Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Mexico City as a leading authority on technology, demographics and global business trends. After studying dozens of countries around the world, Mexico (and Latin America) is uniquely well positioned for economic growth in the coming decades. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the World Trade Center México on Montecito Nápoles in Ciudad de México (Distrito Federal), the Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City on Cuspide in Parques del Pedregal, the Expo Reforma on Calle Morelos in Cuauhtémoc (Juárez) or some other convention space in Mexico City, Mexico, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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Mexico City has many conference facilities, including:
- JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City on Andres Bello
- Expo Bancomer Santa Fe on Avenida Santa Fe
- JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe on Avenida Santa Fe
- ITAM on Calle Rio 1
- Courtyard Mexico City Airport on Sinaloa, Venustiano Carranza
- Other meeting spaces in Atizapan de Zaragoza, Texcoco and Cuernavaca
General Information about Mexico City, Mexico, for Meeting Planners
The capital of Mexico, Mexico City is a global city that rests in the Valley of Mexico in the Sierra Nevada in the central-southern part of Mexico. It is one of the major economic and financial centers in Latin America housing international companies such as PAREXEL International, Bain & Company and NISSAN. As of 2009, the population in Mexico City was 8.84 million making it the largest metropolitan area in the western hemisphere. Some of the popular events and conference venues in the city include the Mexico City Convention Center & Meeting Space, the Internacional Conference Center (ICC), and Speakers México. In 2010, Mexico City hosted two simultaneous major events: the Third Congress of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), and the World Mayors Council on Climate Change (WMCCC) attended by over 3,000 global city officials.
2014 Business Conventions in Mexico City, Mexico
Numerous business conferences are being hosted in Mexico City in 2014. Marcus Evans will host Infrastructure and Project Planning, in April at a venue yet to be announced. Financial Times Business of Luxury Summit, hosted by Financial Times will be held in May at St. Regis Hotel Mexico City Paseo de la Reforma 439. In August CIO Mexico Summit, hosted by Custom Design Marketing & Media will be held at a venue yet to be announced. The Worlds Largest Peer Led Data Center Conference & Expo, hosted by Datacenter Dynamics Ltd will be held in November at Banamex Center Pavilion A, Mexico City.
2013 Business Conferences in Mexico City, Mexico
2013 will bring us hundreds of large conferences and conventions. Some of these include the 2nd edition of Mexico WindPower hosted by the Global Wind Energy Council which will take place in January at Centro Banamex in Mexico City. Also, the Actuarial Congress of the Science Faculty of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México will take place in its campus in January. In addition, the 2013 Latin American Cities Conference of the Americas Society / Council of the Americas will be held in April at the Four Seasons Hotel. Furthermore, the International Bar Association is hosting its 5th Annual Real Estate Investments Conference in May.
Mexico City Food Choices for Convention Attendees
While at a business conference in Mexico City, why not dine at a few local restaurants? With house specialty pork back in chile salsa verde, Fonda Margarita (Phone: 55-5559-6358) at Adolfo Prieto 1364 is a favorite hangout for comfort food every Saturday morning. Set in a Parisian-style manor, El Cardenal (Phone: 55-5521-8815) at Palma 23 is home to traditional Mexican dishes like oven-roasted veal, chiles rellenos, and escamoles. Enjoy authentic Mexican cuisines like Oaxaca-style enchiladas ad cecina de Yecapixtla at La Terraza del Zócalo (Phone: 055-5521-7934) at Plaza de la Constitución while overlooking the plaza from their balcony. Housed in an 18th-century hacienda, Antigua Hacienda de Tlalpan (Phone: 055-5655-7315) at Calz de Tlalpan 4610 has a menu to die for including pumpkin flower soup, lobster bisque, and roast pork loin in chili sauce.
Mexico City Attractions for Conference Delegates
After attending a hectic business conference in Mexico City, don’t forget to visit some of the popular tourist attractions in the area, including the National Museum of Anthropology, the National Palace, Chapultepec Park and Plaza Garibaldi. The National Museum of Anthropology is situated within the Chapultepec Park and is a museum containing prominent archaeological artifacts. The National Palace located in Mexico City’s main square, is the seat of the federal executive in Mexico. Chapultepec Park is where you should be if you want to get some fresh air, and Plaza Garibaldi is a famous tourist spot with many cafes, eateries and traveling musicians.