The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce Announces its 5th Edition of the World Municipality Conference- Puerto Rico 2018
USMCC’s World Conference of Municipalities 2019-Puerto Rico, to advance economic sustainable development inside innovation, trade agreements and investments through Public- Private partnership.
San Juan, Puerto Rico. January 31, 2019. The 5TH Edition of the World Conference of Municipalities 2019– announcing a delegation of 100 mayors from 25 countries that will address issues on a global level, there has been a growing trend of local governance trailblazing the way for commerce, international cooperation, public-private partnership, and social mitigation. The event to be held next April 25th-27th at the wonderful Hotel Resort Marriott San Juan, Puerto Rico that will open doors of success for mayors and public officials in the areas of resources, programs, funding by donors, investment and solidarity.
Hosted by the U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce (USMCC), Top officials’ welcome delegations from 25 countries and the United States the goal is to showcase a surge of economic commitments from regions, cities, businesses, investors and civil society. To call on governments everywhere to step up their efforts to tackle and reduce poverty through investment opportunities, create jobs and avoid illegal immigration.
According to Doug Mayorga, founder of the Minority Chamber, the purpose of the World Municipality Conference is to focus on international topics, including the development of global initiatives to solve important issues affecting municipalities in Latin America, the Caribbean and beyond.
“Delegates will attain a better understanding on how to harness opportunities, and to progress in challenges presented by of our new world order that may stand in the way of a sustainable and just future,” said Mayorga.
About the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce: Founded in the year 2000, is a global business and economic development organization, focused on new initiatives in technology, public-private partnership and international trade influenced by structural demand in disadvantage cities. Its headquartered in Washington, D.C. the scope of international services serving entrepreneurs and foreign governments with matchmaking on six continents. Minority Chamber of Commerce’s 25,000-plus members manage more than 10 million of global business travel and meetings expenditures annually. Designed to increase trade, international cooperation and investment across the world.
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