ABOUT THE MIT LATIN AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Now in its 17th year, the MIT Latin American Conference is the oldest Latin American Conference among U.S. business schools. Entirely led by MIT Sloan students, the conference aims to promote greater involvement of the international community in the development of Latin America, to increase the awareness of investment opportunities in the region, and to inspire future leaders to become ethical, innovative change makers in Latin America.
Each year, over 300 people, among them students, business leaders, politicians, and academics come from different parts of the world to attend the conference that discusses issues such as entrepreneurship, finance, sustainability, politics, and private equity.
Recent conferences have explored the region’s notable growth with distinguished speakers such as Alvaro Uribe, Carlos Brito, Roberto Setúbal, and Nicholas Negroponte. In this year’s conference, we hope to offer a forum for discussion of Latin America’s influential leadership in business and policy beyond the borders of the continent.
The conference is presented by the MIT Sloan Latin Business Club and the Brazilian Club at Sloan.
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