Session aimed at doing business in Mexico

Many Canadians look to Mexico for relief from snow and cold. But some have also found an inviting business climate in the southern country. Central Alberta: Access Prosperity is partnering with Solorzano Corp. to conduct a presentation on doing business in Mexico.

Many Canadians look to Mexico for relief from snow and cold.

But some have also found an inviting business climate in the southern country.

Central Alberta: Access Prosperity is partnering with Solorzano Corp. to conduct a presentation on doing business in Mexico.

Scheduled for Thursday, July 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Red Deer College, the event will provide information about the experiences of companies that have done business in the energy sector in Mexico, opportunities there and how to set yourself up for success.

The session will focus on the energy sector but is open to all attendees.

Those wishing to participate are asked to register by July 15 by emailing shanna.doupe@accessprosperity.ca or calling 403-356-4935.

Central Alberta: Access Prosperity is a regional economic development organization. Solorzano promotes investment in Latin America.

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