Over the past year, issues surrounding trade, border security, the environment, and infrastructure improvements have put a spotlight on our border region. Now, with a new Presidential administration in Mexico, it is important that we share our region’s story of successful collaboration and reaffirm our commitment to the U.S.-Mexico relationship. We can’t do it alone. We need all the voices that make up our diverse and dynamic cross-border business community to make a strong, lasting impact. That message is most effective when we have a large, diverse representation of business and community leaders joining with us.
This Chamber’s upcoming Binational Delegation to Mexico City will take place from March 31 to April 3, 2019. We are happy to announce our continued partnership with the Four Seasons hotel who offers our delegates a discounted rate.
As a delegate, you will have the opportunity to meet with key federal officials and diverse business industry leaders to discuss trade and investment opportunities while helping us cultivate political and business relationships. International policy priorities for this year’s delegation include: U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (NAFTA 2.0), border infrastructure, transboundary pollution, immigration/workforce integration, private & public sector partnerships, and foreign investment opportunities in Mexico.
Early bird registration pricing deadline is Friday, February 15th.
For event details and to register, please visit our website.