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The MIT Latin American Conference (MITLAC) is the oldest Latin American Conference among U.S. business schools. Led by MIT Sloan students, the conference aims to promote greater involvement of the international community in the development of Latin America, to increase the awareness of investment opportunities in the region, and to inspire future leaders to become ethical, innovative change makers.

Each year, over 300 students, business leaders, politicians, and academics from across the globe attend the conference to discuss the Latin American perspective on entrepreneurship, finance, sustainability, technology, politics, and investment.

Recent conferences have explored the region’s notable growth with distinguished speakers such as Alvaro UribeCarlos Brito, Roberto Setúbal, and Nicholas Negroponte.

The conference is brought to you by the MIT Sloan Latin Business Club.