Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, together with the Arizona-Mexico Commission and the Arizona Commerce Authority, will host a comprehensive forum focused on “Doing Business in Mexico.”
The forum will be on Oct. 6 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., and it will be held at The Camby at 24th Street and Camelback Road in Phoenix. The event is free.
It is designed for those already doing business in Mexico as well as for anyone who would like to explore options to do so. To register, email or call Mistie Hague Weishaar at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 602.445.8000.
Forum Speakers/Agenda Overview:
- The forum will include a panel discussion covering ongoing trade, economic and foreign business investment opportunities in real estate/hospitality, technology and infrastructure.
Panel participants will include the following Greenberg Traurig attorneys from the firm’s Phoenix and Mexico City offices:
- Nicole Goodwin, Phoenix Administrative Shareholder; Chair, Phoenix Litigation Practice
- Michael L. Aguirre, Shareholder, Corporate & Securities, Phoenix
- Fernando Orrantia Dworak, Shareholder, Real Estate, Mexico City
- Hugo López Coll, Shareholder, Corporate & Securities, Mexico City
- Arturo Pérez-Estrada, Shareholder, Corporate & Securities, Mexico City
- Arizona-Mexico Commission Executive Director Marcos Garay, will provide an overview of ongoing economic development efforts between Arizona and Mexico, as well as financial and business cultural observations.
- Arizona Commerce Authority Vice President for International Trade Kevin O’Shea will discuss exporting and compliance strategies.
- Alliance Bank of Arizona’s Lirian Urreizietawill share cross-border lending and export financing issues.