The rise of Latin America as a source for software services and innovation has been an unexpected development. How could a region, so widely undervalued by large portions of American society, emerge to such a degree that over 40% of Fortune 1000 companies now source many of their digital initiatives through organizations based in Latin America?
The entire foundation of these relationships, between global businesses and technology innovators, is built on quality and outcomes. But these relationships also yield something that is not as easy to quantify: the transformative and life-altering impacts to local citizens and communities in Latin America. The momentum created by cross-border tech innovation is noteworthy and helps form the foundation of our special dinner event, organized by Nearshore Americas and Applaudo Studios. Held at the:
Award-Winning “Prospect” in the Financial District, San Francisco on Wednesday, March 18th
(5pm – Registration and Cocktails)
Our gathering will aim to include the following benefits:
- Learn how the cultivation of technology hubs and startup incubators is becoming an important component in re-shaping relationships among countries in the Americas.
- Obtain a realistic understanding of the social impacts within Latin America of these tech-services relationships.
- Gain new insights around the evolution of “Nearshore” software delivery, the value of partners in the region – particulary from Central America, and strengths in engineering, design and innovation.
- Network with peer professionals in enterprise technology and startup leadership roles.