Horizontes CEO Club

The Horizontes CEO Club is an exclusive gathering for the top Latin America-focused executive overseeing at least $100 million in annual revenues or working for a multinational with global revenues in excess of $1 billion.


Current members include Ricoh, Visa, Boston Scientific, Cargill, Lenovo, Cartier, A&E Network, Cisco, McCann Worldgroup, Sandoz, Delta Airlines, Facebook and others.


The group meets in Miami eight times a year, for 90 minutes, in a roundtable-discussion format. These off-the-record discussions generally are led by either individual group members or by some of the region’s most thoughtful and well-informed men, and women brought in for a particular expertise.


It is a partnership between WorldCity and America’s Market Intelligence. WorldCity CEO Ken Roberts founded the CEO Club in 2006 and the precursor to the Horizontes CEO Roundtable, run by AMI’s John Price, was founded as the CEO Roundtable at about the same time.


The Horizontes CEO Club also offers remote memberships for those working in Latin America. The feature is also available to regular members traveling during a regularly scheduled meeting.

Cartier's president for South America, Mehdi Sqalli, speaking at the February Horizontes CEO Club.

Harvey Gurland, managing partner for the Miami office of Duane Morris, listens intently to the discussion, which was led by the Economist Intelligence Unit's Nicholas Saldinas, the EIU's expert on Argentina.

Andres Mosquera, CEO of Claro Enterprise Solutions, enjoys a laugh with Greenberg Traurig's Yosbel Ibarra, the firm's co-managing partner.

Rene Riedi of Avolta (right), the global duty-free business previously known as Dufry, exchanges information with Diego Stechi, a veteran of the Latin America operations for Ferragamo and Dolce & Gabbana.

Cristiano Koga, CEO of Modern Logistics and a FedEx veteran, enjoys a conversation with a fellow CEO Club member.

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