Surrey Board of Trade Heads to Mexico for Global Trade Trip – April 24-April 30

The Surrey Board of Trade (Surrey International Trade Centre) will be attending and speaking at the Mexico Business Forum in Mexico City.

“I look forward to showcasing and speaking about Surrey in Mexico, with CMX Partnerships,” said Anita Huberman, President & CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “We are looking for co-location opportunities and to bring awareness to the unique industries and partnerships that can be created.”

The Mexico Business Forum is a one-of-a-kind technology and innovation conference that is bringing together 800+ business and political leaders around five topics with great synergies that play a central role in shaping Mexico’s economic future. This high-level event offers the unmatched opportunity to get inside perspectives on key industry trends, access actionable business intelligence, generate pre-qualified leads and identify new opportunities in a unique high-level cross-industry environment.

In addition, meetings have been lined up with Mexican government officials in both Mexico City and Nayarit.

Global trips are essential to explore potential international business opportunities and help create networks of buyers, agents, suppliers and key government contacts. They provide a low‑risk, low‑cost market‑entry vehicle for businesses and government officials to explore a range of opportunities.

“This will help in our goal to make Surrey a technology destination.”

Another Surrey Board of Trade global trip is also planned to Ireland in May.