Circular Influence signs MoUs with FIJE & UNAJE in Buenos Aires - 23.12. 2021


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Before closing the year the past 23rd December during her LATAM trip, Circular Influence's president signed in Buenos Aires Memorandums of understanding with FIJE - IberoAmerican Federation of Young Entrepreneurs (Federación Iberoamericana de Jóvenes Empresarios) @fijempresarios comprising 15 countries (including Spain, Andorra, Portugal & LATAM countries) and more than 80’000 members and UNAJE - Argentina National Union of Young Entrepreneurs (Union Nacional de Jóvenes Empresarios) @unajeok

The Ibero-American Federation of Young Entrepreneurs (FIJE) is a non-profit organization considered the largest representative body of young entrepreneurs in Ibero-America. It was founded in 2008 by representative entities of young entrepreneurs from 17 countries with the main objective of seeking economic development with socio-environmental responsibility. In addition to the founding countries, FIJE had the support of the Ibero-American General Secretary - SEGIB and the Ibero-American Youth Organization - OIJ in its creation. It brings together more than 80,000 young entrepreneurs in search of business development through local and international entities and seeking dialogue with Governments and International Organizations.

UNAJE is a civil association that brings together young entrepreneurs from all sectors between 18 and 40 years old throughout Argentina, helping them contribute to the growth of the country through the development of a new business culture based on honesty, professionalism, global vision, and social impact. The association encourages gatherings, so that young entrepreneurs committed to improving society connect, train and build collectively.

Mr. Joaquin Zoilo Vedoya (UNAJE’s President) @joacozoilo, CI’s President, Mr. Marcelo Tricarico - CI Supervisory Board member and Mr. Fausto Brighenti (FIJE’s Institutional Vice President) @faustobrighenti were representing their institutions for the signature of the agreements.

Circular Influence signs MoUs with FIJE & UNAJE in Buenos Aires - 23.12. 2021


FIJE & UNAJE.png

Before closing the year the past 23rd December during her LATAM trip, Circular Influence's president signed in Buenos Aires Memorandums of understanding with FIJE - IberoAmerican Federation of Young Entrepreneurs (Federación Iberoamericana de Jóvenes Empresarios) @fijempresarios comprising 15 countries (including Spain, Andorra, Portugal & LATAM countries) and more than 80’000 members and UNAJE - Argentina National Union of Young Entrepreneurs (Union Nacional de Jóvenes Empresarios) @unajeok

The Ibero-American Federation of Young Entrepreneurs (FIJE) is a non-profit organization considered the largest representative body of young entrepreneurs in Ibero-America. It was founded in 2008 by representative entities of young entrepreneurs from 17 countries with the main objective of seeking economic development with socio-environmental responsibility. In addition to the founding countries, FIJE had the support of the Ibero-American General Secretary - SEGIB and the Ibero-American Youth Organization - OIJ in its creation. It brings together more than 80,000 young entrepreneurs in search of business development through local and international entities and seeking dialogue with Governments and International Organizations.

UNAJE is a civil association that brings together young entrepreneurs from all sectors between 18 and 40 years old throughout Argentina, helping them contribute to the growth of the country through the development of a new business culture based on honesty, professionalism, global vision, and social impact. The association encourages gatherings, so that young entrepreneurs committed to improving society connect, train and build collectively.

Mr. Joaquin Zoilo Vedoya (UNAJE’s President) @joacozoilo, CI’s President, Mr. Marcelo Tricarico - CI Supervisory Board member and Mr. Fausto Brighenti (FIJE’s Institutional Vice President) @faustobrighenti were representing their institutions for the signature of the agreements.