The Business Council Alliance for Ibero-America (Ceapi) announced on Monday that it will hold its V Congress in Punta Cana, between June 1 and 2.
This is the first time that the congress of Ceapi, an organization made up of some 190 businessmen from Ibero-American countries, will be held outside Spain.
Among other authorities, the Ibero-American secretary general, Andrés Allamand, the secretary general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Rebeca Grynspan, and the general business director of BID Invest, Gema Sacristán, will participate in the forum.
Former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar has also been invited, as well as former Ibero-American Secretary General Enrique Iglesias, who is also honorary president of Ceapi.
The meeting will also bring together presidents of large companies from Latin American countries, such as OHLA (Mexico), Banco Itau (Brazil), Hochschild (Peru), Grupo Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), Gilinski (Colombia), Puerto Rico Supplies Group (Puerto Rico), and the Spanish companies CAF, Grupo Eulen, Hispasat and Grupo Piñero.
Among the major topics for discussion at the business forum are infrastructure, supply chains, the demographic challenge, innovation, digital transformation, the energy crisis, tourism and cryptocurrencies.