Competitiveness and inclusion is the formula to which the next Annual Conference of Executives (CADE) seeks to shed luster, which will put on display international exhibitors who will diagnose whether Panama is taking advantage of globalization.
CADE 2018, started in 1966, is version number 51 of a debate organized by the Panamanian Association of Business Executives (APEDE) that aims to influence the design of “public policies”, according to the president of the organization, Héctor Cotes .
The executive told Efe that the meeting will seek to answer the question of whether “in Panama, we are ready to take advantage of a global economy”, supported by the analysis of an elite of national and international exhibitors headed by the Costa Rican on April 25. Roberto Artavia, president of VIVA Trust and the Latin America Possible Foundation.
Artavia, president of the board of directors of the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE), will speak on “Sustainability Index”.