CARTAGENA DECLARATION
María del Valle Miguélez Santiago
Regional Minister for Enterprise, Employment, Universities and Spokesperson of the Region Of Murcia
President of the World Trade Point Federation and Vice-President of the Global Trade Services Alliance
Deputy Director-General of the World Trade Organization
President of UCLG Mercociudades, Mayor of Esteban Echeverría, Argentina.
Commerce diplomacy in times of pandemics, war and climate change.
José Manuel García-Margallo
Member of the European Parliament, Spanish former minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.
Executive Director of the Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce, New York (2005-2012)
A strategic vision for the collective development of trading rules that interpret the thinking of local governments and the needs of their production fabrics.
Joaquín Gómez Gómez
Director of Instituto de Fomento de la Región de Murcia (Region of Murcia Development Institute)
Juan Francisco Martínez García
Director General of Commerce Policies for the State Secretariat for Commerce at the Ministry of Industriy, Trade and Tourism. Spain
Max Gunther Cornejo
Director Comercio e Inversiones en Oficina Comercial de Perú en España.
Professor/ Consultant – International Political Economy, Universiity of Miami, World Bank.
Jonathan Ballesteros Salazar
Executive Director of the Cooperation and Investment Agency, Medellin. Colombia.
A Journalistic View of the International Business Context.
The importance of transforming complex issues into current news.
Iberglobal/Member of the Reflection Committee on Internationalisation of the Exporters’ Club.
Reyes Calderón Cuadrado
Consejera Delegada de COPE.
Íñigo de Barrón Arniches
Corresponsal Financiero de El País.
Reaching future commitments through a shared agenda on related issues.
Assess prospective partnerships with similar organisations that promote international commerce initiatives or contact those able to assist you in the definition and development of your international network.
Set up your agenda with 20′ interviews with other participants and seize the opportunity to develop your international strategic alliances.
Discover the business opportunities that international markets can offer your company. Maximise your participation in the Cartagena Forum by keeping in touch with international commerce specialists and experts that will help you analyse your marketing potential in nine different markets.
Set up your agenda with 30′ interviews with international consultants and launch or strengthen your export performance.
PANEL DISCUSSIONS / FOCUS GROUPS LIMITED TO INVITED EXPERTS
PANEL DISCUSSION 1
Open Parliaments, roadmap to legislative openness.
Coordinator of Technical Teams of the Mercociudades Network
Juan Fernando Flores Arroyo
Ecuadorian National Assembly Member – Legislation Observatory – President of the Commission for International Relations and Mobilit
To be defined
Legislator for Murcia
PANEL DISCUSSION 2
Cultural industries as generators of identity and opportunities in territories.
Pablo Álvarez de Eulate,
Gestor cultural en Acción Cultural Española AC/E
Lázaro Rodríguez Oliva
Member of the Panel of Experts of the International Fund for Cultural Diversity at UNESCO
PANEL DISCUSSION 3
Digital economy. Where are we heading?
Minister of Economy of the Province of Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina
Head of International Trade Unit ECLAC
Research Director – SME Observatory Foundation (FOP)
PANEL DISCUSSION 4
Environmental challenges and knowledge production in a state of constant debate. Exchange of experiences and good practices.
Director del Observatorio Iberoamericano de Comercio Exterior – OICEX
Professor University of Bologna
Coordinator of the Ibero-American Observatory of Science, Technology and Society of the Organisation of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture.