Hosted by:
IPADE Business School, Universidad Panamericana

Latin America presents an ideal location for our specialized conference looking beyond research in a vast, diverse region representing more than 30 countries, five official languages and communities in all stages of development.

The purpose of the conference is twofold: 1) to foster the development of research from Latin American scholars and institutions and 2) to attract global authorship to focus on relevant issues in the Latin America context. The participation of scholars and practitioners and the availability of academic activities that will take place in English, Spanish and Portuguese, provide an immersive experience that will foster the development of lasting research networks.

Participating scholars will discuss the various business ecosystems from large, small and family-owned organizations, community development that aim to achieve long-term impact and sustainability, and cross-cultural management within a regional and global context.

Conference attendees will have the opportunity to meet with colleagues that share interests in learning and wish to build a stronger roadmap for more and better research in LATAM. Attendees will also experience Mexico City, the biggest metropolis in the region and a cultural, gastronomic and artistic mosaic. IPADE Business School, one of the leading business school in the region, will host the event in a colonial building inserted in the middle of the city.

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About Mexico City

Mexico City is the capital and largest city of Mexico. It is also one of the most populous cities in the world. Founded by the Aztec people, today about 8.5 million people live in the city, and about 18 million live in the Greater Mexico City area. The historic center of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with ancient archeological ruins, numerous colonial-era churches, a cathedral, and the former palace of the Viceroy of New Spain, now the National Palace. The city has museums of many types, housing cultural treasures of Mexico's history from ancient times to the modern era.