•The 2019 edition will be held on November 4-5 at the Costa Rica Convention Center.
•Tickets are already available. Event still offers sponsorship options.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Aug. 27, 2019 -- Costa Rica will become in November the Latin American center for excellence to discuss and analyze the megatrends that trace the guidelines in the global services and manufacturing industry, and their impact on companies' client-centric strategies.
Under the title Megaminds in Megatrends, the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE), will put on the first edition of this congress with new themes presented by the most disruptive international speakers.
The event will have nearly 700 professionals and representatives from more than 300 companies, which will maximize networking opportunities on November 4-5, at the Costa Rica Convention Center.
Among the items to be discussed are: augmented reality and virtual reality applications in new businesses and health, the Internet of Things and its new applications, big data to improve client experience, artificial intelligence as a tool to extend the life cycle of its clients, cyber security’s challenges in new business, the jobs of tomorrow, the use of blockchain in the agritech industry, 5g and the interconnectivity of the ecosystem, and the transformation of the way we live and work. These subjects will be presented by an extensive list of speakers from the most prestigious companies and universities all over the world.
The registration cost is US$ 450 per person. There are still sponsorship options for companies that wish to participate in the exhibition hall.
Entries for the event are limited. Anyone interested in participating please register online at: www.megaminds.cr
and. For more information on sponsorships, please contact:
•Leonardo Ramírez / 506-2201-2829 firstname.lastname@example.org
•Gabriela Alpizar / 506-2201-2834 email@example.com
CINDE is a private, non-profit organization that has been committed to the sustainable development and social progress of Costa Rica for 37 years, by attracting direct foreign investment to high added-value manufacturing and service industries that create quality employment, knowledge transfer, and production chains. CINDE also works to strengthen the Costa Rican business climate, helping support growth in value activities for the country, improving training of local talent, generating employment, and helping provide better opportunities for Costa Rica's people in the country's different communities.
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