Media Accreditation Opens for the World Economic Forum on Latin America 2014
Lucy Jay-Kennedy, Senior Media Manager, Tel.: +1 917 209 9483;
New York, USA, 06 February 2014 – Media accreditation for the World Economic Forum on Latin America, which will take place in Panama City, Panama, on 1-3 April 2014, is now open. The World Economic Forum on Latin America will focus on the region’s efforts in maintaining its positive economic growth while boosting the diversification of its economies and enhancing trade and investment in human capital.
The meeting, held under the theme Opening Pathways for Shared Progress, will convene more than 500 top regional and global leaders. If you would like to cover this event, please register online at www.weforummedia.org.
The registration deadline is Tuesday 4 March 2014. As the number of accreditations issued will be strictly limited, we are unable to accommodate late registrations. No accreditation will be granted on site.
For more information about the meeting, please visit the Forum’s website at http://wef.ch/latam2014.
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