GES gathers in India entrepreneurs from around the world, including Mexico
Nancy J. Gonzalez / MexicoNow
Hyderabad, India.- Entrepreneurs from around the globe are gathered in India to explore new options to do business as well as to interconnect with others and find a way to finance their project.
This is the first time the Global Entrepeneur Summit (GES) is co-hosted by two countries: India and the U.S. The theme for this year is “Women first, prosperity for all”; therefore, all the conferences will include women. Energy, IT, and healthcare are going to be the key industries for this event.
“We need to bring people together to create the ecosystem. We are co-hosting this event this year because we need to work with other countries to give growing opportunities to women around the world,” said the U.S. Ambassador to India Kenneth I. Juster.
At least 400 entrepreneurs from the U.S., 500 from India, and 400 from around the world are already in Hyderabad, India to attend conferences and to create a networking aiming to expand the entrepreneurship model in most communities around the world.
Mexico is actively participating this year. The Mexican delegation has 5 participants: Ingrid Motta, general manager at BrainGame Central; Oscar Espinosa, CEO at Pellet Mexico Bioenergia; Daniela Gonzalez, Party Master at Code Party, Luis Rodriguez, Chief Scientist Officer at Vaccitech, and Damaris Ortiz, Finalist of the YLAI pitch competition. Also, Felipe Gomez, an aerospace entrepreneur currently based in Chicago, is joining this team.