Bit-Leaders Summit will promote women's leadership
Bit-Leaders, where the future is present, will be the name of the third edition of the 2023 Business Summit, held by the Mexican Association of Women Business Leaders (AMMJE), with the aim of promoting women's leadership.
The event, which will take place from October 31 to November 3 in Monterrey Nuevo León, will bring together national and international experts to discuss how technology can open new business opportunities.
“It is inconceivable to think of a business idea that is not rooted in new technologies or the use of the Internet. These innovations not only transform our communications, but also influence corporate strategies, investments, expansions, diversification, marketing, human resources and even customer service. New technologies not only improve productivity, efficiency and speed, but also connect companies instantly with their customers, whether individual consumers or commercial entities, they are not limited to being simple accessories for companies, but They open new opportunities that redirect their strategies and business models towards the digital world, said Sonia Garza González, national president of AMMJE.
He added that the name of the summit reflects the AMMJE's commitment to viewing technology as an enabler that enhances human capabilities rather than replacing them.
“Today, the digital economy is equivalent to 15.5% of global GDP, and in the last 15 years they have registered growth two and a half times higher than global GDP. Let's see digital technology at the forefront of development and economic growth, in addition to connecting citizens, governments, banking, educational health services and everything we can imagine. Let's join forces so that more people are encouraged to undertake entrepreneurship, especially women, which is a productive sector that works every day for the benefit of their families and their community."
Secretaries of the economy will attend the event and Claudia Sheinbaum and Xochilt Gálvez have been invited.
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