WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Minority Chamber of Commerce will host the fourteenth edition of the Global Summit of Micro and Small Businesses 2015 under the slogan "The power of creativity and technology for innovation and entrepreneurship".
More than 500 micro and small entrepreneurs in 4 continents, 25 countries and global organizations, will attend the Global Summit of Micro and Small Businesses 2015, which will take place on 9, 10, 11 and 12 of December, 2015, at the wonderful paradisiac resort, Be Live Marien in the city of Puerto Plata in Dominican Republic. The fourteenth edition of the summit will bring together micro and small entrepreneurs, top executives in order to generate business opportunities, sharing knowledge and promoting debate about innovation and entrepreneurship.
Doug Mayorga, president and founder of the Minority Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the executive committee of the Global Summit said: "We are enduring the worst economic downturn since [the] 1930s. It is essential that we do not allow this to hold back the potential opportunity and momentum, investment and innovation that we need to combat poverty and lack of opportunities to the Micro-Small Businesses around the world".
This year the program will be divided into four training blocks to the successful development of the Summit. The first, called "Building Smart Business Community for micro-small business", this will be one of the area's most prominent which will provide teaching and business experience as digital cities can impact economic development, connect more efficiently with each other helping the growth of micro and small businesses to be more connectivity. In another highlight approach, the role of women, creating entrepreneurs ladies only session with the theme 'Women Entrepreneurs Day', a forum which aims to bring together women from around the world to exchange ideas and success stories, as part of our overall sessions and mutual cooperation. The aim of this part of the activity is to promote entrepreneurship among women.
The third approach will be developed under the slogan 'Inspiring the Future' and participants will learn in depth the latest trends in entrepreneurship and business creation, as well as attending workshops on trade openings or regional connectivity, among others. Finally, in the last block, attendees will have the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial thinking and be inspired to improve their projects through new innovative ideas with a series of seminars on high technology, finance, international trade, energy, water exploitation, security, emergency preparedness, and bilateral business of buying and selling.
Among the activities of the World Leaders Summit, are recognized to the 16 most powerful personalities of Dominican Republic in the business field, government and humanitarian in the gala that will be held at the end of the global activity.
About the Summit: The first time the summit takes place in Dominican Republic. The goal of the summit will be to inspire and equip PYMES to take actions that expand support for transatlantic market at all levels. Central summit themes will include new technology that establishes a better operative platform for their business and learn a new culture of trade and international leadership development.
About Minority Chamber of Commerce: It was established in Miami on September 1, 2000. A worldwide organization committed to networking among and empowering micro-small and medium size businesses, their goal is highlighting key issues, stimulating discussion, defining best practices, identifying new opportunities for our members, promoting private enterprise around the world and fostering high-level strategic partnerships. Their economic empowerment programs and projects around the world promote equal participation of micro-small-medium sizes and large corporations in decision-making roles at all levels. You can visit: www.minoritychamber.net
The event is by invitation and is recommended to generate a registration visiting the website: www.globalpymes.com or more information: (202)250-0260 (321)317-4864 or writing to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Minority Chamber of Commerce