HOW TO OVERCOME THE CHALLENGES OF POST-COVID IN GLOBAL SERVICES COMPANIES
Friday, September 24th, 2021
8:30 AM PDT
Panel Session: ICT applied to Traditional Sectors to Export Value Added Activities
One of the positive outcomes of the pandemic is the acceleration in digital transformation in health, education, retail and in the public sector. At the same time the region has comparative advantages in some areas like agriculture and creative industries. Join us as we discuss the best practices and opportunities to export more global services through these trends.
- Mr. Anupam Govil, Partner, Avasant (USA)
- Mr. Mario Bustamante, CEO, INSTACROPS (Chile)
- Mr. Ramiro Montealegre, Professor, University of Colorado (USA)
- Mr. Richard Silvera, CEO, Modo (Uruguay)
- Mrs. Erica Simmons, Executive Director, Centre for Digital Innovation & Advanced Mfg (Jamaica) (TBC)
Avasant is a leading management consulting firm focused on translating the power of technology into realizable business strategies for the world’s largest corporations. Specializing in digital and IT transformation, sourcing advisory, global strategy, and governance services, Avasant prides itself on delivering high-value engagements through industry-focused innovation and flexible client-based solutions.
Our seasoned professionals have an average of 20 years of industry-honed expertise, having conducted 1000+ engagements in over 50 countries. Avasant’s next generation consulting and advisory methods have made it the top-ranked firm in its class, with recognition from numerous organizations, including: Vault, NOA, IAOP, and Wall Street Journal.
Avasant’s engagement in the global market has inspired a strong commitment to community and purpose. Avasant Foundation supports technology and skill development programs to create employment opportunities for youth across Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America.
For more information, visit https://www.avasant.com.
The Latin American Association of Services Exporters is an international organization consisting of 35 public and private institutions from 18 countries. Our objective is to promote Latin America as a knowledge exporter region and outsourcing destination. In recent years, international trade in services has grown substantially. This phenomenon gives developing countries the opportunity to improve their international position and achieve sustainable economic growth. Latin America is an emerging global services hub. To support the region, is essential to provide clear information and encourage its international promotion. Since 2008, ALES has led the generation of synergies to develop tools that promote Latin America in the global services market. In 2014, the Regional Information System was launched.