From the keynote speech through the debates and networking sessions it was a pleasure to witness the levels of passion and insight displayed by some 200 participants from 12 countries across the Americas, including senior IT, BPO and finance decision makers. Now four editions in, Nexus has established itself as a key fixture in the industry calendar and the premiere conference for Latin America and Caribbean IT innovation and business process services.
Here are a few of our favorite photos from this year’s event (check our Facebook page for many more images).
Award-winning commentator, tech critic, academic and entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa delivers the keynote address.
(Left to right) Atul Vashistha, Rhonda Vetere and Juan Ruiz Cornado discuss the cost of higher value in vendor re-negotiations.
(Left to right) Kirk Laughlin, Alfredo Pacheco, Carlos Diaz and Marco Mejia discuss the transformation of Mexico in the afternoon keynote panel.
FinanceTech's Miguel Garcia Madrazo and Gustavo Peres discuss the business process with other guests during a networking session.
(Left to right) Chris Nuttall, Patrick Casserly, Kevin Parikh, Manuel Gordo and Antonio Moriera participate in a debate on expanding Latin American IT/BPO through M&As.
Nexus attendees network over lunch at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Jersey City.
(Left to right) Dr. Chris Tufton, Ron Mckay, Yoni Epstein, Claude Duncan and Erich Hochstein discuss Jamaica in depth.
Jonathan Tarud, Fabrizio Opertti, Gustavo Pares and Juan Manuel Vilmaux engage in a rigorous debate on capitalizing on market change and disruption.
Nexus took place at the Hyatt Regency on the Hudson, which offers spectacular views of downtown Manhattan.
Nexus attendees enjoy the fresh air and the stunning views of the Hudson River.
Many Nexus attendees gathered for a reception and networking event once the main event was over.
Nexus 2014 united some 200 buyers and sellers from across the US, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Nearshore Americas' Loren Moss with Sascha Mercer and Dr. Emanuel McChesney of the Antigua and Barbuda Investment Authority.
Loren Moss with iTexico CEO Anurag Kumar and Nearshore Americas Managing Director Kirk Laughlin.