7 September. will begin event observerA series of high strategic value meetings that will bring together CEOs, directors, investors, entrepreneurs and executives. In 2022, there will be three essential meetings: a great celebration for 31 years of technology, innovation and L’Observer.
After two years of uncertainty and virtuality, these examples will be essential to learn directly the issues that govern the business agenda in the voice of its protagonist.
first peak technology and new business will be organized next 7 September and Unicorn will bring together benchmarks from companies, investors, entrepreneurs and executives to reflect on the opportunities Uruguay has as a regional technology hub.
The second meeting will be held on October 11 and will focus on the theme of Innovation and New Businesses. Those invited there will consider Uruguay’s opportunities within the framework of a sustainable future.
The last event of the season will be an anniversary cocktail for 31 years of journalism inspector To be held on 25 October.
technology and new business
technology and new business summit will be held next out of 7 September between 8:30 and 13 hours. The meeting will be moderated by Argentine businessman and former deputy, Fascundo Garreton and will take place in the dynamics of a four-panel.
Experts will consider:
How can Uruguay become the new pole of knowledge in Latin America?
The panel will be made up of journalist, entrepreneur and author of the book “Uruguayan Laboratory”, Maria Eugenia Estensoro; Andres Malenki, co-founder and CEO of Turismocity; and Sebastian Stranieri, the founder and CEO of an Argentine company based in Uruguay VU Security.
What is the experience of entrepreneurs who grew up in Uruguay or landed in the country?
The second block includes the co-founder of Globant, the Argentinian unicorn in Uruguay, Gibert Engelbien; Matias Wolowski, co-founder of Argentine unicorn Auth0; Carolina Banales, founder of IQ Insights, and Ximena Aleman, co-founder of Uruguayan fintech Prometo.
What are the initiatives on the part of government and public institutions?
The panel will be made up of Omar Paganini, Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining; + Colonia’s CEO, Eduardo Bustitta; Gastón Frydlewski, leader of Mercado Libre’s Mercado Shops, and Anna Ines Echevern, CEO of Infocorp.
What do investors need from Uruguay to scale companies?
The final panel of the meeting will be made up of Tomas Roggio, head of Latitude Venture; Damien Volts, Director of Patagonia Ventures and CEO of Fiera Studios, Founder of Proto! and Incapital, Martin Guerra, and IC Ventures CEO, Andres Cerciola.
Other meeting examples
next summit will be held on 11 October and will discuss Innovation and new business. That conference will focus on impact and towards a carbon-free economy.
2022 event season will conclude on 25 October with a big celebration 31 years of The Observer Journalism in Uruguay.
The first two programs can be enjoyed live, with free access, from the L’Observer website.