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Contxto – It is no secret that Mobile 360 Latin America wants to bring disruption, innovation, and competition to the region. From June 4 to 6 at the 4YFN space in Mexico City, the conference intends to educate attendants about implementing new technology into their enterprises.
Emergent technology and government strategies to promote Latin America’s digital transformation will be major topics throughout the Mobile 360 event. Besides evaluating today’s ecosystem, both investors and startups will also discover the pros and cons behind incorporating 5G, AI, blockchain, and mobile technology into their business structures.
Based on this, many participants are going to learn how to implement these digital technologies into operations. This way, they can add value to their propositions while staying ahead of the competition as 5G networks continue to roll out.
Keeping this in mind, the gathering will include leadership conferences, keynote lectures, panel discussion, case studies, presentations, plus much more. Some guests will also be showing their latest technology in the Innovation Showcase. Networking spaces are also going to be available for attendees to connect with potential customers, investors, and new possibilities.
Startups will be exhibiting their latest discoveries to investors and industry players at the 4YFN Start-Up Zone. At the same time, five startups will present their products to investors, accelerators, and corporations at the 4YFN Pitches area.
These include EcoCarrier Digital, Lytica, Napify, Incluxion, and GuruHotel. Whoever wins can expect to earn a booth at 4YFN Los Angeles plus free conference room hours at WeWork.
According to organizers, improved mobile connectivity is essential to the digital, economic, and social developments sweeping across Latin America. As mobile network operators prepare to deploy 5G networks, the event hopes to accelerate the pace of adoption.
With that said, the number of IoT connections could triple between 2017 and 2015, reaching 1.3 million. Smartphone use may even reach 78 percent by 2025. In this sense, improved mobile connectivity is paramount to ensuring Latin America’s digital transportation.
Not only are mobile phones the primary way to access the internet but also becoming increasingly more essential to obtain services. These range from health, finances, education, and entrepreneurship.