About 200 women entrepreneurs in construction industry coexisted in an event empowerment and leadership, held at the headquarters of the Chamber in southern Mexico City.
a Mexican Chamber of Construction Industry (CMIC) held its annual meeting of businesswomen "Promoting the Development of Mexico".
About 200 women businesswomen of the Construction industry lived together in an empowerment and leadership event, held at the headquarters of the Chamber in southern Mexico City.
assistants, from around the country, They had the opportunity to connect with the new realities and trends of what is leadership and entrepreneurship.
The event made a difference with the participation of Maria de El Sol Rumayor Siller, CEO & Co-Funder of Disruptiv Govlabs.
Maria urged women to detect the VUCA environment (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity), which is precisely the scenario presented today the business sector and which should be seen as an opportunity for transformation.
"What we should move all before the economic issue is to transform; leave a legacy that will serve generations ", Siller said the Rumayor.
The closing of the event was in charge of the president of the Mexican Chamber of Construction Industry, Eduardo Ramirez Leal, who pledged to continue working for Mexican women, "Who are an important part in the development and processes of the House".