Are you a supplier company or an established start-up? Do you have a technological solution for our technological challenges?... Join us on October 6th at 11:00 am (EST).
CAFA [Canadian Friends of ANIQUEM] is a registered Canadian charity that supports the rehabilitation of burned children in Peru. CAFA works directly with the Lima based burn clinic ANIQUEM [Asociación de Ayuda al Niño Quemado].
On the central event of "Rumbo a PERUMIN - Bicentennial Edition", the president of the secretariat of the Canadian Minerals and Metals Plan, Natalie Campbell, presented the Canadian Plan 2020.
An exciting presentation, by EY, of their Guide as a useful tool for private investors, banks and other financial institutions and governmental entities interested in exploring and assessing Peruvian investment opportunities in Infrastructure.
It is an honor for me to address you on behalf of the Chamber, to share our purpose of organizing a set of activities and initiatives aimed at collaborating with the development of infrastructure in our country.
The Construction and Engineering Guild of the Cámara de Comercio de Lima - CCL is pleased to invite you to participate in this event to be held on Monday July 05 and Tuesday July 06 at 4 pm (5 pm EST).
The webinar took place on July 12th, and Ministry overview, key priorities, and forecasting investment opportunities were discussed. View the full conference video with translation available.
This July 28th, all Peruvians will be celebrating with great pride two hundred years of our National Independence. Peru, a peace loving-nation located in the central part of South America is a country rich in natural resources, with one of the greatest mega biodiversities in the world...
The Virtual Summit took place on May 20. Organized by the Peruvian Canadian Institute of the Huntington University with the support of the Embassy of Peru in Canada, as part of the activities to commemorate the Bicentennial of Peru.
On May 12th, the Honourable Seamus O'Regan, Minister of Natural Resources, announced $130,000 for five projects to promote mineral literacy and build a more inclusive mining industry.