Mexico’s National Chamber of the Electronic, Telecommunications, and Information Technology Industry (CANIETI), will be hosting its 38th annual convention this month.
CANIETI’s annual convention has been a cornerstone event for the chamber since 1980. The event has been a platform for tackling issues at the forefront of the technological industry, such as competitiveness, productivity, innovation, security, foreign trade and customs, integration of supply and sustainability, and generating jobs with higher incomes and higher added value, among others.
This year’s event aims to bring together key players that help create the necessary conditions that favor the growth and enrichment of proposals through the exchange, knowledge and vision of the sectors that proudly represents CANIETI, The event is also an opportunity to show that structural reforms are generating positive changes in Mexico’s economic and social environment by providing good results, particularly in the attraction of a significant amount of foreign direct investment.
Some of the key topics will be New Public Policy and Challenges for High-Tech Industry, Creating the Digital Ecosystem of the future for Mexico, Mexico’s national cybersecurity initiatives, the deployment of infrastructure to reduce the digital divide, skills needed for the new Digital Ecosystem, and a special keynote address on the renegotiation of NAFTA from Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Secretary of Economy.
The 38th edition of the CANIETI Annual Convention will be held on September 13 and 14, 2017, at the Presidente Intercontinental Hotel in Polanco, Mexico City. For more information, and to register, click here.