BSBI Lectures series welcomes representative of the Mexican Embassy to Germany

On Friday 24 May Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) welcomed Mr Jorge Agraz, Economic Attaché at the Embassy of Mexico to Germany, as guest speaker for its “BSBI Lectures” series.

The lecture, titled “Mexico and the future of the Americas”, was held at the BSBI campus in Potsdamer Strasse. During the event, Mr Agraz helped students to understand the new trends within business and innovation from this part of the world, guiding them through the reasons why the region is regarded as one of the fastest emerging global markets.

The “BSBI Lectures” initiative aims to create further learning opportunities for its students, allowing them to meet with successful individuals, experts and leaders from a variety of sectors from all around the world.

The event was also an occasion for Mr Agraz to meet with the Mexican students currently at BSBI, who welcomed the occasion to spend time with a representative of their home country in Germany.

BSBI further celebrated the occasion and the liaison with the Embassy by appointing His Excellency, Mr Rogelio Granguillhome Morfin, Ambassador of Mexico to Germany, as Honorary Fellow of BSBI. The honour was delivered by Mr Sagi Hartov, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Berlin School of Business and Innovation, and received by Mr Argaz on behalf of His Excellency.

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