Largest Ever Delegation from Chile Offers Interview Opportunities
Related to Foods and Wines, Foreign Investment, Technology and International Trade

WHAT: The largest ever delegation of top Chilean officials arrive in Miami next week to promote Chile’s relationship with the United States. Chile Week USA will provide South Florida’s public and private sector leaders with information regarding opportunities to strengthen Chile-American ties in services and information technology, the food and wine industries, and the expanding animation and tech community. Since lifting the visa restriction for American tourists, Chile Week Miami will also serve as a launch pad for the nation’s fresh marketing campaign dubbed “Chile Open Nature” just in time for the winter travel season.

WHEN: Full schedule of events: https://www.direcon.gob.cl/en/minisitio/chileweek-eeuu/#

Monday, October 24

11:00AM Chilean fresh fruit exports seminar

University of Miami School of Business Administration

Jenkins Building; Room SB302
5250 University Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146

bus.miami.edu

7:00PM Hogar de Cristo Charity Wine and Art Auction

Artium Art Gallery

2248NW First Place
Miami, FL 33127
A public auction of fine Chilean wines and works from young artists including Roberto Matta, Mario Carreño, and José Balmes will benefit the programs operated by Hogar de Cristo Chile, with the goal of fighting poverty and exclusion among youth.

Tuesday, October 25

9:00 AM Trade & Investment Seminar
This exclusive business & economic seminar panel consists of prominent government officials from Chile and the United States, entrepreneurs, investors, and business leaders, who will highlight the wide range of investment opportunities available in Chile.

10:00AM Wines of Chile Master Class
Wines of Chile invites the trade and press to a wine class led by Sommelier Daniel Toral featuring sixteen outstanding terroir driven wines from dynamic new producers and category pioneers.

3:30PM Chile Tourism Reception & Showcase
Tourism professionals in Miami will meet with Chilean representatives to learn more about Chile as a unique travel destination for honeymooners, outdoor enthusiasts, foodies and more!

Wednesday, October 26

9:00AM Women in International Business Seminar
Guests will learn about the main tools that both the Chilean public and private sectors have created in order to integrate and support women in international trade and to the production development in both countries. The seminar will conclude with a discussion group of Chilean and American businesswomen.

WHO: Carlos Furche Guajardo – Minister of Agriculture; available for interview about the important relationship between American and Chilean farming, aqua-culture, and agri-food industries
Available for Interviews Tuesday, October 25th from 11am to 1pm.

Juan Gabriel Valdés – Ambassador of Chile to the United States; available for interview in English or Spanish on Chile/US trade and diplomacy, updates to citizen visa requirements, or perspective on the US election
Available for Interviews Tuesday, October 25th from 12pm to 4pm.

Paulina Nazal – Vice Minister of Trade; available for interview in English or Spanish on the economic impact of Chilean imports on South Florida businesses, or the broad impact of the TPP and Pacific Alliance on US/Latin America relationships
Available for Interviews upon request on Tuesday, October 25th.

Sacha Garafulic – Trade Commissioner, Miami; available for interview on English or Spanish on the activities surrounding Chile Week Miami and the significant role Chile plays in the advancement of business interests in South Florida.
Available for Interviews upon request daily.

Ronald Bown – President of ASOEX, Chile’s fruit export organization; available for interview on the trade of organic fruit between Chile and the United States via the Port of Miami.
Available for Interviews upon request on Tuesday, October 25th.

WHERE: Unless otherwise noted, all events take place at:

Conrad Hotel Miami

1395 Brickell Ave
Miami, FL 33131

conradhotels3.hilton.com/en/hotels/florida/conrad-miami-MIACICI/index.html

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