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Tue, Aug 04


What will happen to the innovative industries after the end of COVID-19?. Argentina, Brazil and Chile Chapter.

A time to register what happened within the innovation industry in Argentina, Brazil and Chile during the pandemic and understand the different models that were followed by each one, taking into consideration their unique cultures and development stages.

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What will happen to the innovative industries after the end of COVID-19?.           Argentina, Brazil and Chile Chapter.

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Aug 04, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT-3

About the event

What can we learn through this experience and what is the expected future after Covid-19?

This series of webinars and podcasts brings together some of the key players of innovative hubs around the world, through interviews, the exchange of ideas and the sharing of positive experiences, which can provide new ideas and solutions to face the current situation.

Key Speakers:

Juan Pedro Córica , Director of Entrepreneurship at Buenos Aires City Government  - Argentina

Designs and implements policies and programs to support, strengthen and disseminate the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Facilitates and promotes interaction between the public sectors, businessmen, academics and civil society organizations, to enhance support for entrepreneurial activity.

Sergio Monteiro, Portfolio Manager at StartUp Chile 

Sergio is a Commercial Engineer from the University of Chile with mention in administration. Today he serves as the Portfolio Manager of Start-Up Chile, the world's first public accelerator and with one of the largest and most diverse startup communities in the world with +2,000 startups supported.

Paulo Cesar Alvim - Secretary of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at  SEMPI, Ministério   da Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação - MCTI - Brasil 

He is a Civil Engineer, graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Master in Information Science, graduated from the University of Brasília and has a long career managing innovation programs in different sectors of the Brazilian government. He is currently the National Secretary of Entrepreneurship and Innovation of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations - MCTI.

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