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AIESEC Young Entrepreneurs Forum in Chile

AIESEC Young Entrepreneurs Forum in Chile
March 19
12:24 2012

SANTIAGO – More than 300 people from more than 20 different countries met to participate in one of the most important international congresses of AIESEC.

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The conference gathered business leaders from all over the country.

From March 15 to 20, AIESEC, an international organization with the goal to developing potential leadership, is hosting “The Iberoamerican Young Leaders Congress.” The event’s first day took off with the Youth Forum, which was produced by the University Federico Santa María, and present was the main speaker Hans Eben as well as around 400 participants. These included young people, ex members of AIESEC and various companies associated with AIESEC.

It is also important to mention all the sponsors who helped make this event become a reality, such as Universidad Mayor, the ONU, Torre, Nescafé, Burt’s Bee and Watt’s.

Those who attended this event had the chance to exchange their different business experiences, so that young people will be motivated and take initiatives at the international level. In this way they will create and promote intercultural exchanges to increase each of their leadership and development skills.

All the young students as well as the foreign AIESEC participants of this event were able to explore new objectives, to acquire knowledge and to take advantage of what Chile has to offer.

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Matt Niner

Matt lived in Chile for nearly two years before receiving a master's degree in International Relations from the University of California, San Diego. He spent two years teaching English in Japan and a year studying in Brazil, but says that Chile is where he feels most at home.

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