Expo Capital Humano México D.F. 2014

Date
2014-11-05 - 2014-11-07
Exhibitors
250
Floor Size
59696
Attendees
7000
Event contact title
Expo Capital Humano
Event contact first name
Alexandre
Event contact last name
Surman
Email
info@expo-capitalhumano.com
Event contact telephone number
54425760
Description

Expo Capital Humano is the largest platform in Latin America where converge the best experts in the industry. It integrates three areas: •Exhibition •Conferences •Workshops In this edition Expo Capital Humano have two new headquarters: Expo Capital Humano Guadalajara: June 27 – 28 Expo Expo Capital Humano Monterrey: September 11 - 12

Attendee information

Expo Capital Humano attends: Directors and Executives of the following areas: •Human resources • Training • Staff • Human Development •Compensation / Benefits • Roster • Organizational Development • Internal Communication • Social responsibility • Administration • Finance Managers of strategic areas: •Directors and General Managers • Business Owners

Exhibitor information

The exhibit floor will feature more than 250 booths to showcase products and services: • Training Business •Outsourcing in HR • Coaching • Job istings • E-learning oOnline Education o E-learning Software • Technology for HR • Organizational Communication • Services staff o Industrial canteens o Uniforms o Personnel Carrier o Discount Cards •Social Networks (HR 2.0) • Financial Solutions (Insurance / Afores / food stamps) • Social responsibility • Occupational Health • Dwelling • Sports Business • Occupational Health • Dwelling • Sports Business • Office furniture • Labor law • Salons Training / Business center • Access control and attendance • Personal Security • Civil defense • Chambers and associations • Government Agencies

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