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Merida to host ‘Business Leaders’ Trade Summit’ in November

by Yucatan Times
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Merida will host the first ‘Business Summit of Commerce and Tourism Services’, an event organized by Concanaco which is expected to be attended by leaders of the country’s tertiary sector and which will include a forum to which political coordinators Xochitl Galvez and Claudia Sheinbaum have been invited.

This event will be held at the International Congress Center (CIC) from November 22 to 24, according to Levy Abraham Macari, president of the Cánacome. He said that representatives of the country’s commercial sector are invited to this event and 250 chamber leaders are expected to attend, with a total of around 1,000 participants.

A video of the Yucatan Secretary of Tourism has been circulating since today, inviting national participants to the event which will include forums as well as conferences and a series of presentations to which the political coordinators are invited.

The central theme of this ‘summit’ in addition to the political catwalk, will be digital commerce, for which the presence of executives from brands and companies in the communications sector is expected, to talk about the development, growth and impulse that the e-commerce sector has taken.

Abraham Macari commented that the event was formally presented in recent days in the city of Querétaro, where the business organization met to commemorate 90 years of integration of the institution. He added that Héctor Tejada Shaar, president of Concanaco, will be present in Mérida to report on projects being developed by this business organization.

He said that business economic growth is an economic engine and that commercial development is now directly linked to online sales and explained that, “it is important to have other sales options such as online, now we cannot do without this option which was of great help at times when the pandemic meant that physical stores had to close their doors,” he said.

He said that, in this area, cyber commerce is still incipient in the country, while in other regions and countries are much more advanced creating and developing direct sales mechanisms through digitization, so it is a priority for the merchant to know and have more information about the efficiency of these tools and electronic processes.

“Great efforts have been made to digitize not only sales but processes, and there are many more credit card collections and more options to pay in many places; it seems to me that physical commerce will never disappear being that, digital commerce will be a complement,” he stated.

In the interview, the president of Canacome included the issue of the reduction of working hours that is being discussed in the federal legislature and added that the reduction of eight hours a week would affect 4.8 million companies in the country, and it would be unsustainable to pay salaries with this reduction.

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