More than 500 delegates, lecturers and exhibitors are attending the gathering, and about a dozen countries confirmed their participation including Spain, Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, Panama and Viet Nam, she said.
United Nations experts will be lecturing on consumer law, good business practices and the new challenges the digital economy implies.
One of the convention’s goal is to demonstrate, from the academy and science, the opportunities to develop domestic trade in order to improve the quality of services, Escandell pointed out.
The event’s program includes three symposiums: one on logistics, another on safety, quality, environment and consumer protection, and a third dedicated to cosmetology.
During the four-day event experiences on the implementation of the new models of non-state management, as well as the function of the wholesale market for cooperatives and self-employed workers will be discussed.