Deloitte's strategic partnership with World Economic Forum (WEF) for Latin America
Event will be held from 13 to 15 of March, in São Paulo
In parallel, Deloitte promotes an exclusive event for local leaders invited at its office, in São Paulo.
World Economic Forum 2018 (WEF)
Latin America region receives one more edition of World Economic Forum (WEF). It is expected more than 700 leaders all around world in 2018, from private and public sectors and civil society. They will discuss economic, political, social and technological transformations in the region.
Deloitte’s contributions as a Strategic Partner has helped produce fresh ideas, sparked needed debate, and offered forward-thinking approaches to some of the most vexing issues confronting businesses, governments, and civil society.
Event parallel to the WEF in Latin America
Deloitte also promotes an exclusive meeting with businesses leaders at its office in São Paulo.
The objective is to present and discuss one of the main issues that will impact organizations from all sectors: the 4th Industrial Revolution and its consequences, as a determinant of convergence between sectors and markets. Deloitte launched a broad study regarding to the subject in January 2018, during the WEF in Davos, Switzerland.
Altair Rossato, CEO at Deloitte Brasil, and Michele Parmelee, leader of Office of the Deloitte Global CEO and Deloitte Global Programs.
Presentation of the global study “Industry 4.0 – Are you ready?”
Ronaldo Fragoso, Market Development lead at Deloitte Brazil
Discussion panel: “Local experiences”
Visions regarding to challenges of the New Industrial Revolution and its impacts to the businesses environment
Presentation – “Beyond government measures”
How to position ourselves after the announcement that Federal Government must do about its policy for Industry 4.0, during WEF Latin America
A Deloitte tem um propósito claro, que define o que somos e para que existimos: making impacts that matter
50 milhões de futuros preparados para um mundo de oportunidades, na era da Indústria 4.0