Yann Alix, Secrétaire Général, Fondation SEFACIL, Le Havre, France et Olivier Lemaire, Directeur Général AIVP

SESSION 1 : Make citizens BE a partner in the PORT City tandem

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Public/Private Partnerships: How private businesses and community leaders can work together for community advancement

Michelle Hundley, Vice President of Public Affairs, The Economic Alliance Houston, USA

SESSION 2 : Intensify international exchanges

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The “Mesoamerica” project, ports and international maritime trade as regional integration modes in the Caribbean
Lidia Fromm Cea
, Chief Executive Officer, Proyecto Mesoamérica, La Libertad, El Salvador

The integration of the new logistical networks, a challenge for the Caribbean
Yann Alix, Secrétaire Général, Fondation SEFACIL, Le Havre, France

SESSION 3 : economic innovation and Port city Governance

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Creation of jobs and added value in port cities
Roger Rios Duarte, Coordinador, Programa Integral de Investigación para el Desarrollo de las Ciudades Portuarias – PROCIP, San Jose, Costa Rica

How to capitalise on land resources?
Franc Pigna, AEGIR, Port Property Adviser, Miami, USA

HAROPA, a tool for an inter-port coordination of the Seine Normandy Axis, France
Raynald Levillain, Secrétaire Général, GIE Haropa, France

Session 4 : Waterfront and cruise, two major assets for the caribbean

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Blending Cruise Activities with Community Waterfronts: Barbados’ Sugar Point, a Caribbean Case Study.
Scott Lagueux, Partner, LandDesign Inc., Charlotte, USA

The new planning of the Havana waterfront, an opportunity for the sustainable development of the port city
Arq. Kiovet Sánchez Álvarez, Coordinador del Plan de Manejo de la Zona de Protección de la Bahía de la Habana, Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad, La Habana, Cuba

Welcome and enhance cruise tourism in the port-city
Adolf Romagosa, Gerente, Gerencia Urbanistica Port 2000, Barcelona, España

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