With the rise of new digital tools, the Committee of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) of the Venezuelan-British Chamber of Commerce (CVBC), carries out the important forum “Technological Transformation in today’s Venezuela”.
The event, which will be held on November 7th at the campus of the Metropolitan University (Unimet) in Caracas, will have as its strategic objective to serve as an instrument for the dissemination of issues related to the current technological world and mainly to debate the technological transformation of Venezuela.
The forum will be attended by approximately eight expert speakers in charge of the examination or analysis and proposals for the different technological areas in the country.
Ian Stein, General Manager of the Venezuelan-British Chamber of Commerce, expressed his satisfaction for contributing to the materialization of this project in Venezuela. “Both the British Chamber and the other affiliates of Fedeuropa, an institution that includes 10 European binational chambers, support this initiative that will be carried out with great emotion for the first time at the Metropolitan University of Caracas, an institution that has opened its spaces and shared both teaching and research interest for this magnificent event. “
The forum will have the participation of various affiliated and federated companies of Fedeuropa. The most outstanding organizations are: MásQueDigital, Dayco Host, PwC, Know Your Customer, MásQueSeguridad, Avila Go and Artech Digital. Regarding the event, Stein indicated: “The registration will be made through the British Chamber and the other chambers that have joined the initiative. Each institution will have the opportunity for registration and all the information will be sent via email. The deadline is the day before the event,” he explained.
Share valuable experiences
“We hope to have a select audience, composed of executives from numerous technology companies, as well as advanced students in the field of technology, who will have the opportunity to learn and share together valuable experiences and knowledge,” Stein said.
The British Chamber is a non-profit organization that works on behalf of its members to strengthen bilateral trade relations between the United Kingdom and Venezuela.
For Ian Stein, as well as for the CVBC, it is a necessity and a challenge to carry out this event, which adds value to the development and optimization of Venezuelan technology.
We invite you to listen to the video interview that accompanies this delivery and precise details of the day.
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