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Small and Medium Business responsibilities with the "Municipio"

Hosted by a member of the Panama City Business Networking Group
Business & Networking
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Took place 3 weeks 4 days ago
Tue 24 Oct 18:00 - 22:00

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Dear All,

After a fun night of hats and masks at our InterNations 10th Year Anniversary party, it´s time to get back to business.

On our Tuesday, October 24th event, we will have a speech about investor´s relationships with the Municipio (Mayor´s Office), the speakers will be our Ambassador Ibsen Avila and members of the Panama City´s Mayor's Office legal team. After the speech, we will have a lovely Happy Hour and Networking session, as follows:

1. Municipio´s Legal Team Speech (in SPANISH, with summary in English) from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sheraton Grand Hotel Bahia Restaurant´s (in a private meeting room, we will be able to order from the Menu and have dinner while our experts speak). Each person pays their own bill.

2. Networking Session & Happy Hour: 8: Protected content at the Sheraton Lobby Bar. This is an English and Spanish event!

The rationale of the Event:

One of the major problems most businesses face is their relationship with the "Municipio" or Mayor's Office.

It's with this government office that every single small and medium business has the most contact, sometimes good, sometimes not so good or sometimes, it's just plain confusing.

Business owners frequently get summoned to the Mayor's Office thru a Citation, not always understanding why or exactly the causes. Sometimes it's very simple, sometimes it can take some time.

If you are a small or medium business owner, or if you are thinking of starting your own business, come join our panel of experts who will be talking about this very important and sometimes complex subject.

This will be a very informative and fun night, so be sure to sign up early! Also, feel free to bring your friends, but kindly ask them to sing up for InterNations first!

See you on October 24th!

Your host,

Carlos