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The business travel events to attend this autumn

From education to robotics, the business events on offer this autumn will Business Destinations picks out four of the best

Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference 2017
Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference 2017 

Latin America Conference for Deans & Directors
Buenos Aires, Argentina
September 3-5
At the beginning of September, the Latin America Conference for Deans and Directors will return for its 15th incarnation. The event welcomes distinguished academics and top management from AMBA-accredited business schools, with three days of discussion and speeches around the latest trends in the MBA industry. Attendees will also have the chance to network with business experts and enjoy dinner in one of Buenos Aires’ finest places to meet.

eLearning Africa 2018
Kigali, Rwanda
September 26-28
The eLearning Africa conference is one of best events at which to discover new ideas and solutions for education, training and skills development. As Africa has one of the youngest populations in the world, plus a fast-growing economy, policymakers are keen to equip citizens with the best knowledge so they can succeed. The conference aims to demonstrate how digital learning and educational technology can help. Among its attendees are Rwanda’s Minister of Education and a representative from the World Bank.

Start-up Weekend Paris, Robotics and AI Edition
Paris, France
October 19-21
For those with technological interests, Start-up Weekend Paris is a must-attend event. Guests are invited to showcase their own robotic projects, which they can pitch and get feedback on over the course of the weekend. In addition, attendees can network with others in the fields of engineering, design, entrepreneurship and marketing, to name a few. Attendees are treated to one-on-one sessions with mentors and seven delicious meals as part of the event.

Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference
Hong Kong, China
November 20-21
This two-day conference brings together some of the greatest experts from all over the world to discuss developments in the logistics and maritime industries. Last year, the event attracted more than 120 exhibitors from 11 countries and regions. Exhibitors for the next conference will include marine insurance providers, IT and telecommunications service insiders, and air cargo terminal operators – all of whom will bring their ample experience and insights to the proceedings.

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