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WEConnect International in Mexico identifies, educates, registers, and certifies women's business enterprises that are at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women. WEConnect International is the only non-profit connecting women-owned businesses with multi-national corporate purchasing organizations outside of the United States.

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¿QUÉ ES WECONNECT INTERNATIONAL?

WEConnect International es la única iniciativa en su tipo que trabaja con corporaciones transnacionales y organizaciones multilaterales que desean diversificar su cadena de valor incluyendo productos y servicios de empresas pertenecientes a mujeres en todo el mundo. WEConnect International identifica, capacita, registra y certifica a empresas pertenecientes a mujeres ubicadas fuera de los Estados Unidos que pertenecen y están administradas y controladas por lo menos en un 51% por una o más mujeres, y las vincula con compradores corporativos calificados.

Mediante valiosas oportunidades de capacitación y vinculación, WEConnect International promueve relaciones comerciales, crecimiento económico, eleva el perfil de empresas pertenecientes a mujeres y apoya el fortalecimiento de programas de diversidad e inclusión de proveedores de sus miembros corporativos. WEConnect International opera en todos los continentes y ofrece certificación en países que en conjunto representan más de la mitad de la población mundial.

 

On Septemeber 4, 2014, WEConnect International held its third annual forum in Mexico City, Mexico. The theme for this year's event was "Incorporating Women-Owned businesses into Global Value Chains.

Este video analiza brevemente los beneficios de que gobiernos y empresas privadas apoyen el esfuerzo de WEConnect International para ayudar a empresas de mujeres a tener éxito en el mercado mundial. (Luz Maria de la Mora, WEConnect International's Director in Mexico, analyzes the benefits for corporations and governments of supporting women's economic empowerment. In Spanish)

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Mexico City, Mexico. May 21, 2014 – Luz Maria de la Mora, Director of WEConnect International in Mexico, attended a dinner offered by the Mexican Foreign Ministry to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.  The dinner was attended by approximately 30 representatives from the public and private sectors, including corporations such as Bimbo,

 ExxonMobil, and Grupo Modelo.

De la Mora had the opportunity to explain to Secretary Kerry and U.S. Ambassador in Mexico Anthony Wayne the work that WEConnect International is doing in Mexico and thank them for the support provided by the U.S. Department of State.

During the working session focused on integration in North America, she said: “The WEConnect International program is an example of the kind of policy we must seek to establish in North America. Women entrepreneurs in Mexico and the region can be a competitive factor to promote the integration of the region.” She also took the opportunity to highlight the work of WE
Connect International in MUSEIC and told the group that women are having a great impact on the work of the seven sub-committees.

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Luz Maria de la Mora

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