LGBT Confex International Business Forum 2015 has grown to become the most important event for LGBT business in Latin America.
The Forum also features a comprehensive program that includes exhibition, business appointments, conferences, networking events, workshops, business meetings, and social activities.
In 2015, educational presentations and workshops will be included from many leading global LGBT thought-leaders focusing in the platforms of Tourism, Corporate, Film, Academic, Entrepreneurs, Technology, and Media.
Attendees will have the opportunity to attend in the following events taking place during the LGBT Confex Forum.
– International LGBT Business Expo 2015
– Diversity Workplace Meeting 2015 (Limited Capacity).
– International Congress on Sexual Diversity Studies 2015
The new academic platform under the “1st International Congress on Sexual Diversity Studies”, will feature the participation of researchers from different universities to present their research projects.
Register today. Registrations are open!
Phone: +52 (322) 222 4077
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