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Arizona and Mexico: The Crossroads of Real Estate and Commerce

Date:
September 13
Time:
7:30 am - 9:30 pm
Venue:
Scottsdale Museum of the West
Address:
3830 N. Marshall Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85251 United States
Organizer:
ULI Arizona
Phone:
602.449.7920

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Former Arizona Governor Paul Fannin set the stage for a strong relationship with Mexico when he said that Arizona and Mexico were “neighbors for good.”  Did you know that our neighbor to the south is Arizona’s largest trading partner?  Arizona’s two-way trade with Mexico was $15.4 billion in 2017, nearly $7.5 billion in exports and $7.9 billion in imports.

Our panel of experts will explore the state of real estate and commerce between Arizona and Mexico and what opportunities there are for companies and individuals in both regions.  What lies ahead and what lessons can we learn?

Moderator
Juan Ciscomani,  
Senior Advisor for Regional & International Affairs, Office of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey

Panel
Jose’ Pablo Martinez Buentello,
Project Manager, Skybridge Arizona
Carolynne Hunter,
Vice President of Supply Chain and Logistics, St. Clair Technologies, Inc. 
Rafael McCadden,
SIOR, Director, Colliers Mexico City

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