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NEWS: The Central Texas Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth(R) (ACG), the global organization focused on driving middle-market growth, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mexican Entrepreneurs Association, AEM, in an effort to actively expose the two organizations to each other’s membership, foster integration, and promote joint programs. Eduardo Berdegue, president of ACG Central Texas, and Roberto Espinosa, President of AEM San Antonio were the signatories of the MOU.

“The initiative is in line with a strategic goal of ACG Global to, not only expand and retain the organization’s membership base, but to do so in a way that diversity is sought and achieved,” said Eduardo Berdegue. “I am thrilled about the opportunities that this relationship will represent to members of the two organizations.”

Under the signed MOU, ACG will offer AEM, and will receive from it reciprocally two 1-year membership for 2 officers; one 1-term seat at the Board of Directors; member discounted rates to regular programs for a limited number of attendees; promotion of AEM’s event calendar among ACG Central members; and development of joint programs.

About Association for Corporate Growth:

ACG’s 14,500 members include professionals from private equity firms, corporations and lenders that invest in middle-market companies, as well as from law, accounting, investment banking and other firms that provide advisory services. Founded in 1954, ACG is a global organization with 56 chapters. Learn more at ACG drives middle market growth.

About ACG Central Texas:

The Central Texas chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth encompasses Austin, San Antonio, and the fast-growing corridor in between. It is one of a handful of Regional chapters in the country, and one of three chapters in Texas. ACG Central Texas has over 200 members and has been among ACG’s fastest growing chapters.

About Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos:

Based in San Antonio and established in 1996, the AEM is a national organization with 2,600 members and 17 chapters in the U.S., twelve of which are located in cities where ACG also has a chapter presence. AEM’s mission is to create business opportunities that promote progress and innovation; and to develop programs that help businesspeople become leaders in their companies’ growth. Learn more at

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