Carolina Arriagada Peters
Head of Europe, Middle East, Africa & Latin America, London & Partners, United Kingdom
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Carolina Arriagada Peters is Head of Europe, Middle East, Africa & Latin America at London & Partners, the official promotional organisation for London. In this capacity Carolina and her team are responsible for promoting London overseas and engaging in international dialogue to enhance London’s reputation as a World Capital of Business, Innovation & Talent.
Carolina’s role is to develop an externally informed strategy for the 4 sub-regions, to define targets and resources that ensure best return and benefits for London, to lead delivery of ambitious annual business plans and to engage with a variety of international business audiences to enable partnerships that maximise London’s international outreach.
With over 15 years of experience in international business, Carolina has a vast network in four continents which she strategically connects with London. She regularly represents London & Partners by speaking at events and to the media.
Prior to joining London & Partners (and its predecessor Think London), Carolina worked for Asia House, Ultramar Holding and set up her own PR and CRM consultancy.
Carolina holds a degree in communications, an MBA from Universidad Adolfo Ibanez and a Masters in Corporate Communication from University of Westminster. She is working on her first book The Power of a Social Mind ©.
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