The event will be held on Tuesday November 28 at the Canaco headquarters on Av. Itzaes in Col. Garcia Ginerés, with entrance fee of $100 pesos…
MERIDA — With the aim of providing spaces that allow new business options and increase the client portfolio of its members, the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CANACO SERVYTUR) of Merida will be held on November 28, the fourth edition of its Networking Breakfast.
The president of the CANACO Mérida, Juan José Abraham Daguer, said that the event will be held in the meeting room of this business organization, with space only for 50 enterprise representatives. “It is important to remark that the aim of this event isn’t only to do business, it is also to get new affiliates so maybe they will ask to affiliate to keep or begin working together,” he said.
The event will be held Tuesday November 28 from 8 am, and companies wishing to participate have to register the person who will represent them, pay the fee that is $100 pesos, and with this they will be guaranteeing their place at the Networking Breakfast.
The president of CANACO Mérida explained that this scheme of doing business became a space of business connection that is increasing the benefits of the partners, by creating value chains for local entrepreneurs.
Abraham Daguer assured that the Networking Breakfast is a point where the participating companies promote their products and services, create commercial ties between partners, which allows having new business options and getting new customers or suppliers.
From the first edition, the Networking Breakfast revolutionized the way of doing business in the CANACO Mérida, since it not only creates new commercial relationships, but also encourages internal consumption in a dynamic way, specifying business and strengthening the interrelation of the associates.
Juan José Abraham assured that Networking is an opportunity for the 50 participants, who can promote their services or products, while creating commercial ties, which are the beginning of new business relationships.
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