The Virtual Cleantech Mission to Mexico is led by the Toronto Board of Trade and will include a business-to-business matchmaking program; virtual workshops with subject matter experts, buyers and go-to-market partners; industry webinars on main trends and challenges and opportunities in Mexico; and translation services and company profiles in Spanish.
DIGITAL SALES ACTIVATION: VIRTUAL CLEANTECH TRADE MISSION TO MEXICO
January 25-29, 2021
Why we are going
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America with a GDP of $1.15 trillion in 2017. It is one of Canada´s key trading partners since the ratification of NAFTA in 1994 and the relationship has recently been strengthened by the CUSMA agreement in effect since July of this year.
The recent liberalization of the energy sector and environmental regulations are encouraging the entry of new players to address energy inefficiencies, water treatment and waste management solutions in the Mexican market.
Environmental technologies in Mexico are expected to experience a steady growth over the next years with forecasted investments of over 123.4 billion dollars to achieve energy generation objectives and clean technologies by 2030.
Who should join us
Introduction to the program, agenda overview and prerequisite materials (Total time: 1 hour)
Panel discussion and education about the main economic, political and technological trends from best-in-class subject matter experts in Mexico. This will provide insights and help Canadian companies refine and adapt their market entry and expansion strategies for digital sales. (Total time: 2 days, 6 hours)
Direct Engagement Opportunities
Professionally organized business-to-business meetings with large-scale buyers, distributors, and go-to-market partners. (Total time: 3 days, 9 hours)
For more information and if interested in participating, please register at MEXICO-VIRTUAL CLEANTECH 2020.
Deadline to register is December 22, 2020.