Mexico-Sweden high-level delegation and business forum: Innovating a sustainable future
Mexico and Sweden have mutual ambitions to collaborate and innovate to drive sustainable growth across key industry and business sectors.
Mexico's economic momentum: global player and manufacturing hub
With its vibrant economy and vast population, Mexico stands as a key player in the Latin American market and on the global stage. Its position as Latin America's second-largest market and the world's fifteenth-largest economy demonstrates its potential.
In recent years, Mexico has gained prominence as an attractive destination for companies seeking to optimise their manufacturing footprint. With its strategic geographical location and strong trade relations, particularly with the United States, Mexico offers a compelling opportunity for companies looking to enhance their position in North America.
For questions or more information, please contact Nicolas Urbina, Project Manager, Business Sweden: firstname.lastname@example.org
What to expect?
To strengthen collaboration and knowledge sharing between Sweden and the Mexico, Business Sweden invites you to participate in this business delegation to Mexico, which coincides with the State Visit.
Over three days, the delegation will carry out site visits, engage in business discussions, and meet with local stakeholders, including The Mexico-Sweden Business Forum, which aims to foster collaboration and knowledge exchange between businesses, government officials, and experts from Mexico and Sweden.
The fee includes
Participation in the programme, local transports, and meals (including Business Forum and VIP lunch*) and other arrangements within the programme.
*Each delegation company can invite an additional person to the VIP lunch, e.g., a key Mexican partner
The fee doesn't include
Airfares, accommodation, transfer to/from the airport/hotel, and other arrangements outside the programme.
The participation fee will be invoiced in February 2024
*SME: For SMEs kindly note that Business Sweden uses the EU definition of SMEs, where a firm that is part of a larger group may need to include staff headcount/turnover/balance sheet data from parent companies.
Tuesday March 12 - Thursday March 14, 2024Add to my calendar