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After three successful editions, Think Latin America makes it to Europe this year.
Attendees will meet over a two-day event to sit back, listen, learn, brainstorm, and include that extra spice into their business processes. The Think Latin America program, which aims at taking the world on a tour to Latin America, indulges attendees into interactive presentations and exciting panel discussions. Irrespective of its being organized by language industry leaders, Think Latin America will focus on practices, strategies and cases beyond and above translation to meet the needs of a varied audience. Entrepreneurs, executives and knowledge-seekers will gain all they need to enter, sustain, grow, and capture the Latin American market.
Fabiano Cid and Maria Cecilia Maldonado are the creators and co-organizers of the Think Latin America series of events. “No doubt, the momentum of the three previous editions created magical excitement and positive energies all over,” said Maldonado, Managing Director of SpeakLatam. “And with it came a deep sense of responsibility. Responsibility to touch base with new sizzling topics and to cover and cater to cross-industry professionals while introducing amazing statistics, case stories and technological advancements – content that lead to growth and development,”
Some of the topics planned for this year’s program include:
• What does Latin America have to offer in terms of infrastructure, resources and technology development?
• Imports and exports. How attractive is the trade balance between Latin America and Ireland – or even Europe?
• Digital entrepreneurship is blooming in Latin America: Any opportunities for foreign investment?
• Green IT, sustainable architecture and clean energy: A whole new environment opens up in Latin America.
• On the move: Latin Americans go mobile and no one stops them now.
• It’s the economy, stupid: What schools and government are doing to prepare students for the skill sets they will need to succeed.
Advisory board members from Microsoft, PayPal and more are talking to some of the greatest minds in the industry and beyond to have them lead the discussions and share their stories with the most exclusive, exciting (and excited!) audience in global events covering regional aspects. We are talking about Latin America, after all…
Check out the Think Latin America Dublin hotsite at http://www.tladublin.com. Registration information will follow soon, but you can start planning right now.
For more information, please contact:
+55 (21) 8222-9988
Maria Cecilia Maldonado
+54 (9) 351-3399665
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