APEDE says beating corruption is the key to being competitive

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CADE has remained as the showcase of knowledge par excellence and within the framework of the 60 years of APEDE

The Annual Conference of Executives CADE 2018 develops its version # 51 with the theme: Competitive Panama for a global economy Are we ready ?, Bets on the competitiveness of the country, will be three days in which more than 40 exhibitors, including national and international, they will illustrate the participants in 4 thematic pillars that include: Impact of new technologies in the transformation of the financial and logistics sectors; sustainable growth through the value chain; revolution of human capital How to enhance our capabilities beyond technology? institutionality and State policy that facilitate business development and management.

CADE has remained as the showcase of knowledge par excellence and within the framework of the 60 years of APEDE, we are pleased to continue this legacy, which has contributed so much to the country and whose result reverts in the development of talents, new trends , mainly those in which technology plays an important role and paves the way towards a globalized economy, which allows us to be competitive, inclusive and achieve the sustainable development we so desire.

For the president of APEDE, Héctor Cotes, human capital undergoes an unprecedented transformation, stimulated by new forms of work and that by the year 2025 is emerging towards a perspective of independent work and specific projects, leveraged in knowledge and the technology.

Also, the executive stressed that education has occupied the agenda of the organization because they believe that it is the only tool capable of transforming lives and that it builds professional excellence, mainly because it is the gap that today keeps the inclusion of competitiveness separate.

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