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  • Gerardo Ceballos ,
  • Heliot Zarza,
  • José F. González-Maya ,

    Roles Formal analysis, Methodology, Validation, Writing – original draft, Writing – review & editing

    ‡ These authors also contributed equally to this work.

    Affiliations Laboratorio de Ecología y Conservación de Fauna Silvestre, Instituto de Ecología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ciudad Universitaria, Coyoacán, Ciudad de México, México, Departamento de Ciencias Ambientales, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Lerma, CBS, Lerma de Villada, México, Proyecto de Conservación de Aguas y Tierras, ProCAT Colombia/Costa Rica, Bogotá, Colombia

  • J. Antonio de la Torre ,
  • Andrés Arias-Alzate ,
  • Carlos Alcerreca,
  • Horacio V. Barcenas ,
  • Gerardo Carreón-Arroyo ,
  • Cuauhtémoc Chávez ,
  • Carlos Cruz ,

    Contributed equally to this work with: Horacio V. Barcenas, Gerardo Carreón-Arroyo, Carlos Cruz, Daniela Medellín, Andres García, Rodrigo A. Medellín, Oscar Moctezuma-Orozco, Fernando Ruiz, Yamel Rubio

    Roles Data curation, Investigation, Writing – review & editing

    Affiliations Laboratorio de Ecología y Conservación de Fauna Silvestre, Instituto de Ecología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ciudad Universitaria, Coyoacán, Ciudad de México, México, Universidad de Alicante, Campus San Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante, España

  • Daniela Medellín ,
  • Andres García ,
  • Marco Antonio-García,
  • Marco A. Lazcano-Barrero ,
  • Rodrigo A. Medellín ,
  • Oscar Moctezuma-Orozco ,
  • Fernando Ruiz ,

    Contributed equally to this work with: Horacio V. Barcenas, Gerardo Carreón-Arroyo, Carlos Cruz, Daniela Medellín, Andres García, Rodrigo A. Medellín, Oscar Moctezuma-Orozco, Fernando Ruiz, Yamel Rubio

    Roles Data curation, Investigation, Writing – original draft, Writing – review & editing

    Affiliation Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas, Instituto de Ciencias Básicas e Ingeniería, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Ciudad del Conocimiento, Col. Carboneras, Mineral de la Reforma, Hidalgo, México

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  • Gerardo Carreón-Arroyo, 
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Abstract

The jaguar (Panthera onca) is one of the most threatened carnivores in the Americas. Despite a long history of research on this charismatic species, to date there have been few systematic efforts to assess its population size and status in most countries across its distribution range. We present here the results of the two National Jaguar Surveys for Mexico, the first national censuses in any country within the species distribution. We estimated jaguar densities from field data collected at 13 localities in 2008–2010 (2010 hereafter) and 11 localities in 2016–2018 (2018 hereafter). We used the 2010 census results as the basis to develop a National Jaguar Conservation Strategy that identified critical issues for jaguar conservation in Mexico. We worked with the Mexican government to implement the conservation strategy and then evaluated its effectivity. To compare the 2010 and 2018 results, we estimated the amount of jaguar-suitable habitat in the entire country based on an ecological niche model for both periods. Suitable jaguar habitat covered ~267,063 km2 (13.9% of the country’s territory) in 2010 and ~ 288,890 km2 (~14.8% of the country’s territory) in 2018. Using the most conservative density values for each priority region, we estimated jaguar densities for both the high and low suitable habitats. The total jaguar population was estimated in ~4,000 individuals for 2010 census and ~4,800 for the 2018 census. The Yucatan Peninsula was the region with the largest population, around 2000 jaguars, in both censuses. Our promising results indicate that the actions we proposed in the National Jaguar Conservation Strategy, some of which have been implemented working together with the Federal Government, other NGO’s, and land owners, are improving jaguar conservation in Mexico. The continuation of surveys and monitoring programs of the jaguar populations in Mexico will provide accurate information to design and implement effective, science-based conservation measures to try to ensure that robust jaguar populations remain a permanent fixture of Mexico’s natural heritage.

Citation: Ceballos G, Zarza H, González-Maya JF, de la Torre JA, Arias-Alzate A, Alcerreca C, et al. (2021) Beyond words: From jaguar population trends to conservation and public policy in Mexico. PLoS ONE 16(10): e0255555. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0255555

Editor: Stephen P. Aldrich, Indiana State University, UNITED STATES

Received: May 24, 2019; Accepted: July 7, 2021; Published: October 6, 2021

Copyright: © 2021 Ceballos et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Data Availability: All relevant data are within the paper and its Supporting Information files.

Funding: This study was funded by Alianza WWF-Fundación/Telmex Telcel, Fundación BBVA Bancomer, and Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP-México) in the form of grants awarded to GC. This study was also funded by Dirección General de Asuntos del Personal Académico, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México in the form of grants awarded to EJTR. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.

Competing interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist.

Introduction

The loss of biological diversity is one of the most severely threatening global environmental problems caused by human activities. Thousands of species and millions of populations become extinct every year [1,2]. Populations of large mammals, birds, and other vertebrates have been decimated in the last decades, and it is estimated that more than 50% of all the vertebrate populations have been lost since 1970 [3–5].

Carnivores are among the animals that have experienced the most severe declines due to human activities such as habitat loss and fragmentation, illegal hunting and trade, conflict with livestock, and diseases transmitted by domestic animals [6–14]. Large carnivores are especially vulnerable to population losses because of their need for large areas, relatively small extant populations in comparison to medium and small carnivores, and slow population growth rates [15,16]. Globally, the population decline of many large cat species has been dramatic in recent times: tigers are only limited to 6% of its historic geographic range and their populations have declined 50% in the last decades. In a similar way lions occur only in 17% of their historic range and populations have declined 47% over the last 21 years [16–19]. Asiatic lions and cheetahs, for example, have disappeared from more than 98% of their historical range [13]; roughly 500 Asiatic lions live exclusively in the Gir forest in India and the population of Asiatic cheetahs in central Iran is less than 20 [15,20]. Other large cats, including leopards (Panthera pardus), snow leopards (Panthera uncia), and clouded leopards (Neofelis nebulosa and N. diardi) have experienced similar declines, and the leopard conservation status was recently uplisted by the IUCN to Vulnerable [13,21].

Large charismatic carnivores are good surrogates for biodiversity conservation [14], conservation priority policies, and conservation impacts at multiple scales [10]. Therefore, knowledge about carnivore current distribution and population trends is critical for conservation efforts. However, estimating population size of large cat species is challenging because of their large geographic and home ranges, elusiveness, and the fragmentation of the extant populations [13,17]. Early population estimates were based on field surveys carried out using transects and aerial counts [22]. In the last two decades, automatic camera traps have become widely used for assessing populations of many mammal species including large cats [23–26] and they have provided critical data for comprehensive large-scale censuses for species such as tigers, lions and jaguars [17,19,27,28].

The jaguar (Panthera onca) is the largest felid species in the Neotropics and the least studied in the genus Panthera [29]. Historically, jaguar geographic range extended from southwestern United States to central Argentina [27,30], but currently the species is considered Near Threatened globally because it has been extirpated from roughly 55% of its historic range and many of its populations are now either endangered or critically endangered [31–33]. Habitat destruction and fragmentation, retaliatory killing by cattle ranchers, illegal hunting, prey depletion, and introduced diseases, are the most significant threats to the long-term viability of jaguar populations [21,27].

Development and expansion of agricultural lands and livestock pastures, human settlements, roads and other infrastructure, are the primary causes of the loss and fragmentation of jaguar habitat [34–40]. In many communities, jaguars are perceived as a threat and killed by livestock ranchers in retaliation because the loss of livestock by predation is usually understood only from the economic loss perspective [41–46]. Additionally, jaguars are still hunted (albeit illegally) as trophies throughout their range, and recently illegal trade of their bones and teeth for the Chinese black-market has become an emerging threat [47]. The Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) is taking action to curb this emerging threat [48].

Jaguars are still present across most of their historic range in Mexico. Its distribution extends along the lowlands and foothills of the mountains from Sonora to Chiapas in the Pacific coast, and from Tamaulipas to the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico coast [49,50]. The main threats they face in the country are habitat loss and fragmentation, retaliatory killing, reduced abundance of their natural prey, and diseases transmitted by domestic animals [e.g., 50,51]. Recognizing these threats, the Mexican government prohibited jaguar trophy hunting in 1987 and listed it as an endangered species in 1994 [52].

In 2005, we organized a meeting of experts, which later became the National Alliance for Jaguar Conservation [53], to contribute to the long-term conservation of jaguars. We carried out basic ecological research, developed conservation and management initiatives, and helped to implement conservation policies. The Alliance developed a National Jaguar Conservation Strategy that identified nine fundamental and critical areas for jaguar conservation in Mexico: i) protection of biological corridors and identification of priority areas for conservation; ii) monitoring jaguar populations and its prey; iii) human-jaguar conflict resolution; iv) guidelines for translocation and reintroduction of jaguars; v) law and public policy; vi) mitigation of human infrastructure impact; vii) local community conservation; viii) environmental education; and ix) outreach [50,54–56]. They have become the framework for the Mexican government´s jaguar conservation program [50,56].

Periodic estimates of jaguar populations are essential to determine the vulnerability of the species and the structure and effectiveness of conservation policies and activities. We organized two national jaguar conservation censuses (Cenjaguar, the Spanish acronym) as a component of jaguar and its prey population monitoring program: the 2008–2010 period (hereafter, 2010 [54]) and the other 2016–2018 (hereafter, 2018). The 2010 national census [50,51,57] provided the baseline data against which other censuses, such as the recently completed 2018, can be compared. The main issues addressed in the present study are to: i) Estimate Mexico’s current jaguar population size; ii) evaluate its population trends by comparing the 2010 and 2018 census data; and iii) and identify the effectiveness of the National Jaguar Conservation Strategy and the long-term prospects of survival of the species in Mexico.

Methods

Records of occurrence

We developed a dataset of jaguar occurrences in Mexico over the past 20 years (1998–2018) from journal articles, technical reports, theses, books, other documentation, and unpublished records compiled by specialists from two workshops which included data from track signs, camera traps, GPS radio telemetry and jaguars killed. Most of the 15,632 records comprising the dataset came from Oaxaca, Chiapas, and the Yucatan Peninsula region in southern Mexico. Records in the country are from elevations ranging from sea level to about 3,000 masl (Fig 1).

Camera trap surveys

Camera trap surveys were conducted at 13 sites in 2010 and 11 sites in 2018 (Table 1, Fig 2). Supplemental site information was gathered from multiple data sources [e.g., 29,54,57,59–63]. Under the Mexican environmental legislation no permit is required when studies are done with non-intrusive methods such as camera–traps (https://www.gob.mx/semarnat/acciones-y-programas/tramites-relacionados-al-tema-de-vida-silvestre). Sites were selected based on their importance as priority regions for jaguar conservation and knowledge that the working groups had of the areas. We used a standardized jaguar survey protocol designed for the first Cenjaguar [54,57,64], which facilitated comparison and analyses of similar datasets, and the surveys were carried out by personnel from multiple entities such as universities and non-governmental organizations.

The 2010 and 2018 national jaguar censuses were carried out in sampling locations located across the country and representing all vegetation types where the species is known to occur. Study sites (state, site, and plant association) for the Cenjaguar 2010 (top) are the following ones: 1) Sonora: Rosario (dry scrubland and subtropical deciduous forest); 2) Sinaloa: San Ignacio (tropical deciduous forest); 3) Nayarit: Sierra de Vallejo (tropical dry forest); 4) Guerrero: Petatlan (Tropical semideciduous and Pine forests); 5) Oaxaca: Los Chimalapas (tropical rain forest); 6) Chiapas: Montes Azules (tropical rain forest); 7) Tamaulipas: Sierra de Tamaulipas (tropical semideciduous forest); 8) San Luis Potosí: San Nicolas de los Montes (tropical semideciduous and Oak forests); 9) Campeche: Calakmul (tropical semigreen forest); 10) Campeche: 20 de Noviembre (tropical semideciduous forest); 11) Quintana Roo: Caoba (tropical semigreen forest); 12) Quintana Roo: Noh Bec (tropical semigreen forest), and; 13) Quintana Roo: El Edén (tropical deciduous forest).

The sites for the Cenjaguar 2018 (bottom) included the following ones: 1) Sonora: Sahuaripa (dry scrubland and subtropical deciduous forest); 2) Sinaloa: Meseta de Cacaxtla (tropical deciduous forest); 3) Colima: Nevado de Colima (tropical dry forest); 4) Guerrero: Sierra de Chilpancingo (pine-oak forest); 5) Oaxaca: Los Chimalapas (tropical rain forest); 6) Chiapas: Montes Azules (tropical rain forest); 7) Campeche: Calakmul (tropical semigreen forest); 8) Quintana Roo: Laguna Om (tropical semigreen forest); 9) Quintana Roo: El Edén (tropical deciduous forest); 10) Yucatan: Punto Put (tropical deciduous forest), and; 11) San Luis Potosí: Sierra del Abra-Tanchipa (tropical deciduous forest).

The 2010 survey was carried out from March 2008 to June 2010 and the 2018 survey from June 2016 to October 2018. In each study site, thirty-six cameras trap were set up across a ~81 km2 study area, in twenty-seven camera trap stations. The sampling cell was determined as the smallest conservatively estimated home range size for a female in the tropical forest (10 km2; 63, 64) in a given amount of time. The study area was divided into 9 sampling cells, each one of 9 km2, with two single and one double trap stations, Camera trap stations were strategically placed 1–2 km apart between each other to ensure complete coverage of the sampling area and where jaguar signs (e.g., tracks, scats, scrapes) were previously observed on the trails.

The 2010 survey was carried out for 30 days and the 2018 survey for 60 days. However, we used information for our analysis from only the first 30-day period of the 2018 survey to make the data collection period comparable to the 2010 survey. The mean effective sampling effort for each survey was ~800 camera trap days. We used Cuddeback® passive infra-red system (Non-Typical Inc., WI, USA) camera-traps Model E1 for the 2010 survey and Model E2 for the 2018 survey. The camera traps were placed 40–50 cm above the ground and at least 3 m off the trail where we expected jaguars to pass. The cameras remained active 24 hours per day and were configured to take pictures during 5 seconds with a 1-minute delay between photo events.

Density estimates across the priority regions

We used a capture-recapture approach that requires identification of the individuals in the photos to estimate jaguar populations at each site. In order to minimize bias, experts reviewed all the photos of jaguars and made the identification based on their distinctive face and coat markings [65]. Each photo of an individual represented a capture. We compiled a capture history and generated a matrix where we assigned “1” to indicate the capture or recapture of a particular individual during the specific sampling episode and “0” to indicate that the individual was not recorded during the same sampling period [66].

To estimate abundance, we analyzed the capture-recapture history data using CAPTURE [24,66]. Our a priori hypothesis maintained that the heterogeneity of the capture model (Mh) was a reasonable representation of the probability of jaguar capture, and the variability of the capture of individuals would be a better reflection of the demographic status of jaguars in comparison to other models available in CAPTURE [23,25,65,66].

In order to estimate jaguar density, we calculated the effective sampling area which included the area encompassed by the perimeter that was covered by the camera trap stations plus a buffer width outside this perimeter to include those individuals whose home ranges may be partially within the sampling area; we used the mean maximum distance moved (MMDM) to estimate this buffer width [64]. We followed Nichols & Karanth [67] to estimate jaguar densities for the 2018 survey in order to be consistent with the earlier 2010 Cenjaguar survey [54,57] and Karanth & Nichols [23] to calculate variances in density estimates. All estimates used from our study and complementary studies included the mean and lower and upper limits.

Time-calibrated habitat suitability models

To assess jaguar population sizes for each of the two survey periods, we used time-calibrated habitat suitability models. This approach requires estimates of jaguar range at the specific time when the population surveys were conducted and pairs the occurrence data gathered over long periods with corresponding environmental conditions. Model outputs provide robust descriptions of how species select their habitat and reconstruction of habitat dynamics over the time [68–71].

We use the data compiled for the current jaguar distribution to generate the habitat suitability models and the Maxent version 3.4.1 [72] model to describe time-calibrated habitat suitability. This machine learning method generally outperforms other ecological niche model algorithms [73]. Maxent provides an estimate of the probability of distribution of a species based on the principle of maximum entropy and the assumption that all environmental constraints that regulate the species present are included in the model [74].

The methodology for our habitat suitability model (Fig 3) was similar to the approach used by Rodriguez-Soto et al., [49] and we assigned values ranging from 0 (unsuitable habitat) to 1 (optimally suitable habitat). To avoid model over-fitting, we used only quadratic and hinge features and a regularization multiplier of 1. We ran 10-fold cross-validation and assessed variable importance through jackknife estimations.

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Fig 3. Diagram of the methodology used to estimate the jaguar population in Mexico.

The methodology involves determining both the historic and current distribution of the species in Mexico (Top left) and the current natural vegetation cover of the country (Top right). Then using the density estimations in the field in 2010 and 2028, in primary and secondary vegetation with upper and lower estimate limits (middle). Finally, using those estimates and analyses to determine both the priority areas for conservation (lower left) and the national population estimates (lower right) for jaguars.

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In order to reduce sampling bias of the 15,632 jaguar records compiled from Mexico, we applied a spatial filtering algorithm by randomly selecting occurrence records within a radius of 7.5 km, the radial distance of the average female home range size (180 km2) in southern Mexico and obtained a total of 622 records for the years 1998–2008 and 149 records for the years 2010–2018 for the analysis.

We sampled 50,000 random locations across all the country’s territory as background points and evaluated the predictive performance of our model by dividing the jaguar record locations randomly into two groups before model development: 80% of the data comprised a “model training” group and the remaining 20% comprised a “model testing” group for validation. We evaluated the performance of our model by calculating the area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (ROC).

Given that our models were generated to evaluate the areas across the country where jaguar presence would be more likely to occur for the years 2010 and 2018, we reclassified our original continuous models in two habitat suitability classes: low suitability (below the median suitability value of a probability of 0.55) and high suitability (above the median). We only considered the high suitability areas in all subsequent analysis because this model was used to extrapolate the densities of jaguars across the country.

For the time-calibrated habitat suitability models, we generated 1 km2 cell size raster layers for each of the three groups of predictor landscape variables and assumed these variables were important determinants of jaguar habitat (Table 2). One variable group was land cover and vegetation types. We used digital vegetation maps from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography Series IV and VI, for the years 2010 and 2018 respectively [75,76], and classified the land cover into eight classes: tropical rainforests, tropical dry forests, other forests, arid vegetation, grasslands, crops, seasonally flooded vegetation, and secondary vegetation. Data from the second group of landscape variables, elevation and slope, came from the Digital Elevation Model [77–80]. The third group of landscape variables was related to human infrastructure and includes density of towns (data for 2000 and 2010), distance to urban zones (data for 2009 and 2018), and distance to paved roads (data for 2008 and 2012; Table 3).

Sensitivity analysis

We ran sensitivity analysis to identify the optimal combination of thresholds for habitat suitability index. For each region, we generated a continuous positive and negative variation of 10% increases and decreases for each type of cover (primary and secondary) and for each region (given the differences in availability, ecological conditions, and density estimates). We then used the same extrapolation method for all regions in both years (2010 and 2018) and built a parametric sensitivity-analysis [81,82] for each year and each type of cover, relating the proportional change to the estimated population; we used as positive those values equal or larger than the median of the estimate. We identified the tendency and threshold of variation change, in terms of percentage changes in the different covers, regarding the significant change on the estimation. For this, we kept constant the baseline parameters and only the area ratio was altered at a time; these parameters of available vegetation area were altered in incremental and decremental (0.11) of the proportional area of each vegetation. Projections of estimated values were compared with those from our baseline estimation by plotting estimation values against the incremental model from the sensitivity analysis and estimating R2 [81,82]. If vegetation available for each region was highly sensitive larger changes were expected for the estimate and lower R2 values.

Extrapolation of jaguar densities

To estimate the jaguar population size in Mexico, we first needed to determine the extent and location of suitable habitat. Prior studies have shown that jaguars in forested habitats prefer habitat with good vegetation cover and avoid areas modified by human activities such as agriculture, extensive pastures for cattle ranching, paved roads, towns, and so on [34–38]. We extracted all natural vegetation covers within both habitat suitability models, classified each cover according to primary and secondary vegetation types and estimated the area under each type. To estimate the areas, we used vegetation and land cover data layers at a scale of 1:250,000 from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography Series IV and VI [75,76]. Finally, we extrapolated the density estimates obtained by both Cenjaguar and other densities estimates for the country to the potential habitat for jaguars in Mexico.

The complete methodological process is depicted in Fig 3. In order to be as conservative as possible and to obtain weighted population numbers, we generated differential estimates for both primary and secondary vegetation (only with shrubby associations) types within the five conservations regions (Fig 4). Throughout the jaguar geographic range, we defined the following five ecogeographic regions for jaguar conservation in terms of the vegetation types and biogeographic affinities (Fig 5): 1. North Pacific coast (Sonora and Sinaloa); 2. Central Pacific coast (Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima, Michoacán, State of Mexico, and Morelos); 3. South Pacific coast (Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas, and Tabasco); 4. Yucatán Peninsula (Campeche, Quintana Roo, and Yucatán); and 5. North central (Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí, Querétaro, Hidalgo, and Puebla).

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Vegetation types and their broad-scale distribution for 2018 and location study sites from CENJAGUAR within jaguar (a). Time-calibrated species distribution models for 2010 (b) and for 2018 (c) in Mexico.

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Fig 5. The five jaguar conservation regions and different vegetation types across current geographic range of the species in Mexico.

The regions are the following ones: (1) Northern Pacific (Sonora and Sinaloa states); (2) Central Pacific coast (Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima, Michoacan, Mexico, and Morelos states); (3) South Pacific (Guerrero, Oaxaca, and Chiapas states); (4) Yucatan Peninsula (Yucatan, Campeche, and Quintana Roo states); and (5) Northeast and central Mexico (Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi, Queretaro, Puebla and Veracruz states. The vegetation types are as follows: (1) Scrubland (Nortthen Pacific region); (2) Mangrove (Central Pacific coast); (3) Tropical dry forest (Central Pacific coast region); (4) Temperate cloud forest (South Pacific region); (5) Tropical semegreen forest (Yucatan Peninsula); (6) Tropical rain forest (South Pacific region; All photos by Gerardo Ceballos).

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We established each density estimate for every jaguar conservation region, and for each one, we used the lower density estimate (lowest values) to avoid any overestimation and weighted the number according to the available vegetation type (i.e., primary and secondary). For areas within each region classified as suitable habitat and primary vegetation, we used the lowest density estimate and extrapolated the potential number of individuals for the region; for those areas with suitable habitat but with secondary vegetation, we used the lower limit of the lowest density estimate and extrapolated the potential number of individuals for the region.

The techniques used in camera trapping can skew density estimates and most jaguar camera trap studies do not satisfy the requirements necessary to produce unbiased estimates and probably overestimate densities [83,84]. In our case, in order to avoid these biases, we conservatively used the lower limit of the lowest density estimate and applied the previously used Cenjaguar methodology. Nevertheless, our estimates of population size must be viewed with caution given that the information has a potential bias when extrapolating these results to different areas that incorporate the jaguar distribution range in Mexico.

Results

Distribution and habitat suitability models

Jaguars are still present in the tropical and subtropical regions of Mexico, from Sonora to Chiapas in the Pacific coast, and from Tamaulipas in the East coast to the Yucatan Peninsula in the south (Fig 1). Jaguars are more likely to be found in areas covered by tropical rain forest, tropical dry forest, seasonally flooded tropical forests, and mangroves. They are sometimes found in scrublands, clouds, pine and oak temperate forests adjacent to tropical regions. They are mostly absent in areas of arid vegetation, grasslands, and urban areas (Table 2). The areas identified by our models as with high suitability habitat include the coastal areas from Sonora (Pacific coast) and from Tamaulipas (Gulf coast) in the north of the country to the Yucatan Peninsula and Chiapas in the south, because they maintain large areas of well-preserved habitat. Furthermore, our model identified the Sierra Madre Oriental and Occidental, and the Balsas River basin as important areas for jaguars.

Our model for the 2010 survey identified ~267,063 km2 of high suitability habitat for jaguars in Mexico (roughly 14% of the country), yielding an Area Under the Curve (AUC) value of 0.85, whereas suitable habitat for the 2018 survey was ~288,890 km2 (14.8% of the country), yielding an AUC value of 0.87. These net values suggest a gain of ~20,000 km2 (8%) of suitable habitat for jaguars in the country between the two survey periods, that occurred primarily in the northern range of their distribution, in the states of Sonora and Sinaloa. In contrast, the models showed a loss of suitable habitat in the Yucatan Peninsula, one of the strongholds of jaguar conservation efforts in Mexico. According with our analysis between the 2010–2018 periods, jaguars have lost 19% and 4% of their range in tropical forest and flooded vegetation respectively, likely due to habitat transformation in southern Mexico. In the other hand, jaguars have gained range in dry forests (4%), arid vegetation (41%) and other forests (95%); this probably due to the increasing of jaguar knowledge in the northern region of Mexico in the last 10 years and the opportunistically adaptation of jaguars to exploit other suitable habitats.

Density estimates across priority regions

Jaguar densities varied greatly across sites and slightly increased from 2010 to 2018 (Table 4, Fig 6). Average (±SD) jaguar density across all sampled sites was 2.8±1.2 ind/100 km2 for 2010 and 3.0±1.4 ind/100 km2 for 2018. Jaguar densities were lower in the drier subtropical sites in northwestern Mexico (e.g., 1.05 ind/100 km2 in Sonora) and higher towards the center of the country and especially in the Yucatan Peninsula region (e.g., 4.76 ind/100 km2 in El Edén).

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Fig 6. Jaguar population estimates in the 2010 (left bars) and for 2018 (right bars) censuses in Mexico.

Suitable habitat available for 2010 (black line) and 2018 (gray line). Note: The population showed a ~20% increase in that period and suitable habitat also increased for four of the five regions and overall country.

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Sensitive analysis

In terms of model sensitivity, time-calibrated habitat suitability models showed that variables such as elevation, arid vegetation and tropical forests showed the most significant contribution to the overall performance of the model, accounting for 61.5% of the total contribution for 2010, and 57.4% for the 2018 model (Table 3). For both vegetation types in both years, estimates have apparent low sensitivity to changes in the amount of cover (Fig 7); in all cases, sensitivity curves indicate that the thresholds for significant changes in our estimations are above 0.50 in all scenarios. Furthermore, for both cover types in 2018 and secondary vegetation in 2010, R2 values were low (0.05, 0.05 and 0.11, respectively), while primary vegetation in 2010 showed a larger R2 value (0.11) and relatively more significant change.

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Fig 7.

Sensitivity analysis of jaguar estimations in relation to changes in primary and secondary vegetation in the (A) 2010 and (B) 2018 censuses in Mexico. The thresholds for significant changes in our estimations are above 0.50 in all scenarios. This means that our jaguar population density estimations would change only if the vegetation changes would be over 50%, indicating the robustness of our the thresholds for significant changes in our estimations are above 0.50 in all scenarios analyses.

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Jaguar population size 2010–2018

Interestingly, there was a 20% increase on the average jaguar population estimate in Mexico between 2010 and 2018. Based on the analysis of the suitable habitat and extrapolations from jaguar abundance estimates in each survey (2010, 2018) in the five priority regions, we calculated a total jaguar population in Mexico of 4,025 (±570) in 2010 and 4,766 (±706) in 2018. The largest estimated numbers of individuals were located in the Yucatan Peninsula in both surveys, with an estimate of over 2,000 jaguars for the two censuses. The lowest value was in the northern central region, with estimates of 375 (±233) in 2010 and ~480 (±101) in 2018 (Table 3). Most regions across the country showed a significant increase in the number of potential individuals (Table 3), and the largest variation in the number of estimated individuals occurred in the southern Pacific region (Fig 6).

Discussion

This study is the first nation-wide field data-based assessment of jaguar abundance and population size in a country throughout its distribution range. It represents an important step forward in the conservation efforts for this species because it establishes a baseline database and highlights the need and value of large-scale, national population assessments. Similar efforts for jaguars and other large cats, such as tigers and lions, have been extremely useful in the guidance of conservation needs and actions [1,24,78,83,85–88].

Our data shows that the jaguar population in Mexico has increased in the past 8–10 years. This time-period framework represents the evaluation of jaguar conservation status in approximately one jaguar generation length (~ 6.8 years) [32]. The censuses provided critical data that advanced our understanding of the life history and needs of jaguars and critical guidance for effective conservation measures. Other studies, based on continent-scale models, have estimated similar population numbers for Mexico. For example, using the same regional populations as we did, de la Torre et al. [33] estimated a total population of 2,860 jaguars, whereas a study by Jedrzejewski et al. [89], which used a coarser data set and one that was not specific to Mexico, estimated a population of 4,343 (3,400±5,383), which approximated to our calculated number.

Based on the results from the 2010 survey, the National Alliance for Jaguar Conservation in Mexico (ANCJ; Spanish acronym) defined priority conservation actions to reduce the most pressing threats to jaguar populations across the country, primarily habitat fragmentation, road and other infrastructure development, human-wildlife conflicts, inappropriate tourism development, and poaching [49,50]. While these threats are common throughout the jaguar range [33], specific and targeted conservation actions in Mexico were designed for each region under the ANCJ umbrella.

The 2010–2018 increases despite human population growth, expansion of infrastructure, illegal hunting, and other threats, may be explained by a combination of factors. For example, there has been an increment in tropical land cover with suitable jaguar habitat, especially in western Mexico; protection of nature reserves such as biosphere reserves; payment of environmental services to landowners located on jaguar habitat; law enforcement; community-based conservation and education; and cattle insurance for jaguar predation [39,49,50,90,91]. It is interesting to note that the Yucatan Peninsula region, which has the largest jaguar population in Mexico, showed large habitat loss and, as expected, little increase in the population.

Collective and coordinated actions at regional and national scales are required to ensure sustainable and healthy populations in Mexico. Our results highlight the importance of integrating solid, coordinated science initiatives to inform decision-making for successful conservation [82,92]. More limited, isolated, research and conservation approaches are useful to focus at regional scales, but are insufficient to develop a national conservation strategy. Such large-scale strategy is fundamental to try maintaining jaguars in Mexico and any other country.

The Cenjaguar has identified areas throughout the country which have varying degrees of isolation and other attributes important for jaguar conservation, the spatial distribution of their populations, and estimates of their potential sizes, information that is essential to effective conservation pathways [49–51,81,93,94]. Further refinements and analyses of these and other potential habitat areas [49] will provide additional useful and realistic evaluations of their conservation potential.

Our study shows that focusing on strategic components tackling the most urgent threats for jaguar survival is fundamental for maintaining the populations. We believe our Cenjaguar approach, which is collaborative, inclusive, systematic, and at the national scale, offers the best opportunity to provide high-quality scientific information for jaguar conservation in Mexico [50,90]. The conservation of such iconic species in Mexico requires further reduction of the main human-related threats common along the jaguar’s geographic range, such as habitat loss and hunting [27] and the protection of all the remaining the habitat identified as critical for the survival of the species.

The permanence of viable jaguar populations in Mexico will crystalize the vision and efforts of many people involved in jaguar conservation past and present. It will show that the coexistence of jaguars and people is possible if appropriate measures are taken. And it will offer hope for Mexico, its biological diversity, and its people in the most challenging and dangerous time that has been faced by humanity.

Acknowledgments

We would like to express our profound gratitude to all stakeholders involved in this project and acknowledge the contribution of the scientific community and all the landowners who supported our efforts by providing logistics and the use of borrowed facilities. We are extremely grateful to the Alianza WWF-Fundacion Telmex/Telcel for the continuous support that has made possible and successful our study. We are especially thankful to Marcela Velasco and Sergio Pathger for their continuous support and encouragement. Our special thanks must be given to Jesus Pacheco, who provided logistic support and to Dr. Ronald Bjorkland for comments and editing of a previous version of the manuscript.

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Speakers

Aamer Charania

Capital One

Aashish Pathak

AUSIEX

Abdulla Al Attas

PLUS Malaysia

Abdullah Biary

United Cooperative Assurance (Saudi Arabia)

Abeda Essop

Sanlam

Abhi Mehta

Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (Queensland)

Abid Adam

Axiata

Abigail Bradshaw

Australian Cyber Security Centre

Abood Ali Alzahim

Saudi Human Rights Commission (KSA)

Adam Ciperski

ThoughSpot

Adam Fox

MassMututal

Adele Jones

Nedbank (South Africa)

Adenike Cosgrove

Proofpoint

Adi Tobias

Uber

Adri Purkayastha

Adri Purkayastha

BNP Paribas

Adrian Denoon

Hollard Insurance (South Africa)

Adriana Flores

Qlik México

Adriano Ruz

AXA no Brasil

Adrián Ramirez

Grupo Kuo

Agustina Villamide

Dott

Ahmed Nabil Mahmoud

Standard Chartered Bank (UAE)

aimee whitcroft

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency

Al Silipigni

City National Bank

Alaa Moussawi

Alaa Moussawi

New York City Council

Alan Barbosa

Grupo Pro Security

Alan Bluwol

Servian

Alan Chatt

IBM

Alan Lowthorpe

Wesfarmers

Alan Sharvin

Reece Group

Albert Suryadi

Mirvac

Alec Berkley

BundleB2B

Alec Sproten

Breuninger

Alejandro Correa Bahnsen, PhD

RappiBank

Alejandro Schwartz

Gocleer

Alex Gay

SenseOn

Alex Golbin

Morning Star

Alex Pryor

iOCO (South Africa)

Alexandra Gillon-Livesey

JP Morgan

Alexandra Rice

Santander

Alexandre Pieyre

IQ-EQ

Alice Fitch

Whola

Alison Murphy

Legend

Alla K. Woodson

GE Healthcare

Allison Martinez

Chevron Phillips

Alok Sahoo

Singapore Telecommunications

Alwyn Thomas

Financial Times

Amanda Green

Laminex Australia

Amanda White

Taylor Pass Honey

Amaresh Tripathy

Amaresh Tripathy

Genpact

Amit Chaubey

AISA

Amit Prasad

Nolan Transportation

Amit Vanmali

Deloitte Africa (South Africa)

Andras Valko

SBAB Bank

Andre Guerreiro

Claro Brasil

Andrea Arias

Corteva

Andres de la O. Jimenez

Anheuser-Busch InBev

Andrew Aho

InterSystems

Andrew Aoukar

PwC Australia

Andrew Ballard

Dataiku & Leidos Australia

Andrew Kay

Illumio

Andrew Latham

Illumio

Andrew Sheedy

Fortinet

Andrew Smuts

Standard Bank (South Africa)

Andrew Wan

The Smith Family

André Barata

CITI

André Penariol

Raízen

Andy Sutton

Endeavour Drinks

Angeliki Kiakotou

Entain Group

Anil Kumar

Fraedom

Ankit Patel

Humana

Ann-Maree Beard

New Zealand Police

Anna Campbell

People and Transformation Expert

Anna Felländer

Anna Felländer

AI Sustainability Centre

Anna Gibaeva

Mars

Anna-Lisa Miller

Spectris

Anne Kwan

Deloitte Consulting LLP

Annette Franz

CX Journey Inc.

Anthony Spence

Boots UK

Anuradha Lipare

Gojek

Ari Kaplan

Datarobot

Ari Niemi

SOK Group

Armando Busto Iturbide

Ironwood Pharmaceuticals

Armin Kech

Middle East Broadcasting Center (UAE)

Arturo Cardenas

eBay

Arturo Castillo

ABB

Arun Shastry

Berkshire Hathaway

Arvee Manaog

EG Australia

Arvind Tyagi

Department of Education, Skills, and Employment (DESE)

Источник: https://www.coriniumintelligence.com/speakers

Las voces nos inspiran

INCmty conecta con Latinoamérica a los mejores speakers del mundo, para inspirar e impulsar el desarrollo emprendedor de la comunidad. Conoce algunos de ellos:

 

Cofundador y CEO de Vaynermedia, emprendedor serial, Inversionista ángel, gurú del marketing digital y conferencista, conocido por hacer crecer el negocio de vino de su familia de $3 millones a $60 millones. Trabaja con compañías de Fortune 500 para desarrollar contenido y estrategia de medios sociales y digitales

Presidente de VaynerX, una compañía de medios y comunicaciones moderna.

CEO activo de VaynerMedia, una agencia de publicidad que se ha convertido en una de las mejores capacidades de su clase en medios pagados, estrategia, creatividad de servicio completo, marketing influyente, IoT & Voice, comercio electrónico, marca personal, marketing SMB y consultoría interna.

Miembro de la junta de Ad Council y Pencils of Promise y Charity:Water desde hace mucho tiempo.

Juez en la primera serie original de Apple “El planeta de las aplicaciones” junto a Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba y Will.i.am.

Lanzó #AskGaryVee, un programa de preguntas y respuestas sobre negocios y consejos en línea que más tarde lo llevó a lanzar DailyVee, un vlog completo que documenta su vida como CEO.

 Inversionista ángel o asesor de Uber, Birchbox, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter y Tumblr, entre otros. Pionero en la práctica de construir una marca personal, tiene más de 12 millones de seguidores combinados en las redes sociales, produciendo contenido diariamente en Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Spotify entre otros.

Disruptor por excelencia, fundador de Virgin Group, que conjunta cuatrocientos exitosos negocios en cincuenta países.

Sir Richard Branson es el Fundador de The Virgin Group, un grupo de inversión internacional líder en su área, y una de las marcas más reconocidas y respetadas a nivel mundial. The Virgin Group ha ayudado a crear más de 400 exitosos negocios en sectores como telefonía móvil, viajes y transportación, servicios financieros, ocio y entretenimiento, y salud y bienestar. Actualmente emplea a más de 60,000 personas y opera en más de 50 países.

Aventurero de corazón, Branson disfruta de las experiencias extremas, como ser el más rápido en cruzar el Océano Atlántico, viajar en globo aerostático y hacer kitesurf a través del Canal.

Es considerado el usuario número uno de Twitter en el Reino Unido, el CEO más sociable del mundo y la persona más seguida en Linkedin a nivel mundial. También tiene un blog con más de 21 millones de seguidores.

En 2004, Branson fundó Virgin Unite, una fundación sin fines de lucro que se dedica a enfrentar problemas sociales y ambientales, y a hacer del negocio una fuerza de bien.

Fundadora de Hustle 2.0 Creadora de organizaciones innovadoras en educación transformativa y correccional. Nombrada por Fast Company como una de las 100 personas más creativas en los negocios

Fundadora del Programa de Emprendimiento en Prisiones y Defy Ventures.

Miembro de Ashoka.

Es autora de “A Second Chance: For You, For Me, and the Rest of Us”, un libro sobre nuevos comienzos, perdón, vergüenza y el poder de la posibilidad.

Anfitrión de BRAIN GAMES en NATGEO, Futurista, Narrador de historias, cineasta y conferencista reconocido mundialmente

Jason Silva es anfitrión de la serie Brain Games y nominada al Emmy de National Geographic Channel

Autor de profesión, creador de la serie web “Shots of Awe”, microdocumentales que exploran la creatividad, la innovación, la tecnología, el futurismo, la metafísica, el existencialismo y la condición humana. En resumen: Filosofía, Ciencia y Arte para la generación YouTube.

Creador de la serie web “Future of Us” para AOL, que explora la tecnología exponencial y el futuro de la humanidad.

Conferencista mundial, se ha presentado en TEDGlobal, eventos para Microsoft, IBM, Adobe, Oracle, Electronic Arts, Honeywell, PEPSICO, Intel, Dolby y muchos más, en todo el mundo.

Creador de las conferencias que se venden antes de anunciar a los speakers: TED Conference. Autor de más de 90 libros, ha sido galardonado como uno de los más grandes visionarios del mundo.

Autor nominado al Premio Pulitzer Lo que pasa en Las Vegas, se queda en YouTube.

Catalogado como un Top 50 MBA Professor

Fundador de Equalman Studios donde ha producido trabajos para Disney, Raytheon, Chase, Verisign, Hearts on Fire y muchas otras marca.

Autor nominado al Premio Pulitzer de Socialnomics.

Ha innovado como ningún otro en el mundo de la robótica, redefiniendo los estándares de calidad y creatividad en el área. Su dedicación y pasión por el tema le ha llevado a crear robots llamados androides que asemejan a los humanos física y mentalmente como nunca antes se había hecho, dándoles un fuerte sentido de presencia. El Laboratorio de Inteligencia Robótica de la Escuela de Ciencias de la Ingeniería de la Universidad de Osaka, Japón, es el lugar donde las ideas de Ishiguro nacen, se desarrollan y se vuelven realidad.

Uno de los mejores ex-jugadores de la NFL, miembro del Salón de la Fama, en su trayectoria recolectó éxitos y aprendizajes que hoy aplica como empresario, actor, activista humanitario y conferencista motivacional.

Ilustrador y animador de Rick y Morty de Netflix

Líder mundial reconocido en transformación digital

Director de la Facultad de Programas de Marketing Digital y Estrategia de Negocios Digitales de Columbia Business School, así como Fundador y Coanfitrión de la aclamada conferencia BRITE, organizada por la universidad, donde cientos de CEOs y CMOs de empresas globales se reúnen con las principales compañías de tecnología, de medios y emprendedores para abordar los desafíos de construir marcas sólidas en el mundo de la era digital. David también ha impartido talleres y programas estratégicos para ejecutivos en cientos de empresas globales como Google, GE, Toyota, Visa, SAP, IBM, entre otras, y actualmente da conferencias sobre transformación digital, marketing digital, big data y el impacto de las tecnologías emergentes en los negocios.

Mujer multifacética que, además de ser actriz, tiene un doctorado en Neurociencia, es escritora y maneja una plataforma en línea para fomentar el conocimiento. Actualmente protagoniza la exitosa comedia de CBS, The Big Bang Theory, por la cual ha recibido dos Premios Critics Choice, cuatro nominaciones a los Premios Emmy y siete nominaciones a los Premios SAG. A lo largo de su carrera como actriz, ha aparecido en varias series de televisión, pero eso no es todo: también ha escrito varios libros, entre ellos ‘Girling Up: How to be Strong, Smart, and Spectacular’, que llegó a formar parte de la lista de los Best Sellers de New York Times, y su más reciente, ‘Boying Up: How to Be Brave, Bold and Brilliant’. Además, actualmente Mayin también maneja su sitio web GrokNation.com, una plataforma en línea para que personas de todas las edades y orígenes puedan profundizar sobre temas contemporáneos.

Director General de Cinépolis, la compañía más grande de exhibición cinematográfica en América Latina, con presencia en México, Brasil, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Centro América, India, España y los Estados Unidos. Se desempeñó como Representante de México ante la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE) y fungió como Secretario Técnico del Gabinete de Desarrollo Humano y Social del Gobierno de México. Trabajó para el Banco Mundial y para el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo en las áreas de pobreza y desarrollo humano. Es co-autor del libro “Pobreza, Desarrollo Humano y Pueblos Indígenas en América Latina”. Es Presidente del Consejo Mexicano de Negocios, del Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia, Presidente de Fundación Cinépolis, Presidente de Mexicanos Primero, una iniciativa para elevar la calidad de la educación en México.

Participa en los Consejos BBVA Bancomer. el Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad, de Grupo Alfa, Escuela de Salud Pública de Harvard, Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de Harvard y Miembro del Consejo de la Universidad de Harvard.

Fue nombrado Young Global Leader para el Foro Económico Mundial en 2005. En 2012 co- presidió la Reunión Anual del Foro Económico Mundial en Davos, Suiza y presidió el Comité Organizador del B20, la Cumbre Empresarial del G20.

Es licenciado en Economía por la Universidad de Harvard. Estudió una Maestría en Desarrollo Económico en la Universidad de Oxford. Además cuenta con una Maestría en Administración de Empresas de la Escuela de Negocios de Harvard.

José Antonio Fernández Carbajal es Presidente Ejecutivo del Consejo de Administración de FEMSA y Presidente del Consejo Directivo del Tecnológico de Monterrey. Previo a estos puestos, de 1995 a 2014 fue Director General de FEMSA, y de 2001 a 2014, fue Presidente del Consejo de Administración de la compañía. Desde 2010, es Vicepresidente del Consejo de Administración de Heineken Holding y Presidente del Comité de las Américas de Heineken. José Antonio también es Presidente de los Consejos de Coca-Cola FEMSA y Fundación FEMSA, y es Co-Presidente Emérito del Instituto México del Woodrow Wilson Center y Presidente Emérito de la U.S.-Mexico Foundation. Además, actualmente es miembro del Consejo de Industrias Peñoles, y en 2017 fue elegido como miembro del Consejo del Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Comunicadora en la radio, la televisión y los medios digitales

Con 30 años de experiencia como comunicadora en la radio, la televisión y los medios digitales, así como en el giro editorial y en el de personal branding, Martha Debayle ha transformado la manera en que marcas, instituciones y asociaciones con causa social conectan con sus audiencias. Es pionera en content marketing y storytelling, y ha consolidado su empresa MMK Group como uno de los medios más eficaces y creativos en la industria de la publicidad en México, con las plataformas editoriales bbmundo, The Beauty Effect y revista moi. Además, Martha es considerada una de las mujeres más influyentes y poderosas del país, y una de las 10 empresarias más exitosas en los medios de comunicación según la revista Forbes.

Emprendedor social fundador del Programa Token

Emprendedor social fundador del Programa Token, una moneda alternativa para alimentar a los necesitados sin intercambio de efectivo

 Presidente de VaynerX, una compañía de medios y comunicaciones moderna.

 CEO activo de VaynerMedia, una agencia de publicidad que se ha convertido en una de las mejores capacidades de su clase en medios pagados, estrategia, creatividad de servicio completo, marketing influyente, IoT & Voice, comercio electrónico, marca personal, marketing SMB y consultoría interna.

 Miembro de la junta de Ad Council y Pencils of Promise y Charity:Water desde hace mucho tiempo.

 Juez en la primera serie original de Apple “El planeta de las aplicaciones” junto a Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba y Will.i.am.

 Lanzó #AskGaryVee, un programa de preguntas y respuestas sobre negocios y consejos en línea que más tarde lo llevó a lanzar DailyVee, un vlog completo que documenta su vida como CEO.

 Inversionista ángel o asesor de Uber, Birchbox, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter y Tumblr, entre otros. Pionero en la práctica de construir una marca personal, tiene más de 12 millones de seguidores combinados en las redes sociales, produciendo contenido diariamente en Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Spotify entre otros.

Niño prodigio que, desde una edad muy temprana, demostró un interés por la tecnología. Hoy, a sus 13 años, es un desarrollador de software, autor de un libro de programación llamado Swift, asesor de IBM y anfitrión de una serie de televisión de Facebook Live llamada “Watson Made Simple with Tanmay” (Watson en términos sencillos, con Tanmay). Además, tiene un canal de Youtube a través del cual comparte su conocimiento. Tanmay utiliza la computación cognitiva, la computación en la nube y el internet aplicado a los objetos diarios, para aumentar la capacidad de la gente en los campos de salud, educaciones especiales, educación y negocio.

Científico del Centro de Investigación Watson IBM

Científico de Investigación en el Centro de Investigación Watson IBM. Ha dirigido la Iniciativa de Investigación de Caminos Profesionales del área de Transformación Educativa desde septiembre de 2015. Anterior a eso, lideraba las plataformas de telecomunicaciones y el grupo de investigación de infraestructura en IBM Research en India. También fue investigador en NEC Labs, Princeton e ingeniero de software en Hughes Software Systems, trabajando en el diseño y desarrollo de sistemas de comunicación por satélite.

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  • From El Bajío, Tultitlán

    40 min
  • From Gokartmanía, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    54 min
  • From Cinemex Platino, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    48 min
  • From Crull GYM, Tultitlán

    37 min
  • From Starbucks, Cuautitlán Izcalli

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  • From Cinemex, Cuautitlán Izcalli

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  • From La Casa de Toño, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    51 min
  • From LG Electronics, Cuautitlán Izcalli

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  • From Ecatepec, Ecatepec De Morelos

    60 min
  • From Bodega Comercial Mexicana, Tultitlán

    55 min

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Station NameDistance
Avenida Montevideo, 591 min walkVIEW
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Montevideo3 min walkVIEW
Metrobús: La Villa4 min walkVIEW
Metrobús: Deportivo 18 de Marzo4 min walkVIEW
Montiel, 924 min walkVIEW
Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 17904 min walkVIEW
La Villa4 min walkVIEW
Montiel - Union5 min walkVIEW
Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 4175 min walkVIEW
Deportivo 18 de Marzo Avenida Insurgentes Norte Tepeyac Insurgentes Gustavo A. Madero Cdmx 07020 México5 min walkVIEW
Station NameDistance
Deportivo 18 de Marzo7 min walkVIEW
Line NameDirection
RUTA 1Metro 18 de MarzoVIEW
45Chapultepec (Metro)VIEW
RUTA 18Metro 18 de MarzoVIEW
RUTA 89TorresVIEW
122Deportivo 18 de Marzo (Metro)VIEW
130PachucaVIEW
492La BrechaVIEW
6Dirección El RosarioVIEW
1El Caminero - Indios VerdesVIEW
3Etiopía - TenayucaVIEW
RUTA 18Metro MuzquizVIEW
58Bachilleres 19 San AgustínVIEW
METRO LA VILLA - VALLE DE ECATEPECMetro La VillaVIEW
RUTA 18Metro TlatelolcoVIEW
RUTA 18ArboledasVIEW
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RUTA 18Merced - La VillaVIEW
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    • Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 206207(208) is 128 meters away, 2 min walk.
    • Montevideo is 164 meters away, 3 min walk.
    • Metrobús: La Villa is 286 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Metrobús: Deportivo 18 de Marzo is 289 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Montiel, 92 is 293 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 1790 is 295 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • La Villa is 298 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Montiel - Union is 323 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 417 is 365 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Deportivo 18 de Marzo Avenida Insurgentes Norte Tepeyac Insurgentes Gustavo A. Madero Cdmx 07020 México is 368 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Deportivo 18 de Marzo is 506 meters away, 7 min walk.
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Coyoacán metro station

Mexico City metro station

Coyoacán is a metro station along Line 3 of the Mexico City Metro.[2][3] It is located in the Benito Juárez borough of Mexico City.[2] It is at the intersection of Universidad and Coyoacán avenues. Right outside the station lies the Centro Coyoacán shopping mall, Radio Fórmula and Bancomer headquarters. It is also close to the Cineteca Nacional and Coyoacán district.

General information

The station logo depicts a coyote.[2][3] In fact, the Náhuatl word of Coyohuacan means place of coyotes.[2] According to early plans for Line 3, the station was originally destined to be known as Metro Bancomer, after Centro Bancomer, a banking center located above the station. This being a commercial name, metro authorities decided instead to name the station after nearby Avenida Coyoacán which leads to the popular downtown section of Coyoacán. The station opened on 30 August 1983 as part of a southward extension of the line.[4]

This station has a cultural display, which houses temporary exhibits by art students.[2]

Metro Coyoacán serves the Colonia del Valle and Xoco neighborhoods as well as Coyoacán.[2]

Ridership

Annual passenger ridership
Year Ridership Average daily Rank % change Ref.
20199,780,26126,79552/195+3.48%[1]
20189,451,63825,89454/195+8.65%[5]
20178,699,19623,83361/195−0.24%[6]
20168,719,79823,82464/195−5.39%[7]
20159,216,96525,25155/195−4.78%[8]
20149,679,49726,51953/195−3.49%[9]
201310,029,70927,47856/195+16.80%[10]
20128,586,90123,46176/195+1.40%[11]
20118,468,25523,20083/175+1.15%[12]
20108,372,33922,93760/175[13]

Nearby

  • Cineteca Nacional, cinematheque.

Exits

  • Northeast: Avenida Universidad and Real Mayorazgo street, Xoco
  • Southeast: Avenida Universidad and Real Mayorazgo street, Xoco
  • West: Martín Mendalde street, Colonia del Valle

References

External links

Mexico City Metro stations

Benito Juárez, Mexico City

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  • From El Bajío, Tultitlán

    40 min
  • From Gokartmanía, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    54 min
  • From Cinemex Platino, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    48 min
  • From Crull GYM, Tultitlán

    37 min
  • From Starbucks, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    39 min
  • From Cinemex, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    48 min
  • From La Casa de Toño, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    51 min
  • From LG Electronics, Cuautitlán Izcalli

    47 min
  • From Ecatepec, Ecatepec De Morelos

    60 min
  • From Bodega Comercial Mexicana, Tultitlán

    55 min

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Station NameDistance
Avenida Montevideo, 591 min walkVIEW
Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 206207(208)2 min walkVIEW
Montevideo3 min walkVIEW
Metrobús: La Villa4 min walkVIEW
Metrobús: Deportivo 18 de Marzo4 min walkVIEW
Montiel, 924 min walkVIEW
Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 17904 min walkVIEW
La Villa4 min walkVIEW
Montiel - Union5 min walkVIEW
Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 4175 min walkVIEW
Deportivo 18 de Marzo Avenida Insurgentes Norte Tepeyac Insurgentes Gustavo A. Madero Cdmx 07020 México5 min walkVIEW
Station NameDistance
Deportivo 18 de Marzo7 min walkVIEW
Line NameDirection
RUTA 1Metro 18 de MarzoVIEW
45Chapultepec (Metro)VIEW
RUTA 18Metro 18 de MarzoVIEW
RUTA 89TorresVIEW
122Deportivo 18 de Marzo (Metro)VIEW
130PachucaVIEW
492La BrechaVIEW
6Dirección El RosarioVIEW
1El Caminero - Indios VerdesVIEW
3Etiopía - TenayucaVIEW
RUTA 18Metro MuzquizVIEW
58Bachilleres 19 San AgustínVIEW
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RUTA 18Metro TlatelolcoVIEW
RUTA 18ArboledasVIEW
RUTA 18La Villa - La Brecha IIVIEW
RUTA 18Merced - La VillaVIEW
RUTA 18La Villa - ChalmaVIEW
ESASAPraderaVIEW
18Ampliación Gabriel HernandezVIEW
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    • Avenida Montevideo, 59 is 72 meters away, 1 min walk.
    • Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 206207(208) is 128 meters away, 2 min walk.
    • Montevideo is 164 meters away, 3 min walk.
    • Metrobús: La Villa is 286 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Metrobús: Deportivo 18 de Marzo is 289 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Montiel, 92 is 293 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 1790 is 295 meters away, 4 min walk. veterans day 2020 observed federal holiday
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    • Montiel - Union is 323 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Avenida Insurgentes Norte, 417 is 365 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Deportivo 18 de Marzo Avenida Insurgentes Norte Tepeyac Insurgentes Gustavo A. Madero Cdmx 07020 México is 368 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Deportivo 18 de Marzo is 506 meters away, 7 min walk.
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Ilustrador y animador de Rick y Morty de Netflix

Líder mundial reconocido en transformación digital

Director de la Facultad de Programas de Marketing Digital y Estrategia de Negocios Digitales de Columbia Business School, así como Fundador y Coanfitrión de la aclamada conferencia BRITE, organizada por la universidad, donde cientos de CEOs y CMOs de empresas globales se reúnen con las principales compañías de tecnología, de medios y emprendedores para abordar los desafíos de construir marcas sólidas en el mundo de la era digital. David también ha impartido talleres y programas estratégicos para ejecutivos en cientos de empresas globales como Google, GE, Toyota, Visa, SAP, IBM, entre otras, y actualmente da conferencias sobre transformación digital, marketing digital, big data y el impacto de las tecnologías emergentes en los negocios.

Mujer multifacética que, además de ser actriz, tiene un doctorado en Neurociencia, es escritora y maneja una plataforma en línea para fomentar el conocimiento. Actualmente protagoniza la exitosa comedia de CBS, The Big Bang Theory, por la cual ha recibido dos Premios Critics Choice, cuatro nominaciones a los Premios Emmy y siete nominaciones a los Premios SAG. A lo largo de su carrera como actriz, ha aparecido en varias series de televisión, pero eso no es todo: también ha escrito varios libros, entre ellos ‘Girling Up: How to be Strong, Smart, and Spectacular’, que llegó a formar parte de la lista de los Best Sellers de New York Times, y su más reciente, ‘Boying Up: How to Be Brave, Bold and Brilliant’. Además, actualmente Mayin también maneja su sitio web GrokNation.com, una plataforma en línea para que personas de todas las edades y orígenes puedan profundizar sobre temas contemporáneos.

Director General de Cinépolis, la compañía más grande de exhibición cinematográfica en América Latina, con presencia en México, Brasil, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Centro América, India, España y los Estados Unidos. Se desempeñó como Representante de México ante la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE) y fungió como Secretario Técnico del Gabinete de Desarrollo Humano y Social del Gobierno de México. Trabajó para el Banco Mundial y para el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo en las áreas de pobreza y desarrollo humano. Es co-autor del libro “Pobreza, Desarrollo Humano y Pueblos Indígenas en América Latina”. Es Presidente del Consejo Mexicano de Negocios, del Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia, Presidente de Fundación Cinépolis, Presidente de Mexicanos Primero, una iniciativa para elevar la calidad de la educación en México.

Participa en los Consejos BBVA Bancomer. el Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad, de Grupo Alfa, Escuela de Salud Pública de Harvard, Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de Harvard y Miembro del Consejo de la Universidad de Harvard.

Fue nombrado Young Global Leader para el Foro Económico Mundial en 2005. En 2012 co- presidió la Reunión Anual del Foro Económico Mundial en Davos, Suiza y presidió el Comité Organizador del B20, la Cumbre Empresarial del G20.

Es licenciado en Economía por la Universidad de Harvard. Estudió una Maestría en Desarrollo Económico en la Universidad de Oxford. Además cuenta con una Maestría en Administración de Empresas de la Escuela de Negocios de Harvard.

José Antonio Fernández Carbajal es Presidente Ejecutivo del Consejo de Administración de FEMSA y Presidente del Consejo Directivo del Tecnológico de Monterrey. Previo a estos puestos, de 1995 a 2014 fue Director General de FEMSA, y de 2001 a 2014, fue Presidente del Consejo de Administración de la compañía. Desde 2010, es Vicepresidente del Consejo de Administración de Heineken Holding y Presidente del Comité de las Américas de Heineken. José Antonio también es Presidente de los Consejos de Coca-Cola FEMSA y Fundación FEMSA, y es Co-Presidente Emérito del Instituto México del Woodrow Wilson Center y Presidente Emérito de la U.S.-Mexico Foundation. Además, actualmente es miembro del Consejo de Industrias Peñoles, y en 2017 fue elegido como miembro del Consejo del Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Comunicadora en la radio, la televisión y los medios digitales

Con 30 años de experiencia como comunicadora en la radio, la televisión y los medios digitales, así como en el giro editorial y en el de personal branding, Martha Debayle ha transformado la manera en que marcas, instituciones y asociaciones con causa social conectan con sus audiencias. Es pionera en content marketing y storytelling, y ha consolidado su empresa MMK Group como uno de los medios más eficaces y creativos en la industria de la publicidad en México, con las plataformas editoriales bbmundo, The Beauty Effect y revista moi. Además, Martha es considerada una de las mujeres más influyentes y poderosas del país, y una de las 10 empresarias más exitosas en los medios de comunicación según la revista Forbes.

Emprendedor social fundador del Programa Token

Emprendedor social fundador del Programa Token, una moneda alternativa para alimentar a los necesitados sin intercambio de efectivo

 Presidente de VaynerX, una compañía de medios y comunicaciones moderna.

 CEO activo de VaynerMedia, una agencia de publicidad que se ha convertido en una de las mejores capacidades de su clase en medios pagados, estrategia, creatividad de servicio completo, marketing influyente, IoT & Voice, comercio electrónico, marca personal, marketing SMB y consultoría interna.

 Miembro de la junta de Ad Council y Pencils of Promise y Charity:Water desde hace mucho tiempo.

 Juez en la primera serie original de Apple “El planeta de las aplicaciones” junto a Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba y Will.i.am.

 Lanzó #AskGaryVee, un programa de preguntas y respuestas sobre negocios y consejos en línea que más tarde lo llevó a lanzar DailyVee, un vlog completo que documenta su vida como CEO.

 Inversionista ángel o asesor de Uber, Birchbox, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter y Tumblr, entre otros. Pionero en la práctica de construir una marca personal, tiene más de 12 millones de seguidores combinados en las redes sociales, produciendo contenido diariamente en Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Spotify entre otros.

Niño prodigio que, desde una edad muy temprana, demostró un interés por la tecnología. Hoy, a sus 13 años, es un desarrollador de software, autor de un libro de programación llamado Swift, asesor de IBM y anfitrión de una serie de televisión de Facebook Live llamada “Watson Made Simple with Tanmay” (Watson en términos sencillos, con Tanmay). Además, tiene un canal de Youtube a western security bank heights wicks billings mt del cual comparte su conocimiento. Tanmay utiliza la computación cognitiva, la computación en la nube y el internet aplicado a los objetos diarios, para aumentar la capacidad de la gente en los campos de salud, educaciones especiales, educación y negocio.

Científico del Centro de Investigación Watson IBM

Científico de Investigación en el Centro de Investigación Watson IBM. Ha dirigido la Iniciativa de Investigación de Caminos Profesionales del área de Transformación Educativa desde septiembre de 2015. Anterior a eso, lideraba las plataformas de telecomunicaciones y el grupo de investigación de infraestructura en IBM Research en India. También fue investigador en NEC Labs, Princeton e ingeniero de software en Hughes Software Systems, trabajando en el diseño y desarrollo de sistemas de comunicación por satélite.

Fundadora de Victoria147, una plataforma de formación, incubación, aceleración y networking enfocada al desarrollo y empoderamiento de la mujer emprendedora y ejecutiva en México. A la fecha, ha trabajado con más de tres mil mujeres emprendedoras y cuatro mil mujeres ejecutivas, y es la red más grande de su tipo en nuestro país. Victoria147 también cuenta con diferentes ramas enfocadas al mismo propósito, como Academia147, una plataforma educativa que, a través de incubación y desarrollo, ayuda a mujeres a poner en marcha sus ideas; Tienda147, otra plataforma a través de la cual se venden productos creados y desarrollados por carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx emprendedoras; y, finalmente, un portal que constantemente genera y publica contenido relevante para ellas.

El hombre oráculo y CEO del importante sitio web de tendencias Trend Hunter

Jeremy Gutsche, fundó y dirige TrendHunter.com, el sitio web de tendencias que cuenta en su haber con más de dos billones de visitas desde su lanzamiento y es toda una referencia mundial sobre lo que estará de moda y es necesario tomar en cuenta en diferentes rubros de negocios.

Medios como The Guardian, Global TV, Globe and Mail, Association Week y MTV, lo han apodado “una nueva raza de detector de tendencias”, “ojo de águila”, “oráculo”, “una lata intelectual de Red Bull” y “vanguardista de lo cool”.

Gutsche estudió Innovación en la Universidad de Stanford, hizo un MBA en la Universidad de Queen’s, es un Analista Financiero Certificado y se graduó como Canciller Escolar de la Universidad de Calgaria, donde también fue nombrado el Graduado de la Década.

Adolescente investigador acreedor al Premio Jefferson

Nombrado por algunos como el Edison de la nueva era

Jack Andraka tenía  sólo 15 años de edad cuando desarrolló una prueba de detección temprana de cáncer de páncreas, ovarios y pulmón que podía adquirirse a un bajo costo. Los resultados revolucionarios de su invención le valieron reconocimiento internacional cuando todavía era un adolescente, y le hicieron acreedor al Premio Jefferson, de gran prestigio en los Estados Unidos.

Hoy en día, Andraka hace su carrera en Stanford y comparte su testimonio con jóvenes y adultos de todo el mundo. Da conferencias en universidades, colegios, organizaciones de tecnología, corporaciones y hospitales, donde platica sobre su experiencia personal, su investigación y sus ideas para hacer una reforma en la educación enfocada we vibe sync amazon la ciencia, la tecnología, la ingeniería y las matemáticas.

Fundadora de Gresmex empresa declarada por la ONU como una de las 100 empresas que salvarán a la humanidad, nominada también por el World Economic Forum como la Pionera en Tecnología.

En 1999 Gabriela de León, ingeniera en Bioquímica Industrial de la UAM, se dio cuenta que no había un producto que le garantizara la protección de sus hijos ante las amenazas del medio ambiente, por lo que creó Gresmex, una empresa dedicada a la producción y distribución de antisépticos, desinfectantes y esterilizantes, desarrollados para neutralizar el 99,99% de los patógenos.

Gracias a sus creaciones innovadoras 100% mexicanas, la ONU incluyó a Gresmex dentro de la lista de las 100 empresas que salvarán a la humanidad. La compañía también fue invitada por la Secretaría de Economía a participar en el Diálogo de CEOs en Washington, Estados Unidos, como ejemplo de compañía innovadora.

En 2012 Gabriela fue ganadora al Premio Emprendedor del Año de Ernst & Young en la Categoría de Impacto Social y en 2015 fue nominada por el World Economic Forum como la Pionera en Tecnología. Tiene también un profundo interés por apoyar a los emprendedores y ha sido panelista en distintos eventos y programas, entre ellos la Semana del Emprendedor y el Strategic Growth Forum.

Ingenioso joven de negocios, nombrado el emprendedor no.1 en E.U.A. por la revista BusinessWeek

Nombrado Top Innovator in Retail por The Boston Globe 

Creó una experiencia de marca tan singular y única, una panadería que no vende pan sino camisetas, que los consumidores hacen largas filas que se extienden por cuadras para adquirir las ya icónicas playeras.

Ha colaborado con los Simpson, Looney Tunes. Nickelodeon. Ahora comparte su receta secreta para hacer Negocios y Marketing Virales a través de sus conferencias de gran contenido energía y dinamismo.

CEO and co-founder of Delivering Happiness

 

COMMUNITY

Источник: https://www.incmty.com/

Coyoacán metro station

Mexico City metro station

Coyoacán is a metro station along Line 3 of the Mexico City Metro.[2][3] It is located in the Benito Juárez borough of Mexico City.[2] It is at the intersection of Universidad and Coyoacán avenues. Right outside the station lies the Centro Coyoacán shopping mall, Radio Fórmula and Bancomer headquarters. It is also close to the Cineteca Nacional and Coyoacán district.

General information

The station logo depicts a coyote.[2][3] In fact, the Náhuatl word of Coyohuacan means place of coyotes.[2] According to early plans for Line 3, the station was originally destined to be known as Metro Bancomer, after Centro Bancomer, a banking center located above the station. This being a commercial name, metro authorities decided instead to name the station after nearby Avenida Coyoacán which leads to the popular downtown section of Coyoacán. The station opened on 30 August 1983 as part of a southward extension of the line.[4]

This station has a cultural display, which houses temporary exhibits by art students.[2]

Metro Coyoacán serves the Colonia del Valle and Xoco neighborhoods as well as Coyoacán.[2]

Ridership

Annual passenger ridership
Year Ridership Average daily Rank % change Ref.
20199,780,26126,79552/195+3.48%[1]
20189,451,63825,89454/195+8.65%[5]
20178,699,19623,83361/195−0.24%[6]
20168,719,79823,82464/195−5.39%[7]
20159,216,96525,25155/195−4.78%[8]
20149,679,49726,51953/195−3.49%[9]
201310,029,70927,47856/195+16.80%[10]
20128,586,90123,46176/195+1.40%[11]
20118,468,25523,20083/175+1.15%[12]
20108,372,33922,93760/175[13]

Nearby

  • Cineteca Nacional, cinematheque.

Exits

  • Northeast: Avenida Universidad and Real Mayorazgo street, Xoco
  • Southeast: Avenida Universidad and Real Mayorazgo street, Xoco
  • West: Martín Mendalde street, Colonia del Valle

References

External links

Mexico City Metro stations

Benito Juárez, Mexico City

Источник: https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Coyoac%C3%A1n_metro_station

Tenaris S.A.

Société Anonyme

29, avenue de la Porte-Neuve, 3rd Floor,

L-2227 Luxembourg

RCS Luxembourg B 85 203

Notice of ferry edmonds kingston price Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and of an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders to be held on June 1, 2011

Notice is hereby given to holders of ordinary shares of Tenaris S.A. (the “Company”) that the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will be held on June 1, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. (Luxembourg time) and that an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company will be held immediately after the adjournment of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company. Both meetings (the “Meetings”) will be held at 29, avenue de la Porte-Neuve, 3rd Floor, L-2227 Luxembourg. At the Annual General Meeting, shareholders will vote on the items listed below under the heading “Agenda for the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders”. At the Extraordinary General Meeting, shareholders will vote on the items listed below under the heading “Agenda for the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders”.

Agenda for the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders

1.           Consideration of the Board of Directors’ management report and certifications and the independent auditors’ reports on the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008, and the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010.

2.           Approval of the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008.

3.           Approval of the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010.

4.           Allocation of results and approval of dividend payment for the year ended December 31, 2010.

5.           Discharge of the members of the Board of Directors for the exercise of their mandate during the year ended December 31, 2010.

6.           Election of members of the Board of Directors.

7.           Compensation of members of the Board of Directors.

8.           Appointment of the independent auditors for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2011, and approval of their fees.

9.           Authorization to the Board of Directors to cause the distribution of all shareholder communications, including its shareholder meeting and proxy materials and annual reports to shareholders, by such electronic means as is permitted by any applicable laws or regulations.

Agenda for the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders

1.           Adaptation of the Company’s Articles of Association to the abolishment of the law of July 31, 1929, and the termination of the holding company status thereunder by:

(i)           the amendment of article 1 of the Company’s Articles of Association to read as follows: “Tenaris S.A. is a société anonyme governed by these Articles of Association and by the applicable laws and regulations of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg”.

 

 

 

(ii)           the amendment to article 2 of the Company’s Articles of Association by replacing its last paragraph with the following: “In general, the Company may carry out any permitted activities which it may deem appropriate or necessary for the accomplishment of its corporate object”.

2.           Change of the date of the annual general meeting of shareholders so that it be held on the first Wednesday of May of each year at 11:00 a.m., and consequential amendment to article 15 of the Company’s Articles of Association by replacing its first paragraph with the following: “The annual general meeting shall meet each year in the city of Luxembourg at the place indicated in the notices of meeting on the first Wednesday of Interest rate on capital one money market at 11:00 a.m. If such day falls on a legal or banking holiday in Luxembourg, the general shareholders meeting shall be held on the first business day thereafter”.

Pursuant to the Company’s Articles of Association and Luxemburg law, resolutions at the Annual General Sign in cash net usa of Shareholders will be passed by simple majority vote, irrespective of the number of shares present or represented. The Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders convened to consider a proposed amendment to the Company’s Articles of Association may not validly deliberate on such amendment unless at least half of the share capital is present or represented. If the required quorum is not met at the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on the first call, a second call may be made by means of notices published twice, at twenty (20) days interval at least and in any case twenty (20) days before the meeting, in the Mémorial C, Recueil des Sociétés et Associations (Luxembourg Official Gazette) and two Luxembourg newspapers. Such notices shall in addition be made in accordance with the publicity requirements of the regulated markets where the shares, or other securities representing shares, are listed. On second call, the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders may validly deliberate, regardless of the number of shares present or represented. Either on the first or second call, the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders may validly adopt resolutions with a two-thirds majority of the votes of the shares present or represented.

Procedures for Attending the Meetings

Any shareholder registered in the Company’s share register on May 27, 2011 (the “Record Date”) shall be admitted to the Meetings and may attend the Meetings in person.

Any shareholder registered in the Company’s share register on the Record Date may also vote by proxy. To vote by proxy, shareholders must file a completed proxy form not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date at any of the addresses indicated below or, in the case of shares held in Mexico, with S.D. Indeval, S.A. de C.V. (Paseo de la Reforma #255, 2o. y 3er. piso Col. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City).

 

Any shareholder holding shares through fungible securities accounts wishing to attend the Meetings in person must present a certificate (issued by the financial institution or professional depositary holding such shares) evidencing deposit of its shares and certifying the number of shares recorded in the relevant account as of the Record Date. Certificates certifying the number of shares recorded carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx the relevant account as of a date other than the Record Date will not be accepted and such shareholders will not be admitted to the Meetings. Each certificate must (i) indicate the stock exchange on which the shares evidenced by such certificate trade, and (ii) in case of certificates evidencing shares trading on the Argentine or Italian stock exchanges, certify that such shares have been blocked for trading until the date of the Meetings. Certificates must be filed not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date, at any of the addresses indicated below or, in the case of shares held through fungible securities accounts in Mexico, with S.D. Indeval, S.A. de C.V. (Paseo de la Reforma #255, 2o. y 3er. piso Col. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City).

Any shareholder holding its shares through fungible securities accounts may central dermatology cary north carolina vote by proxy. To do so, any such shareholder must present a certificate (issued by the financial institution or professional depositary holding such shares) evidencing deposit of its shares and certifying the number of shares recorded in the relevant account as of the Record Date. Certificates certifying the number of shares recorded in the relevant account as of a date other than the Record Date will not be accepted and any shareholder presenting any such certificate will not be admitted to the Meetings. Each certificate must (i) indicate the stock exchange on which the shares evidenced by such certificate trade, and (ii) in case of certificates evidencing shares trading on the Argentine or Italian stock exchanges, certify that such shares have been blocked for trading until the date of the Meetings.  In addition, such shareholder wishing to vote by proxy must also present a completed american patriot hattiesburg form. Such certificate and proxy form must be filed not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date, at any of the addresses indicated below and, in the case of shares held through fungible securities accounts in Mexico, with S.D. Indeval, S.A. de C.V. (Paseo de la Reforma #255, 2o. y 3er. piso Col. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City).

 

 


 

In the event of shares owned by a corporation or any other legal entity, individuals representing such entity who wish to attend the Meetings in person and vote at the Meetings on behalf of such entity, must present evidence of their authority to attend, and vote at, the Meetings by means of a proper document (such as a general or special power-of-attorney) issued by the respective entity. A copy of such power of attorney or other proper document must be filed not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date, at any of the addresses indicated below. The original documentation evidencing the authority to attend, and vote at, the Meetings, or a notarized and legalized copy thereof, must be presented at the Meetings.

Luxembourg:         29, avenue de la Porte-Neuve, 3rd Floor,

L-2227 Luxembourg

Attn: Adélia Soares

Argentina:    c/o Siderca S.A.I.C.

Carlos María della Paolera 299, piso 16°

(C1001ADA) Buenos Aires

Attn: Horacio de las Carreras and/or Eleonora Cimino

Italy:                      c/o Dalmine S.p.A.

Piazza Caduti 6 luglio 1944 n. 1 24044

Dalmine (BG)

Attn: Alessandro Vottero and/or Teresa Gaini

Mexico:                 c/o Tubos de Acero de México, S.A.

Campos Elíseos 400-17

Col. Chapultepec Polanco

11560 México D.F.

Attn: Félix Todd and/or Cecilia Pérez Valencia

Those shareholders who have sold their shares between the Record Date and the date of the Meetings cannot attend the Meetings or vote by proxy. In case of breach of such prohibition, criminal sanctions may apply.

Holders of American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”) as of each of April 22, 2011, and May 18, 2011, are entitled to instruct THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, as Depositary (the “Depositary”), as to the exercise of the voting rights pertaining to the Company’s shares represented by such holder’s ADRs. Although voting instructions are sent to holders and proxy materials will be available on the Company’s website beginning on April 19, 2011, only those holders of record as of each of April 22, 2011 and May 18, 2011, will be entitled to provide the Depositary with voting instructions. Notwithstanding that holders of ADRs must have held ADRs on each such date, in order to avoid the possibility of double vote, only those positions on May 18, 2011, will be counted for voting instruction purposes. Any eligible ADR holder who desires to give voting instructions with respect of the shares represented by its ADRs must follow the instructions and meet the deadlines set forth in the Depositary’s dedicated proxy card.

Under Luxembourg legislation implementing the EU Transparency Directive, each investor in the Company’s securities should notify the Company and the Luxembourg Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) on an ongoing basis whenever the proportion of the Company’s voting rights held or controlled by such investor exceeds or falls below any of the following thresholds: 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 33.33%, 50% and 66.66%. The total number of issued and outstanding shares and related votes set forth in the second paragraph of the Shareholder Meeting Brochure and Proxy Statement should be used for purposes of determining whether an investor reaches or exceeds each such threshold. Any such notification shall be made as indicated in the Company’s website at www.tenaris.com/investors and in accordance with CSSF regulations. Failure to make such notification will cause the suspension of the exercise of voting rights relating to the shares exceeding the proportion that should have been notified.

 

 


 

The Shareholder Meeting Brochure and Proxy Statement (which contains reports on each item of the agendas for the Meetings, carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx further details on voting procedures) and the forms furnished by the Company in connection with the Meetings, may be obtained at any of the addresses indicated above or upon request by calling (352) 26-47-89-78 (if you are in Luxembourg), 1-800-555-2470 (if you are in the United States), or +1-267-468-0786 (if you are in any other jurisdiction), but also from the Depositary, Borsa Italiana SpA (Piazza degli Affari 6, 20123, Milan, Italy) and S.D. Indeval S.A. de C.V., as from April 22, 2011, between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (local time).

Copies of the Shareholder Meeting Brochure and Proxy Statement and the forms will also be available at www.tenaris.com/investors. Copies of the Company’s 2010 annual report (including the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008, and the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010, together with the independent auditors’ reports and management report and certifications, and the documents referred to in the preceding sentence) may also be obtained free of charge at the Company’s registered office in Luxembourg or upon request by calling (352) 26-47-89-78 (if you are in Luxembourg), 1-800-555-2470 (if you are in the United States), or +1-267-468-0786 (if you are in any other jurisdiction).

Cecilia Bilesio

Secretary to the Board of Directors

April 19, 2011

Luxembourg

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tenaris S.A.

Société Anonyme

29, avenue de la Porte-Neuve, 3rd Floor,

L-2227 Luxembourg

RCS Luxembourg B 85 203

Shareholder Meeting Brochure and Proxy Statement

Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders to be held on June 1, 2011

 

This Shareholder Meeting Brochure and Proxy Statement is furnished by Tenaris S.A. (the “Company”) in connection with the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company and an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company (the “Meetings”) to be held on June 1, 2011 at 29, avenue de la Porte-Neuve, 3rd Floor, L-2227 Luxembourg for the purposes set forth in the accompanying Notice of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and of an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders (the “Notice”). The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. (Luxembourg time) and the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders will be held immediately after the adjournment of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders.

As of the date hereof, there are issued and outstanding 1,180,536,830 ordinary shares, US$1 par value each, of the Company (the “Shares”), including the Shares (the “Deposited Shares”) deposited with various agents for THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, as depositary (the “Depositary”), under the Amended and Restated Deposit Agreement, dated as of March 12, 2008 (the “Deposit Agreement”), among the Company, the Depositary and all holders from time to time of American Depositary Receipts (the “ADRs”) issued thereunder. The Deposited Shares are represented by American Depositary Shares, which are evidenced by the ADRs (one ADR equals two Deposited Shares). Each Share entitles the holder thereof to one vote at general meetings of shareholders of the Company.

Any shareholder registered in the Company’s share register on May 27, 2011 (the “Record Date”) shall be admitted to the Meetings and may attend the Meetings in person.

Any shareholder registered in the Company’s share register on the Record Date may also vote by proxy. To vote by proxy, shareholders must file a completed proxy form not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date at any of the addresses indicated in the Notice.

Any shareholder holding Shares through fungible securities accounts wishing to attend the Meetings in person must present a certificate (issued by the financial institution or professional depositary holding such Shares) evidencing deposit of its Shares and certifying the number of Shares recorded in the relevant account as of the Record Date. Certificates certifying the number of Shares recorded in the relevant account as of a date other than the Record Date will not be accepted and such shareholders will not be admitted to the Meetings. Each certificate must (i) indicate the stock exchange on which the Shares evidenced by such certificate trade, and (ii) in case of certificates evidencing Shares trading on the Argentine or Italian stock exchanges, certify that such Shares have been blocked for trading until the date of the Meetings. Certificates must be filed not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date, at any of the addresses indicated in the Notice.

Any shareholder holding its Shares through fungible securities accounts may also vote by proxy. To do so, any such shareholder must present a certificate (issued by the financial institution or professional depositary holding such Shares) evidencing deposit of its Shares and certifying the number of Shares recorded in the relevant account as of the Record Date. Certificates certifying the number of Shares recorded in the relevant account as of a date other than the Record Date will not be accepted and any shareholder presenting any such certificate will not be admitted to the Meetings. Each certificate must (i) indicate the stock exchange on which the Shares evidenced by such certificate trade, and (ii) in case of certificates evidencing Shares trading on the Argentine or Italian stock exchanges, certify that such Shares have been blocked for trading until the date of the Meeting. In addition, such shareholder wishing to vote by proxy must also present a completed proxy form. Such certificate and proxy form must be filed not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date, at any of the addresses indicated in the Notice.

 

 


 

In the event of Shares owned by a corporation or any other legal entity, individuals representing such entity who wish to attend the Meetings in person and vote at the Meetings on behalf of such entity, must present evidence of their authority to attend, and vote at, the Meetings by means of a proper document (such as a general or special power-of-attorney) issued by the respective entity. A copy of such power of attorney or other proper document must be filed not later than 4:00 p.m. (local time) on the Record Date, at any of the addresses indicated in the Notice. The original documentation evidencing the authority to attend, and vote at, the Meetings, or a notarized and legalized copy thereof, must be presented at the Meetings.

Each holder of ADRs as of each of April 22, 2011, and May 18, 2011, pge bill pay options entitled to instruct the Depositary, as to the exercise of the voting rights pertaining to the Shares underlying such holder’s ADRs.  Although voting instructions are sent to ADR holders and proxy materials are available on the Company’s website beginning on April 19, 2011, only those holders of record at each of April 22, 2011, and May 18, 2011, will be entitled to provide the Depositary with voting instructions.  Notwithstanding that holders of ADRs must have held ADRs on each such date, in order to avoid the possibility of double vote, only those positions on May 18, 2011, will be counted for voting instruction purposes.

Any eligible ADR holder who desires to give voting instructions in respect of the Shares underlying its ADRs must follow the instructions and meet the deadlines set forth in the dedicated proxy card. If the Depositary receives proper instructions (i) in the case of any ADR holder giving instructions through a written proxy card, by 5:00 p.m., New York City time, on May 26, 2011, and (ii) in the case of any ADR holder using internet or telephone voting by 11:59 p.m., New York City time, on May 25, 2011, then the Depositary shall vote, or cause to be voted, the Shares underlying such ADRs in the manner prescribed by the instructions. However, if by the above referred deadlines, the Depositary receives no instructions from the holder of ADRs, or the instructions received by the Depositary are not in proper form, then the Depositary shall deem such ADR holder to have instructed the Depositary to vote the Shares underlying any such ADRs in favor of any proposals or recommendations of the Company (including any recommendation by the Company to vote such underlying Shares on any given issue in accordance with the majority shareholder vote on that issue) and, for these purposes, the Depositary shall issue a proxy to a person appointed by the Company to vote the Shares underlying such holder’s ADRs in favor of any such proposals or recommendations. No instruction shall be deemed given, and no proxy shall be given, with respect to any matter as to which the Company informs the Depositary that (i) it does not wish such proxy given, (ii) it has knowledge that substantial opposition exists with respect to the action to be taken at the Meeting, or (iii) the matter materially and adversely effects the rights of the holders of ADRs.

Any holder of ADRs entitled to provide the Depositary with voting instructions in respect of the Shares underlying its ADRs, is also entitled to revoke any instructions which it has previously given to the Depositary by filing with the Depositary a written revocation or submitting new instructions at any time prior to the above referred deadlines. No instructions, revocations or revisions thereof shall be accepted by the Depositary after such deadlines.

Holders of ADRs maintaining non-certificated positions must follow voting instructions given by their broker or custodian bank, which may provide for earlier deadlines for submitting voting instructions than those indicated above.

Due to regulatory differences and market practices in each country where the Shares or ADRs are listed, holders of Shares traded on the Argentine and Italian stock exchanges who have requested admission to the Meetings, or who have issued a proxy voting instruction, must have their Shares blocked for trading until the date of the Meetings, while holders of Shares traded in the Mexican stock exchange and holders of ADRs traded in the New York stock exchange need not have their Shares or ADRs, as the case may be, blocked for trading. However, the votes of holders of Shares traded on the Mexican stock exchange who sell their Shares between May 26, 2011, and May 31, 2011, shall be disregarded for voting purposes.

 

 


 

Under Luxembourg legislation implementing the EU Transparency Directive, each investor in the Company’s securities should notify the Company and the Luxembourg Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) on an ongoing basis whenever the proportion of the Company’s voting rights held or controlled by such investor exceeds or falls below any of the following thresholds: 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 33.33%, 50% and 66.66%. The total number of issued and outstanding shares and related votes set forth in the second paragraph of the Shareholder Meeting Brochure and Proxy Statement should be used for purposes of determining whether an investor reaches or exceeds each such threshold. Any such notification shall be made as indicated in the Company’s website at www.tenaris.com/investors and in accordance with CSSF regulations. Failure to make such notification will cause the suspension of the exercise of voting rights relating to the shares exceeding the proportion that should have been notified.

The Meetings will appoint a chairperson pro tempore to preside the Meetings. The chairperson pro tempore will have broad authority to conduct the Meetings in an orderly and timely manner and to establish rules for shareholders who wish to address the Meetings; the chairperson may exercise broad discretion in recognizing shareholders who wish to speak and in determining the extent of discussion on each item of the agendas.

Pursuant to the Company’s Articles of Association and Luxemburg law, resolutions at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will be passed by simple majority vote, irrespective of the number of shares present or represented. The Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders convened to consider a proposed amendment to the Company’s Articles of Association may not validly deliberate on such amendment unless at least half of the share capital is present or represented. If the required quorum is not met at the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on the first call, a second carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx may be made carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx means of notices published twice, at twenty (20) days interval at least and in any case twenty (20) days before the meeting, in the Mémorial C, Recueil des Sociétés et Associations (Luxembourg Official Gazette) and two Luxembourg newspapers. Such notices shall in addition be made in accordance with the publicity requirements of the regulated markets where the shares, or other securities representing shares, are listed. On second call, the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders may validly deliberate, regardless of the number of shares present or represented. Either on first or second call, the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders may validly adopt resolutions with a two-thirds majority of the votes of the shares present or represented.

The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders is called to address and vote on the following agenda:

Annual General Meeting of Shareholders

1.           Consideration of the Board of Directors’ management report and certifications and the independent auditors’ reports on the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008, and the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010.

The board of directors of the Company (the “Board”) recommends a vote FOR approval of the Board’s management report and certifications and the independent auditors’ reports on the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008, and the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010. The Board’s management report on such consolidated financial statements -which has been combined with its management report on the Company’s annual accounts- management’s certifications and the independent auditors’ reports to such consolidated financial statements and annual accounts are included in the Company’s 2010 annual report. A copy of the 2010 annual report is available on the Company’s website at www.tenaris.com/investors and may also be obtained free of charge at the Company’s registered office, between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Luxembourg time or, upon request, by calling (352) 26-47-89-78 (if you are in Luxembourg), 1-800-555-2470 (if you are in the United States), or +1-267-468-0786 (if you are in any other jurisdiction).

 

 


 

2.  Approval of the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008.

The Board recommends a vote FOR approval of the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008, after due consideration of the Board’s management report and certifications and the independent auditor’s reports on such consolidated financial statements. The consolidated balance sheets and the related consolidated statements of income, of cash flows and of changes in equity and the notes to such consolidated financial statements are included in the Company’s 2010 annual report, a copy of which is available on the Company’s website at www.tenaris.com/investors and may also be obtained free of charge at the Company’s registered office, between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Luxembourg time or, upon request, by calling (352) 26-47-89-78 (if you are in Luxembourg), 1-800-555-2470 (if you are in the United States), or +1-267-468-0786 (if you are in any other jurisdiction).

3. Approval of the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010.

The Board recommends a vote FOR approval of the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010, after due consideration of the Board’s management report and certifications and the independent auditor’s reports on such annual accounts. The balance sheet, the profit and loss account and the notes to such annual accounts are included in the Company’s 2010 annual report, a copy of which is available on our website at www.tenaris.com/investors and may also be obtained free of charge at the Company’s registered office, between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx time or, upon request, by calling (352) 26-47-89-78 (if you are in Luxembourg), 1-800-555-2470 (if you are in the United States), or +1-267-468-0786 (if you are in any other jurisdiction).

4.  Allocation of results and approval of dividend payment for the year ended December 31, 2010.

The Board recommends a vote FOR approval of a dividend in U.S. dollars, in the amount of US$0.34 per Share (or US$0.68 per ADR) which represents an aggregate sum of US$401,382,522.20. As required by Luxembourg law, this dividend includes the interim dividend of US$0.13 per Share (or US$0.26 per ADR) paid on November 25, 2010. Accordingly, if this dividend proposal is approved, the Company will make a dividend payment on June 23, 2011, in the amount of US$ 0.21 per Share (or US$ 0.42 per ADR).

The aggregate amount of US$153,469,787.90 distributed as interim dividend on November 25, 2010, was paid from reserves of earnings from the nine-month period ended September 30, 2010. The aggregate amount of US$247,912,734.30 to be distributed as dividend on June 23, 2011, is to be paid from profits earned during the year ended December 31, 2010. The balance of the fiscal year’s profits will be allocated to the Company’s retained earnings account.

Upon approval of this resolution, it is proposed that the Board be authorized to determine or amend, in its discretion, any of the terms and conditions (including payment date) of the dividend payment.

5.           Discharge to the members of the Board of Directors for the exercise of their mandate during the year ended December 31, 2010.

In accordance with applicable Luxembourg law and regulations, it is proposed that, upon approval of the Company’s annual accounts as at December 31, 2010, all who were members of the Board during the year ended December 31, 2010 be discharged from any liability in connection with the management of the Company’s affairs during such year.

6.  Election of the members of the Board of Directors.

The Company’s Articles of Association provide for the annual election by the shareholders of a Board of not less than five and not more than fifteen members. Members of the Board have a term of office of one year, but may be reappointed.

 

 


 

Under the Company’s Articles of Association and applicable U.S. laws and regulations, the Company is required to have an Audit Committee comprised solely of directors who are independent.

The current Board of the Company consists of ten directors. Three members of the Board (Messrs. Jaime Serra Puche, Amadeo Vázquez y Vázquez and Roberto Monti) qualify as independent directors under the Company’s Articles of Association and applicable law and are members of the Audit Committee.

It is proposed that (i) the number of members of the Board be maintained at ten and (ii) all of the current members of the Board be re-elected.

Set forth below is summary biographical information of each of the candidates:

1.           Roberto Bonatti. Mr. Bonatti is a member of the Board. He is a grandson of Agostino Rocca, founder of the Techint group, a group of companies controlled by San Faustin S.A. (“San Faustin”).Throughout his career in the Techint group he has been involved specifically in the engineering and construction and corporate sectors. He was first employed by the Techint group in 1976, as deputy resident engineer in Venezuela. In 1984, he became a director of San Faustin, and since 2001 he has served as its president. In addition, Mr. Bonatti currently serves as president of Tecpetrol S.A. (“Tecpetrol”) and Techint Compañia Técnica Internacional S.A.C.I. He is also a member of the board of directors of Ternium S.A. (“Ternium”), Siderca S.A.I.C. (“Siderca”) and Siderar S.A.I.C. (“Siderar”). Mr. Bonatti is an Italian citizen.

2.           Carlos Condorelli. Mr. Condorelli is a member of the Board. He served as our chief financial officer from October 2002 until September 2007. He is also a board member of Ternium. He began his career within the Techint group in 1975 as an analyst in the accounting and administration department of Siderar. He has held several positions within Tenaris and other Techint group companies, including finance and administration director of Tubos de Acero de México, S.A. (“Tamsa”) and president wells fargo credit card log on the board of directors of Empresa Distribuidora La Plata S.A., or Edelap, an Argentine utilities company. Mr. Condorelli is an Argentine citizen.

3.           Carlos Franck. Mr. Franck is a member of the Board. He is president of Santa María S.A.I.F. and Inverban S.A. and a member of the board of directors of Siderca, Techint Financial Corporation N.V., Techint Holdings S.àr.l., Siderar and Tecgas N.V. He has financial, planning and control responsibilities in subsidiaries of San Faustin. He serves as treasurer of the Di Tella University. Mr. Franck is an Argentine citizen.

4.           Roberto Monti. Mr. Monti is a member of the Board. He is the non-executive chairman of Trefoil Limited and a member of the board of directors of Petrobras Energia. He has served as vice president of Exploration and Production of Repsol YPF and chairman and chief executive officer of YPF. He was also president of Dowell, a subsidiary of Schlumberger and president of Schlumberger Wire & Testing division for East Hemisphere Latin America. Mr. Monti is an Argentine citizen.

5.           Gianfelice Mario Rocca. Mr. Rocca is a member of the Board. He is a grandson of Agostino Rocca. He is chairman of the board of directors of San Faustin, a member of the board of directors of Ternium, president of the Humanitas Group, honorary president of the board of directors of Techint Compagnia Tecnica Internazionale S.p.A. and president of Tenova S.p.A.  In addition, he sits on the board of directors or executive committees of several companies, including Allianz S.p.A and Buzzi Unicem. He is vice president of Confindustria, the leading association of Italian industrialists. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Allianz Group, the Trilateral Commission and the European Advisory Board of the Harvard Business School. Mr. Rocca is an Italian citizen.

6.           Paolo Rocca. Mr. Rocca is chairman of the Board and our chief executive officer. He is a grandson of Agostino Rocca. He is also chairman of the board of directors of Tamsa. He is also chairman of the board of directors of Ternium, director and vice president of San Faustin and director of Techint Financial Corporation N.V. Mr. Rocca is vice chairman of the World Steel Association and a member of the International Advisory Committee of the NYSE Euronext (New York Stock Exchange). Mr. Rocca is an Italian citizen.

 

 

 


 

7.           Jaime Serra Puche. Mr. Serra Puche is a member of the Board. He is chairman of SAI Consultores, a Mexican consulting firm, and a member of the board of directors of Chiquita Brands International, the Mexico Fund, Grupo Vitro, Grupo Modelo and Grupo Financiero BBVA Bancomer. Mr. Serra Puche served as Mexico’s Undersecretary of Revenue, Secretary of Trade and Industry, and Secretary of Finance. He led the negotiation and implementation of NAFTA. Mr. Serra Puche is a Mexican citizen.

8.           Alberto Valsecchi. Mr. Valsecchi is a member of the Board. He served as our chief operating officer from February 2004 until July 2007. He joined the Techint group in 1968 and has held various positions within Tenaris and other Techint group companies. He has retired from his executive positions. He is also a member of the board of directors of San Faustin and has been elected as the chairman of the board of directors of Dalmine, a position he assumed in May 2008. Mr. Valsecchi is an Italian citizen.

9.           Amadeo Vázquez y Vázquez. Mr. Vázquez y Vázquez is a member of the Board. He is an independent member of the board of directors of Gas Natural Ban S.A. He is a member of the Asociación Empresaria Argentina, of the Fundación Mediterránea, and of the Advisory Board of the Fundación de Investigaciones Económicas Latinoamericanas. He served as chief executive officer of Banco Río de la Plata S.A. until August 1997 and was also chairman of the board of directors of Telecom Argentina S.A. cashnetusa phone number customer service April 2007. Mr. Vázquez y Vázquez is a Spanish and Argentine citizen.

10.           Guillermo Vogel. Mr. Vogel is a member of the Board. He is vice chairman of Tamsa, chairman of Grupo Collado S.A.B. de C.V, vice chairman of Estilo y Vanidad S.A. de C.V. and member of the board of directors of Alfa S.A.B. de C.V., the American Iron and Steel Institute, the North American Steel Council, the Universidad Panamericana and the IPADE. In addition, he is a member of the board of directors and of the investment committee of the Corporación Mexicana de Inversiones de Capital and a member of the board of directors and the audit committee of HSBC (México). Mr. Vogel is a Mexican citizen.

Each elected director will hold office until the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders. Should the proposed amendment to the Company’s Articles of Association be approved by the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders to be held immediately after the adjournment of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders would be held on May 2, 2012.

The Board met seven times during 2010. On January 31, 2003, the Board created an Audit Committee pursuant to Article 11 of the Company’s Articles of Association. As permitted under applicable laws and regulations, the Board does not have any executive, nominating or compensation committee, or any committees exercising similar functions.

7.  Compensation of the members of the Board of Directors.

It is proposed that each member of the Board receive an amount of US$80,000 as compensation for his services during the fiscal year 2011. It is further proposed that the members of the Board who are members of the Audit Committee receive an additional fee of US$50,000 and that the Chairman of such Audit Committee receive, further, an additional fee of US$10,000. In all cases, the proposed compensation would be net of any applicable Luxembourg social security charges.

8.           Appointment of the independent auditors for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2011, and approval of their fees.

Based on the recommendation from the Audit Committee, the Board recommends a vote FOR the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers S.àr.l., Réviseur d’entreprises agréé (member firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers) as the Company’s independent auditors for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2011, to be engaged until the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders that will be convened to decide on the 2011 accounts.

In addition, the Board recommends a vote FOR approval crb auto sales the independent auditors’ fees for audit, audit-related and other services to be rendered during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2011, broken-down into five currencies (Argentine Pesos, Brazilian reais, Euro, Mexican Pesos, and U.S. Dollars), up to a maximum amount for each currency equal to AR$7,639,578, BR$399,378, €1,400,546, MX$4,536,343, and US$1,216,570. Such fees would cover the audit of the Company’s consolidated financial statements and annual accounts, the audit of the Company’s internal controls over financial reporting as mandated by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, other audit-related services, and other services rendered by the independent auditors. For information purposes, based on the exchange rate between the U.S. Dollar and each applicable other currency as of December 31, 2010, the aggregate amount of fees for audit, audit-related and other services to be rendered by the independent auditors during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2011, is equivalent to US$5,615,450.

 

 


 

The Board also recommends a vote FOR the granting of an authorization to its Audit Committee to approve any increase or reallocation of the independent auditors’ fees as may be necessary, appropriate or desirable under the circumstances.

9.           Authorization to the Board of Directors to cause the distribution of all shareholder communications, including its shareholder meeting and proxy materials and annual reports to shareholders, by such electronic means as is permitted by any applicable laws or regulations.

In this resolution the Company seeks authorization under Article 16 of the Luxembourg Transparency Law of 11 January 2008 to give, send or supply information (including any notice or other document) that is required or authorized to be given, sent or supplied to a shareholder by the Company whether required under the Company’s Articles of Association or by any applicable law or any other rules or regulations to which the Company may be subject, by making such information (including any notice or is carbmaster yogurt good for you document) available on the Company’s website or through other electronic means.

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Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders

1.           Adaptation of the Company’s Articles of Association to the abolishment of the law of July 31, 1929, and the termination of the holding company status thereunder by:

(i)           the amendment of article 1 of the Company’s Articles of Association to read as follows: “Tenaris S.A. is a société anonyme governed by these Articles of Association and by the applicable laws and regulations of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg”.

(ii)           the amendment to article 2 of the Company’s Articles of Association by replacing its last paragraph with the following: “In general, the Company may carry out any permitted activities which it may deem appropriate or necessary for the accomplishment of its corporate object”.

Following termination of Luxembourg’s 1929 holding company regime under which the Company was originally established, the Board recommends that the Company’s Articles of Association be amended to eliminate references in article 1 and article 2 thereof to the law of July 31, 1929, which has been abolished. Accordingly, the Board recommends a vote FOR the adaptation of the Company’s Articles of Association to the abolishment of the law of July 31, 1929, and the termination of the holding company status thereunder by the amendment of the Company’s Articles of Association as set forth above.

 

 


 

2.           Change of the date regions vom the annual general meeting of shareholders so that it be held on the first Wednesday of May of each year at 11:00 a.m., and consequential amendment to article 15 of the Company’s Articles of Association by replacing its first paragraph with the following: “The annual general meeting shall meet each year in the city of Luxembourg at the place indicated in the notices of meeting on the first Wednesday of May at 11:00 a.m. If such day falls on a legal or banking holiday in Luxembourg, the general shareholders meeting shall be held on the first business day thereafter”.

The Board recommends to change the date of the annual general meeting of shareholders of the Company so that it be held on the first Wednesday of May of each year at 11:00 a.m. Accordingly, the Board recommends a vote FOR the amendment of the Company’s Articles of Association as set forth above.

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The Company expects that the Extraordinary General Meeting of What was the first political party in the united states to be held immediately after the adjournment of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, will approve the proposed amendment to the Company’s Articles of Association to change the date of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders. Accordingly, the Company anticipates that the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders would be held on May 2, 2012. Any shareholder who intends to present a proposal to be considered at the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders is requested to submit its proposal in writing to the Company at any of the offices indicated in the Notice not later than 4:00 P.M. (local time) on February 15, 2012, or in accordance with the procedures set forth under applicable Luxembourg law, in order for such proposal to be considered for inclusion on the agenda for the 2012 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders.

PricewaterhouseCoopers are the Company’s independent auditors. A representative of the independent auditors will be present at the meeting to respond to questions.

Cecilia Bilesio

Secretary to the Board of Directors

TENARIS S.A.

ANNUAL REPORT 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

company profile

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Letter From The Chairman

  3
  

Management Report

  5
  

    Leading indicators

  7

    Information on Tenaris

  8

    Overview

  8

    History and Development of Tenaris

  8

    Business Overview

  8

    Principal Risks and Uncertainties

  15

    Corporate Reorganization

  16

    Operating and Financial Review and Prospects

  18

    Recent Developments

  27

    Environmental Regulation

  27

    Related Party Transactions

  27

    Corporate Governance

  28
  

Management Certification

  38
  

Financial Information

  39
  

    Consolidated Financial Statements

  39

    Tenaris S.A. Annual Accounts (Luxembourg GAAP)

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COMPANY PROFILE

Tenaris is a leading supplier of tubes and related services for the world’s energy industry and certain other industrial applications. Our mission is to deliver value to our customers through product development, manufacturing excellence and supply chain management. We seek to minimize risk for our customers and help them reduce costs, increase flexibility and improve time-to-market. Our employees around the world are committed to continuous improvement by sharing knowledge across a single global organization.


 

 

 

 


 

LETTERFROM THE CHAIRMAN

Dear Shareholders,

Global demand for oil and gas recovered in 2010 fuelled by the economic development of Asian and other major non-OECD nations. To meet growing demand, oil and gas companies are increasing exploration and production expenditure and activity in complex operating environments. And with natural gas expected to play an increasingly important role in the global energy matrix, major operators are investing in shale and other natural gas developments. Recent events in Japan and Libya are likely to reinforce these trends.

Customers and regulators are introducing more stringent operating standards and procedures in response to the tragic blowout of the Macondo well, which halted U.S. Gulf of Mexico deepwater operations. As the leader in our industry, operational excellence, focused on safety, quality, reliability and the environment, has long been the core of our customer value proposition and we are working to ensure that it remains so.

Our capital expenditure reached a record level of US$847 million in 2010 as we continued to position the company to meet the market requirements expected in this energy cycle.

Our new rolling mill in Veracruz will reach full production capacity in the second half of this year, once the heat treatment, threading and inspection lines start up. The mill, which produced its first tube in November, was constructed within its original 25-month schedule and in line with its budget of US$850 million. Incorporating state-of-the-art production technology, the new mill extends our product capabilities, increases capacity, improves the overall productivity of our operations and reduces costs.

In Italy, we completed the repositioning carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx our Dalmine mill, investing to extend the range of high-end products, particularly for deepwater and other offshore applications, and to improve productivity and environmental performance. In the United States, we brought on stream new wells fargo business routing number and heat treatment facilities. These and other investments will strengthen our competitive position.

Our Dopeless® technology is gaining increased customer recognition. The technology offers exceptional operational and environmental benefits for a wide variety of drilling operations. Today 40% of our OCTG sales in the North Sea area are threaded with Dopeless® connections. Elsewhere, Dopeless® products have been tried and tested by customers in a wide variety of applications including thermal wells in Canada, deepwater wells in Angola, jungle wells in Peru, arctic conditions in Russia and desert conditions in Libya.

In North America, we have consolidated a leading position in a market where demand has recovered rapidly. We are focused on growing market sectors such as shale drilling and thermal projects, which require new product and service solutions. Our sales to shale drilling operations now account for 40% of our U.S. OCTG sales. To support these operations, we successfully developed and introduced our new TenarisXP™ connection and opened local offices providing technical services in Pittsburgh and Denver.

In South America, we enhanced our competitive position in the fast-growing Colombian market by establishing a new yard to serve Ecopetrol’s operations and extending our just-in-time service model. In Brazil, although pipeline construction activity slowed down markedly, offshore drilling activity continues to grow. We are working closely with Petrobras and other operators and have supplied casing and premium connections from our plant in Brazil to all of the wells drilled in the Santos basin.

In the Eastern Hemisphere, our regional headquarters in Dubai and our premium threading facility in Saudi Arabia are fully operational and we are starting to see the benefits of closer contact with customers. In Iraq, we were able to move quickly to establish a leading market position in the reactivation of the oil and gas industry. Throughout the region, exploration activity is increasing and complex projects are being undertaken in areas like West Africa, Poland, Russia, the Caspian and Australasia, where our technology, service and local presence allow us to provide differentiated solutions to our customers.

Our environmental performance, as reflected in our energy intensity and Co2 emissions indicators, improved as production recovered to more stable levels at most of our industrial facilities and we saw some initial results from an energy saving project we launched in 2009. However, our safety indicators declined following several years of continuous improvement, in a context where we incorporated many newly hired workers for our operations and had many contractors involved in plant construction activities. Consequently, we have introduced new procedures and training particularly oriented towards induction processes. We are also reinforcing our efforts in analyzing and taking preventive measures to reduce risks in our operations worldwide. The health and safety of our employees and the protection of the environment are clear and integrated priorities at Tenaris, along with the satisfaction of our customers and the development of the communities where we have our operations. We are committed to delivering a constant improvement in our performance in these areas and I am confident that we will do so.

 

 

 


 

Our results for the year only partially reflect the progress we have made. Pipe shipments rose 18%, but revenues and operating income declined, as prices fell reflecting a post-crisis competitive environment with excess capacity particularly for standard products. Earnings per share declined 3% in 2010, but we are confident that, with the investments we have made and a growing market, our results will improve in 2011. We are proposing to maintain the dividend at last year’s level of US$0.34 per share (US$0.68 per ADS). This includes the interim dividend of US$ 0.13 per share (US$0.26 per ADS) paid in November 2010. If approved, the balance of the dividend is expected to be paid in June.

This was a year when the worst effects of the crisis were put behind us. Our employees have worked hard in responding to the challenges of the competitive environment. I want to thank all of them for their efforts and also express my thanks to our customers, suppliers and shareholders for their continuous support and confidence in Tenaris.

April 14, 2011

Paolo Rocca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


MANAGEMENT REPORT

CERTAIN DEFINED TERMS

Unless otherwise specified or if the context so requires:

 

 

References in this annual report to “the Company” refer exclusively to Tenaris S.A., a Luxembourg public limited liability company (société anonyme).

 

 

References in this annual report to “Tenaris”, “we”, “us” or “our” refer to Tenaris S.A. and its consolidated subsidiaries. See Accounting Policies A, B and L to our audited consolidated financial statements included in this annual report.

 

 

References in this annual report to “San Faustin” refer to San Faustin S.A. (formerly known as San Faustin N.V.), a Luxembourg public limited liability company (société anonyme) and the Company’s ballparks of america branson mo shareholder.

 

 

“Shares” refers to ordinary shares, par value $1.00, of the Company.

 

 

“ADSs” refers to the American Depositary Shares, which are evidenced by American Depositary Receipts, and represent two Shares each.

 

 

“tons” refers to metric tons; one metric ton is equal to 1,000 kilograms, 2,204.62 pounds, or 1.102 U.S. (short) tons.

 

 

“billion” refers to one thousand million, or 1,000,000,000.

 

 

“dollars”, “U.S. dollars”, “US$” or “$” each refers to the United States dollar.

 

 

PRESENTATION OF CERTAIN FINANCIAL AND OTHER INFORMATION

 

 

Accounting Principles

 

We prepare our consolidated financial statements in conformity with International Financial Reporting Standards, as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board and adopted by the European Union, or IFRS.

We publish consolidated financial statements expressed in U.S. dollars. Our consolidated financial statements included in this annual report are those as of December 31, 2010 and 2009, and for the years ended December 31, 2010, 2009 and 2008.

 

Rounding

 

Certain monetary amounts, percentages and other figures included in this annual report have been subject to rounding adjustments. Accordingly, figures shown as totals in certain tables may not be the arithmetic aggregation of the figures that precede them, and figures expressed as percentages in the text may not total 100% or, as applicable, when aggregated may not be the arithmetic aggregation of the percentages that precede them.

 

 

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT CONCERNING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

 

This annual report and any other oral or written statements made by us to the public may contain “forward-looking statements”.  Forward looking statements are based on management’s current views and assumptions and involve known and unknown risks that could cause actual results, performance or events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by those statements.

 

 

 

 

We use words such as “aim”, “will likely result”, “will continue”, “contemplate”, “seek to”, “future”, “objective”, “goal”, “should”, “will pursue”, “anticipate”, “estimate”, “expect”, “project”, “intend”, “plan”, “believe” and words and terms of similar substance to identify forward-looking routing number pnc bank philadelphia pa, but they are not the only way we identify such statements. This annual report contains forward-looking statements, including with respect to certain of our plans and current goals and expectations relating to Tenaris’s future financial condition and performance. Sections of this annual report that by their nature contain forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx Overview”, “Principal Risks and Uncertainties”, and “Operating and Financial Review and Prospects”. In addition to the risks related to our business discussed under “Principal Risks and Uncertainties”, other factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements. These factors include, but are not limited to:

 

our ability to implement our business strategy eastern bank account login to grow through acquisitions, joint ventures and other investments;

 

the competitive environment and our ability to price our products and services in accordance with our strategy;

 

trends in the levels of investment in oil and gas exploration and drilling worldwide;

 

general macroeconomic and political conditions in the countries in which we operate or distribute pipes; and

 

our ability to absorb cost increases and to secure supplies of essential raw materials and energy.

 

By their nature, certain disclosures relating to these and other risks are only estimates and could be materially different from what actually occurs in the future. As a result, actual future gains or losses that may affect our financial condition and results of operations could differ materially from those that have been estimated. You should not place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this annual report. Except as required by law, we are not under any obligation, and expressly disclaim any obligation, to update or alter any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Leading indicators

   

2010

  

2009

  

2008

 

SALES VOLUMES (thousands of tons)

         

Tubes-Seamless

  2,206   1,970   2,818 

Tubes-Welded

  744   346   1,057 

Tubes-Total

  2,950   2,316   3,875 

Projects-Welded

  170   334   591 

Total –Tubes+Projects

  3,120   2,650   4,466 
              

PRODUCTION VOLUMES (thousands of tons)

            

Tubes-Seamless

  2,399   1,770   3,005 

Tubes-Welded

  772   249   999 

Tubes-Total

  3,171   2,019   4,004 

Projects-Welded

  230   291   548 

Total –Tubes+Projects

  3,401   2,310   4,552 
              

FINANCIAL INDICATORS (millions of $)

      
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El Equipo de VZComm cuenta con experiencia en el Desarrollo, (Ingeniería de Producto) Fabricación, (Plantas Ensambladoras) y toda la Cadena de Suministro, para entregar nuestros productos directamente sin Intermediarios en las bodegas de nuestros clientes a nivel nacional e internacional.

Adicionalmente hemos Implementado Centros de Reparación y Servicio, (CRS) y coadyuvamos a Certificaciones de Procesos de Calidad, (TL900, ISO, etc.) así como Soluciones a la Cadena de Suministro de Logística Inversa, recuperando sus RGU’s (Revenue Generator Unit), maximizando el rendimiento de sus activos sudando la Cadena de Suministro de los MSO’s.

Nuestros colaboradores son expertos en su campo, con lo que seguramente encontraran una solución para su negocio ya sea en desarrollo de un producto a la medida y su correspondiente Cadena de Suministro para evitar intermediarios.

Desde 2015 año en que iniciamos operaciones, hemos tenido un crecimiento anual de doble dígito y hemos colocado en el mercado más de 7 millones de piezas hasta el cierre de 2018.

Adicionalmente nuestro Equipo de Ingeniería ha desarrollado Productos a la Medida, integrando soluciones, ahorrando costos a nuestros Clientes y Socios de Negocio.

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El alcance del Sistema de Gestión de Calidad de VZComm S.A. de C.V. se establece desde el desarrollo del producto, Incluyendo la homologación, el seguimiento a la fabricación, la distribución y entrega de equipos y accesorios, bajo un sistema de mejoramiento continuo.

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Desarrollar, Fabricar, Distribuir y Entregar Oportunamente Productos de Alta Calidad que generen retención y una buena experiencia al usuario final.

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MISIÓN

Poner al alcance de nuestros clientes, productos de alta calidad y directo de nuestras fábricas contribuyendo a diferenciar los Servicios del Operador.

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VISIÓN

Ser la mejor solución en el Abastecimiento y Servicio Post Venta excediendo las expectativas de nuestros Clientes y Socios de Negocios.

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VALORES

  • Simplicidad
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Nuestro Equipo

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VZComm integra experiencia y talento dedicado de profesionales
reconocidos en el medio de las telecomunicaciones.

Miguel Diaque

Director General

Graduado con honores por la Universidad Iberoamericana en Administración de Empresas con what is the capital city of chile en Mercadotecnia.

Curso la maestría en Finanzas en el ITAM y el Programa de Alta Dirección (AD2) en el Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección (IPADE).

Inició su carrera ocupando diferentes puestos directivos en empresas privadas desempeñándose en las áreas de desarrollo de nuevos proyectos/negocios.

De 1991 a 1994 se desempeña como Director de Mercadotecnia y Ventas de TRIONICA, empresa subsidiaria de Grupo Televisa, introduciendo la marca de Computadoras DELL COMPUTER a México lo que le significó su promoción como Director de Operaciones.

En 1994 Fundó Contec de México y en 1995 se une formalmente a la empresa para ser quien la dirija hasta 2015, llevando a la empresa a ser el Primer Centro de Reparación Profesional en México, consolidándose como proveedor fundamental en la estrategia comercial y de posicionamiento en México y Latino América de fabricantes tales como General Instruments, Jerrold, Scientific Atlanta, Phillips, Motorola, Zenith, RCA Carrera bbva bancomer 2018 cdmx, PACE Microtechnology, Kaon Media, Netgem, entre otras.

Miguel Ángel Peña

Director de Operaciones

Mike Peña es cofundador de VZComm, es responsable de las Áreas de Desarrollo de Operaciones y Desarrollo de productos. Cursó la Ingeniería en Comunicaciones y Electrónica en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional, acumula una experiencia de más de 25 años en el sector de las Telecomunicaciones, tiempo en el cual ocupo diferentes puestos gerenciales y directivos en empresas como BBVA Bancomer, Avantel y Contec.

Además de ser Ingeniero, Mike cuenta con diversas especialidades Técnicas y Comerciales que ha adquirido en Instituciones tales como ESIME, ITESM, ITAM e ICAMI.

Él combina creatividad Técnico-Comercial y un profundo conocimiento del mercado para crear soluciones innovadoras y rentables que han sido bien recibidas y adoptadas en los principales operadores de TV restringida/Proveedores de Internet, desarrollando relaciones de largo plazo.

Carlos Mejía

Director Comercial

Carlos Mejía es Ingeniero Industrial y de Sistemas por el ITESM, teniendo una maestría en la misma institución en Sistemas de Calidad y Productividad.

En 1997, Carlos inició su carrera en la industria electrónica, como Ingeniero de Proceso y Calidad trabajando para IBM en el Campus Tecnológico en Guadalajara. Carlos trabajó en IBM por 20 años, donde acumuló experiencias en diversas áreas de la organización. En áreas comerciales participó en proyectos de la industria de Telecomunicaciones. En 2017, es invitado como Socio y Director Comercial de OFI en México y posteriormente de Future Core, empresas integradoras de servicios de TI.

Ha sido profesor de cátedra del Tecnológico de Monterrey, Universidad Iberoamericana en áreas de Ingeniería Industrial y Líder de Curso para LATAM en la Universidad de Northwestern Kellog en Ventas.

Gerardo Zorrilla

Director Financiero

Graduado por la Universidad Tecnológica de México, donde obtuvo el Testimonio de Desempeño Sobresaliente por el EGEL-CENEVAL.

Cursó la Maestría en Administración de Negocios en la Universidad Tecnológica de México y ha combinado la actividad profesional con la docencia impartiendo clases de Finanzas y Contabilidad Avanzada en la UNITEC.

Inició su carrera en 2006 formando parte de la firma Price WaterHouse Coopers México, desarrollándose en el área de revisión de Estados Financieros y Procesos, estas revisiones incluyeron a empresas como Grupo Danone-BonafontSony Electronics, Grupo Acir entre otras.

Colaboró para empresas privadas desempeñándose como Contador General y Gerente de Administración y Finanzas. Incluyendo dentro de su experiencia laboral, estar a cargo de la Dirección de Finanzas de (GEA) Grupo Especializado de Asistencia, compañía mexicana con filiales en Centro y Sudamérica, donde radicó por varios años.

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Respaldo y Solvencia Financiera

VZComm está respaldado por un ACTIVO GRUPO DE INVERSIONISTAS, con una larga trayectoria de éxitos en los ramos que se desempeñan.

Conocimiento y Experiencia Operativa

VZComm integra Experiencia, Talento y Dedicación de profesionales reconocidos en el Medio de Telecomunicaciones.

Productos Originales (OEM, NOM, RoHS entre otros)

VZComm ofrece una variedad de productos fabricados por OEM y ODM o su equivalente en cuanto a especificaciones, así como los accesorios y partes que cumplen las normas y certificaciones más estrictas del mercado.

Excelencia en Servicio al Cliente

VZComm posee un modelo de abastecimiento Probado que asegura la entrega oportuna, teniendo el Tracking Control desde que se identifica la necesidad, se recibe el PO hasta la entrega en diferentes Centros de Almacenamiento del Cliente en cualquier parte del País o en el extranjero.

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Adicionalmente, VZComm ofrece a sus Clientes y Socios Comerciales los siguientes diferenciadores:

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Participamos en Programas de Fidelidad

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Stocks de Seguridad

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Servicio Door to Door

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En VZComm todos nuestros SKU’s son susceptibles de ser renovados y actualizados, (Refurbishing) lo cual nos permite alargar la vida útil de nuestros productos.

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