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Webinar/Interactive meeting with Guatemala, El Salvador & Honduras business representatives


PXL/HO/Cir-125/2020-21                                                                               Date: 04.02.2021




Dear Sir/Madam,


Subject: Webinar/Interactive meeting with  Guatemala, El Salvador & Honduras business representatives


You are kindly aware Pharmexcil is organizing "INDO - LATAM CONNECT: Virtual Pharma BSM" during 23rd - 27th February 2021 as a part of MAI approved events under FY 2020 -21. As conveyed, the council is working in close coordination with our missions and local business chambers to promote and attract quality buyer during the scheduled event.


The council is in further receipt of communication from Embassy of India, Guatemala (concurrently accredited to El Salvador & Honduras) requesting a focused interaction between the counterpart delegates. A prospective list of product categories (attached)with high potential for Indian pharmaceutical exports to Guatemala, El Salvador & Honduras is also received after prior market assessments by the mission. 


Considering the efforts and recommendation of our mission, the council proposes to organize awebinar & introductory session with potential stakeholders from Central America region on 18th Feb 2021 as a precursor meeting for main event "INDO - LATAM CONNECT". We are expecting 50+ business delegates from Guatemala, El Salvador & Hondurasfor the aforesaid webinar on 18th Feb as well as for "INDO-LATAM CONNECT" scheduled on 23-27th Feb 2021.


Webinar & B2B interaction details are as follows:

Indo-Central America collaboration in Pharma

Date :   18 February, 2021, Thursday: 

Time     7:30 pmIST // 8.00am Guatemala time




Members may like to attend the Webinar on 18th Feb and get to understand the requirements of the Central America region in pharmaceutical space. For any further information/clarifications, members may write to rodelhi@pharmexcil.com



Warm Regards



Udaya Bhaskar

Director General




Tentative Agenda

Interested Market segments of Central America