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Chamber of Commerce Australia Peru has a new Board of Directors –

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New management will be chaired by Alexandra Almenara for the period 2021-2023.

Alexandra Almenara was recently elected as the new president of the Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce (APCCI), a non-profit organization that aims to build quality relationships to promote trade and investment between Australia and Peru and operating in the country since September 2010.

His tenure as members of the Board of Directors will be accompanied by: Diana Nelson, Nanette Gutierrez, María Alejandra Delgado, Maritza Barzola, Raúl Ferreyra, Valeria Beck, Paulo Pantigoso, María Elena Napanga and Carlos Castro.

The position was previously chaired by María Alejandra Delgado, who delivered the message to Alexandra Almenara at the last General Assembly of Associates, held virtually last Friday, October 1.

“In these five years, we have made great progress in positioning APCCI as the chamber that generates opportunities for all those companies with links in Australia and / or Peru. We have put the house in order and given a governance structure ”, he specified.

Also, “I am satisfied because from the camera we have contributed to the rapprochement of both countries. Having said this, it should be noted that there is still much to do and continue to advance to grow relations between the two, bearing in mind that there is enormous potential for the benefit of companies in both countries. “

Almenara said that in the midst of the difficult situation that the country is going through due to the pandemic, it is important to reinforce collaborative work with Australian companies and institutions to provide greater opportunities to Peruvian companies in commercial exchange with Australia.

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“From APCCI, we will work in constant coordination with the Australian embassy and Austrade in promoting the benefits for Peruvian companies that arise through the signing of the PAFTA between both countries. Likewise, we want to bring educational possibilities, experiences of innovation and development of new Australian technologies to our associates through alliances with relevant institutions such as Ausimm, Alabc, among others ”, he indicated.

He also affirmed that some of the efforts of the Board of Directors will be framed in designing and implementing an Action Plan with concrete proposals that help to move the current figures of commercial exchange and invite companies to sign action commitments in a governance framework.

Likewise, it will continue to promote integration with allied organizations that make reference to the Australian model, including SAMMI (Andean Mining Cluster) in the development of mining suppliers and WiM Peru in promoting diversity.

Also, as part of the Executive Team, Graciela Arrieta was introduced, who now holds the position of Executive Director, previously held by Ricardo Labó.

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