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Friday, 31 October 2014 00:00

Global Network of Mexican Talent

The inauguration ceremony of the Sweden Chapter of the Global Network of Mexican Talent took place on November 7th at the facilities of the Embassy of Mexico in Sweden, in Stockholm.  With the accretion of the Sweden Chapter, the Global Network of Mexican Talent now totals 37 chapters throughout the world; their number reaches nearly 4,000 members in 19 countries and 4 continents.

The Sweden Chapter, comprised of 31 founding members, will be led by entrepreneurs José de Jesus Escandón Bolaños and Hector Martínez Cardenas, in the capacities of Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board, respectively. The chapter is divided into four thematic areas which it will be based on the following: new IT technologies; sustainability and ecology; the automotive sector; and cultural management and marketing communications. Each of the branches will be led by a board member with a specialization in the area which he or she coordinates.

The Chapter has set a goal to organize the highly skilled Mexicans residing in Sweden to promote the development of projects and academic, scientific, technological, and business initiatives between Mexico and Sweden.

The Mexican Ambassador to Sweden, Agustín Gasca Pliego, chaired the event and swore in the Chapter Board, referring to the social commitment that its members were entrusted with, as well as offering the full support of the Embassy, while fully respecting their autonomy.

Jorge Marín Exhibition in Latvia

Mexican artist Jorge Marín's itinerant exhition opened on November 10th in Riga, Latvia's City Hall, where it remains open to the public until December 28th. Later on, from December 3rd to January 16th, the exhibit will move to the "Dauderi" Department of Latvia's Museum of National History.

Day of the Dead altar at the Stadsmuseet

On Saturday, November 1st, the Embassy of Mexico and the Stadsmuseet in Stockholm inaugurated a traditional altar for the Day of the Dead at the museum's premises. The altar was dedicated to the Mexican writer Octavio Paz on the 100th anniversary of his birth, and will remain open to the public until Thursday, November 6th.



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