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Participating in Nearshore Nexus for the second year in a row was Belatrix, based in Mendoza, Argentina.

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Ruddy Ganna of Laurus sees an increasing amount of innovative concepts - built for BPO - coming from Latin America.

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Paulo Bezzara of Brasscom explains that Brazil has the fourth largest ICT market in the world.

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The networking at Nexus was lively, engaging - and brought together many good friends.

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Several top representatives from Colombia’s outsourcing sector participated.

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Greg Lippper, head of global BPO at Staples, stop in at the TCS booth.

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Atento participated in Nexus for the first time.

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Multiple video reports were created from around the conference.

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Over 220 attendees joined the Nexus program - a record breaker!

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Need for contextual understanding in outsourcing is essential said Sourcing Foreign/ Domestic panel.

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Brasscom participated in Nearshore Nexus for the third year in a row.

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The main conference hall of Nexus was at capacity for much of the day.

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Santiago Pinzon of ANDI comments on “bottom of pyramid’ efforts in Colombia BPO.

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Bruno Guicardi explains the types of IT specializations Brazil offers.

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Tom Taylor provided loads of data about Nearshoring and the advantageous positioning of Mexico.

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Alfredo Pacheco, CEO of MexicoIT, stresses that Mexico’s economic rise is continuing with the country’s new president.

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Rodrigo Slelatt of A.T. Kearney sees bright signs coming from Argentina.

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Christian Celis of Capgemini, was one of 18 members of the Power 50, class of 2013, in attendance.

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Nocera says politicians in the U.S. need term limits.

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Island Outsourcers joined Jampro in participating in Nexus.

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Stephanie Moore of Ameritas argues that more U.S. students need to be aware of engineering jobs.

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“Outsourcing makes tremendous economic sense” - Joe Nocera of New York Times.