|For four years in a row, the U.S. has declined in global competiveness rankings. Join today’s business leaders at Nearshore Nexus 2013 on April 24th from 8:30 am-6:30 pm, where they will discuss how Latin American Information Technology can help the U.S. stay competitive. The conference will bring together IT and local business executives to assess how to improve efficiencies, accelerate technical innovation, and dialogue about the opportunities, risks and advantages of developing strategic business relationships in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Keynoting Nearshore Nexus is New York Times columnist Joe Nocera, who will deliver any eye-opening analysis of the trouble that the U.S. is in, and why policies such as immigration reform and education investment require a stronger degree of leadership and attention. Other prominent speakers include VP & C-Level Executives from Staples, Bank of Montreal, Inter-American Development Bank, BRASSCOM, Tata Consultancy Services, MexicoIT and many more.
To register visit: www.nearshorenexus.eventbrite.com and apply code SSMB78NY for a discounted rate of $149 (Full Price is $395). For a full conference agenda see: http://nearshorenexus.com/