2014 NASCO Conference
Another Successful Continental Reunion
MEXICO CITY – North American Strategy for Competitiveness, the leading continental organization best known as NASCO, hosted its three-day, 2014 Annual Conference September 23-25, 2014, in Mexico City. The conference, celebrating NASCO’s 20th anniversary, offered a rare opportunity to obtain great insights into logistics and supply chain developments and high level networking connections. The conference featured high level government representatives from Canada, the United States and Mexico, along with leading trade, transport and economic growth officials from across the continent on a vibrant series of industry panels representing the best of North America.
The event drew nearly 300 attendees from across Canada, the United States and Mexico to discover what’s driving North America to “collaborate to compete” in world trade. Many of these attendees were small-medium size Mexican businesses eager to learn how they can expand their business footprint in North America while making continental connections. In addition, more than 800 students and entrepreneurs from the State of Hidalgo and across Mexico were able to tune in “live” to the event via webcast.
During the conference, it was repeatedly highlighted that the world’s top manufacturing companies are pouring billions of dollars of capital investment into Mexico’s automotive, aerospace and energy sectors. At the same time, new visionary leadership is executing transformational reforms that promise to make Mexico, and North America, a premier global manufacturing and logistics platform.
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