The XIII Cumbre Latinoamericana de Marketing Político y Gobernanza (Latin American Summit for Political Marketing and Governance) is a widely recognized and respected brand in the world of top-level political training both in Latin America and the world.
An undisputed leader in our continent due to the extraordinary quality of our featured speakers, the high caliber of its audience members and participants as well as the number of both its attendees and the countries they represent.
During each one of our Summits participants have enjoyed the chance to network, create new business opportunities and open horizons for themselves and others in the field. These events, which have in the past been the subject of widespread discussion and led to coordinated actions across 20 Latin American nations, have yielded substantial economic and strategic benefits to their host communities. We expect no different from our upcoming Cumbre in Miami, Florida.
For these and many reasons the Cumbre Latinoamericana de Marketing Político y Gobernanza has positioned itself as the pre-eminent “can’t miss” event on our continent’s high-level political consultancy calendar.
The XII Cumbre Latinoamericana de Marketing Político y Gobernanza took place in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico with more than one thousand attendees from 14 countries. It was organized and executed in coordination with the government of that Mexican state headed by Mario Lopez Valdez (Malova.) It received ample coverage for over 6 months in every Spanish-speaking country on the continent and helped to promote Mazatlán as a tourism destination, the fifth most visited in Latin America.
The XI Cumbre Latinoamericana de Marketing Político was held in San Pedro de Sula, Honduras, on September 12, 13 and 14, 2013. Organized in coordination with the Universidad Privada de San Pedro Sula and Special Ticket, it hosted over 400 participants from 17 countries including the Presidential campaign teams from the majority of the country’s political parties along with consultants, communicators and other professionals working in related fields. It was considered a great success in spite of the country’s relatively modest level of commercial and touristic activity.
The X Cumbre Latinoamericana was hosted by Nayarit State (Mexico) on April 18, 19 and 20, 2013. It was organized in coordination with the government of that state, led by C. Roberto Sandoval Castañeda. The event attracted over 700 attendees from 15 Central and South American nations and provided substantial exposure to the many touristic offerings of the Riviera-Nayarit region throughout Latin American during a 4-month period. The Cumbre also led to Sister-City agreements between the municipalities of Flandes in Colombia and Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit, which resulted in ecological and touristic exchanges between them that are in force to this day.
Other previous summit location
The IX Cumbre took place in the city of Aguascalientes, Mexico.
The VIII Cumbre was held in the city of Bogotá, Colombia, in association with JJ Rendon and Associates.
The VII Cumbre was hosted by Panama in association with the Government of the Republic of Panama.
The previous 6 Cumbres were held in Mexico, in San Luis Potosí and in Mexico State.