Maria Helena de Felipe participates in the International Logistic Exhibition

In the 15th anniversary of the MedaLogistics Summit, the Association of Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASCAME) hosted the Mediterranean Transport & Logistics Summit within the fringes of the SIL2017. The two-day event was jointly organized with the Consorci of Barcelona, and supported by the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Every year since 2003, the Meda Logistics Summit convenes experts, business representatives and high level policy figures from the sector in order to explore opportunities and address key priorities in the Mediterranean. Over the course of 14 years, the event has enjoyed an overall average participation of 9,100 participants and 13,200 respective business contacts. In particular, the first day will focus extensively on Logistics and Transportation, while the second will explore economic trends within the Ports and Shipping sector. On the occasion of, this year’s agenda will feature a number of innovative and timely themes within the sector, spread over the course of two days. AFAEMME's President, Maria Helena de Felipe, has participate in a panel discussion on women entrepreneurs in the world of logistics and transport Exhibition. Within the framework of the International Logistics and Material Handling Exhibition (SIL), the Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Mediterranean (ASCAME) organized the 15th Mediterranean Logistics and Transport Forum and the 10th Mediterranean Ports Summit. In this context, Maria Helena de Felipe, President of the Association of Organizations of Mediterranean Business Woman (AFAEMME) has been responsible for moderating the roundtable entitled "Businesswomen of the Mediterranean in the areas of logistics and transport: Towards equal opportunities "The participants were Chelo Otero, Director of Comertial Portic; Luz Benítez, Country Manager of IContainers Anna and Stephen, Founder Member Wtransnet. The speakers shared with the audience dry vision to create a culture of diversity and innovation in the transport sector. Similarly, they have shown what they need to make the authorities, companies and the different actors in order to retain more women in the company. The speakers also as leaders of companies have shared strategies to support women and initiatives that have worked to achieve it.

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June 9, 2017
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