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Ingram Micro sets flagship Miami Beach summit date to May, gives channel partners time to work on the beach

The pandemic taught us the value of in-person networking, fresh air, and community, which is why channel partners of Ingram Micro Cloud will be pleased to hear that the cloud computing giant’s flagship Cloud Summit event will again be held in person in sunny Miami Beach between May 17-10, 2022! Promising to unveil A Future

President of Brazil China Chamber of Commerce among 400 world leaders to speak at Horasis Asia Meeting

Horasis Asia Meeting, one of the world’s preeminent forums, will be held virtually this November 30th. 400 business and political leaders, including Charles Tang, President of the Brazil China Chamber of Commerce, will meet to discuss ideas on how to best overcome the disruptions caused by COVID-19. Founded in 2016, the conference provides a platform

Horasis Extraordinary Meeting to Host Latin American Ministers Alongside Heads of State

Colombia’s Minister Diego Mesa, the country’s Minister of Mines and Energy, will be a speaker this October 1st alongside other Latin American leaders at Horasis Extraordinary Meeting. Mesa will be speaking on developing unity, inspiration and creativity. Colombian Minister Jonathan Malagón will also be a speaker at the conference. On the first of October government leaders

Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter to host Horasis virtual meeting with LatAm, Indian and international leaders

Co-hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry, Horasis India Meeting is set to open this Monday, June 22nd. The virtual conference will discuss India’s future and potential solutions to the current COVID-19 crisis. The event, which features well regarded regional leaders including Marcelo de Andrade, Partner at Earth Capital Holdings, will explore the nation’s further

Mexican Government Warns That COVID-19 Poses Risk For Mexico’s High Concentration Of People With Diabetes

The Mexican government recently released a report sounding the alarm that a high concentration of people with metabolic dysfunction — such as diabetes or obesity — could be problematic as the nation faces down the novel coronavirus outbreak.  According to the report, of the Mexicans that have died from COVID-19, 44% reported having pre-existing hypertension and 40% reported