- COLATAM LATAM SUMMIT will take place between June and July 2021 in a fully virtual format.
- The event will feature multiple panels each day, focusing on flexible space as well as additional topics including wellness, women in business, and diversity.
- All proceeds from the sale of tickets will be donated to Médecins Sans Frontières.
COLATAM, a Latin network of coworking spaces and business centers founded in 2015, has announced its first 100% digital event, COLATAM LATAM SUMMIT, which will take place between June 28th and July 2nd 2021.
This year the Summit will go beyond the topics most commonly related to the world of flexible spaces – such as real estate, community, architecture and design, trends, and IT — and will also delve into matters including:
- Women Leaders
- Investment & Fundraising
- The Home Office & Working from Home
- Post Pandemic Trends
There will be 4 to 5 panels per day divided into two sessions, one in the afternoon and the other in the evening, so that all Latin American and European audiences will be able to attend all panels.
The event has secured over 30 speakers from more than 10 countries.
The main panel will take place on July 1st with the participation of 3 Shark Tanks from the 3 Latin programs, together for the first time. In Brazil, the guest is Cris Arcangeli, CEO of the company Beaty’In; in Mexico Marcus Dantus, CEO of accelerator StartUp México; and in Colombia Leonardo Wehe, CEO of Parque de las Ciencias, which is located in Uruguay.
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According to Matias Vazquez, the event organizer: “We want to demonstrate to participants what the world of flexible spaces has, inside and outside it. We are used to addressing issues related to our market at our events, and in this way, we also receive the same audience frequently. What we are doing now is to bring a greater diversity of subjects, as well as addressing traditional themes.
“Everyone will have the opportunity to participate in great lectures and panels with the best in each sector. We want to generate networking, we want there to be greater integration among Latinos in relation to business and for this event to remain in the memory of our audience,” he concluded.
Another highlight is that the ticket sales will be donated in full to Médecins Sans Frontières, a globally recognized institution created in 1971, in France, by young doctors and journalists, who volunteered in the late 1960s in Biafra, in Nigeria. It is present in more than 75 countries and has more than 45 thousand professionals.Share this article