WOMEN'S FORUM MEXICO 2016

Co-creando junt@s / Co-creating together
27-28 APRIL 2016 Mexico City, Mexico
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Women's Forum Mexico 2016

Co-creando junt@s - Co-creating together

27 – 28 April 2016

 

Building on the theme of Co-creando junt@s / Co-creating together, the first edition of the Women’s Forum Mexico emphasizes actions and solutions to open new social and economic opportunities, and the need and importance of involving everyone in processes of change. 

The event, to be held on 27-28 April 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Polanco in Mexico City, will gather more than 500 women and men leaders from Mexico, the United States and Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and representing all major sectors of society.

In Oct. 2014 the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society welcomed at its annual Global Meeting in Deauville, France, a group of 50 Mexican women and men business leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, artists, not to mention jurists and policymakers. Together we have decided to stage our first Women’s Forum Mexico on 27-28 April 2016 in Mexico City.

We expect 500+ women and men leaders to attend from Mexico, the United States, Latin America and Europe. They will come together first to discuss, How to ensure that women are included with men in the opportunities being created by reforms in the Mexican economy, whether in energy, finance, telecoms, infrastructure, etc.?

Yet for local leaders, “co-creating together” will take more than talking inclusion. So the second overarching focus of our meeting is, What more is needed to improve women’s ability to help create new economic opportunities? How can we draw more women out of the informal sector, encourage more women to become researchers and successful business owners, and create more equitable career opportunities for those working in corporations and the public sector. We also focus on issues of violence and machismo as forces limiting and harming women and their families, and how to affect the culture holding back women’s progress. And we seek on all issues to bring men leaders to the table with their women counterparts – enabling champions for a better Mexico for all to stand up and be recognized together. Our approach throughout is pragmatic and solutions-oriented, including the vision necessary to create positive social change.

The Forum will be in English and Spanish.

 

 

The Program: Overview

 

Making sure that women benefit from new economic opportunities

Women’s Forum Mexico delegates will discuss how to ensure that women are included with men in the opportunities being created by reforms in the Mexican economy, whether in energy, finance, telecoms, etc.?

Increasing women’s reach and participation

Co-creando junt@s / Co-creating together will take more than talking inclusion. “What more is needed to improve women’s ability to take up and contribute to creating new economic opportunities?” is therefore the second overarching focus of the meeting.

Co-creando junt@s for a greater impact

This means addressing why and how to draw more women out of the informal sector, encourage more to become researchers and successful business owners, and create equitable career opportunities for those working in corporations and the public sector.

PwC Diversity & Inclusion Study: https://www.pwc.com/mx/es/acerca-nosotros/diversidad/publicaciones.html

 

#WFMX16 in the Media

 

Learn more about the Women’s Forum for the Economy & the Women’s Forum Mexico by listening to Mr.Alejandro Cardoso, CEO Publicis Group Mexico, on an interview for Bloomberg here. and a best of from the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society here.

 

 

 

El Economista – « Anuncian el Women's Forum México 2016 »

 

CNN Expansión – « El Women’s Forum Llegara A Mexico En 2016 »

 

El Empresario – « La discusión de género incluye a los hombres »

 

Expansión – « Lleva tu vida al trabajo » – Interview with Jacqueline Franjou

 

Quién – « Por la inclusión y la igualidad »

 

Pro México – « The Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society »

 

Milenio – Jacqueline Franjou: “La diferencia salarial se redujo entre los millennials"

 

Marie-Claire - " Women's Forum Mexico" - Interview with Altair Jarabo

 

Bizz - " Asi se Construye el Futuro "

 

Le Figaro - " Une délégation cubaine au Women's Forum "

 

Vanity Fair Mexico - " Ama y senora "

 

Quién - " Alondra de la Parra, una mujer de desafios "

 

Reforma - "American Express: 'Sugar Empresa' numero 1 de Mexico"

 

Reforma - " Impulsan productos con sello de mujer "

 

Reforma - " Llama Slim a eficientar recursos " 

 

Reforma - " Obtiene Eufrosina Cruz galardón por su labor "

 

Reforma - " Exhortan a emprender 'a lo grande' "

 

Reforma - " Dan alivio las cuotas de género "

 

Reforma - " Defiende a personal doméstico "

 

Club - " Poder femenino a la alza "

 

Reforma - " Placeres y negocios "

 

 

 

Logistics

 

PLAN YOUR PARTICIPATION

Collection of badges will start on Wednesday 27 April from 08:00.

The first session (Forum Welcome) will start at 09:30.

The last session of the Forum (Closing Gala Reception) will end on Thursday 28 April at 23:30.

 

WOMEN’S FORUM VENUE

Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Campos Eliseos No. 204 Polanco Chapultepec

Mexico City,  Mexico, 11560

Tel: +(52 55) 5083 1234

Click here for Map & Directions

 

HOW TO REACH MEXICO CITY

Aeromexico will grant to the participants of Women’s Forum Mexico 2016 a discount of 20% on any public rates available on domestic routes and a discount of 15% on any public rates available on international routes (except classes W-V-R-N-E-I) from or to Mexico City. Tickets may be issued with the following promo-code: IT20RGA3116N1 valid for traveling from 25 to 30 April 2016.

 

 

DRESS CODE

The dress code is business / business-casual for all events and cocktail for the Closing Gala Reception.

 

 

 

 

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