30 May 2012
7th Annual Latin America Business Forum 2012 The realities of doing business in or with Latin America comes under the spotlight as global business leaders, prominent political figures, leading faculty, entrepreneurs and students convene at London Business School’s seventh annual Latin America Business Forum on 1 June 2012.
High-profile business leaders, renowned for challenging traditional business practices in Latin America, will discuss how their firms are rising to regional and global prominence. Discussions will go beyond risks and growth, to focus on key success factors which translate into sustainable competitive advantage. Confirmed speakers for the day include:
Walter Bayly, CEO of Banco de Crédito del Peru
Woods Staton, President and CEO of Arcos Dorados
Damian Scokin, CEO of LAN Airlines International
Gabriela Hernandez, CEO of GE Mexico
Nick Luckock, Partner Actis
Guilherme Martins, Senior Economist Itaú BBA.
Since its inception in 2006, the Forum has rapidly grown to be one of the most noteworthy Latin American events in Europe. Last year’s event was a sell-out, attracting a record number of delegates, offering 350 people the opportunity to network around the discussion of “A Newfound Stability: the Latin America Approach”. Over the past six years, the Forum has attracted an outstanding line-up of speakers.
“As students at London Business School, we pride ourselves on our global reach,” said Andre Figueira from the Latin America Business Forum. “The forum is a perfect illustration of this, since the event attracts professionals who challenge the status-quo in their diverse fields throughout the region.”