Mexico in 2030: Discover the Top 12 Trends to Drive Decision-Making

MEXICO CITY: The futurists, analysts, and consultants at Frost and Sullivan will provide a comprehensive analysis of the transformative, global forces that define the future world with their far-reaching impact on businesses, economics, cultures, and personal lives.

From radical transhumanism to platform economy, these thematic opportunities will bring about many changes in Mexico.

Frost & Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) 2019: Mexico will navigate the key themes that will shape the future of Mexico. This third-annual summit will be hosted on Nov. 14, 2019, at the Hilton Reforma Hotel in Mexico City.

For further information about the agenda and to register for GIL 2019: Mexico, please click here:
https://www.growthinnovationleadership.com/mexico/2019/agenda-mexico

Technology will be a primary disrupting force, and the industrial, aerospace, infrastructure, and automotive industries will be predominantly driven by autonomous applications endorsed by technological advancements, such as 5G, 6G, blockchain, quantum computing, connected vehicles, the sensorization of devices, wearable devices, digital currency, personal robots, and flexible electronics, said Lorena Isla, Managing Director, Mexico at Frost & Sullivan. These disrupting forces will have a major impact on various industries and change the way we live, communicate, and conduct business.

The global Frost & Sullivan team and pioneering industry leaders will discuss the roadmap for Mexico's enterprise-wide digital transformation, as well as the relationship between technological development, talent and processes to stimulate innovation. Confirmed speakers include:

Fadlala Akabani Hneide, Secretary of Economic Development, Government of Mexico City
Arantxa Riveros del Castillo, Director of Digital Inclusion Centers, Undersecretary of Communications & Technology Development, Secretariat of Communications and Transportation
Alejandro Encinas Najera, Head of Labor Policy and Institutional Relations, Secretariat of Labor & Social Welfare
Daniel Casados, Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion, Ministry of Economy
Alejandro Gutierrez Olvera Cabrales, Deputy Director Manager of Business Intelligence & Customer Experience, Telcel
Carlos Romero, Business Development & Channels LATAM Digital Identity & Security, Thales
Hector Nava, Chief Information Officer, RCI Latin America
Jaime Martinez Bowness, Director, EGADE Business Schools
Javier Cordero, CEO, Red Hat Mexico
Jorge Mauricio Reynoso, General Manager, AMEDIRH
Jose Tam, Vice President of Digital Transformation, Softtek
Juan Antonio Cepeda, Strategy and Planning Director, Cisco Mexico
Karina Alarcon, Partner Development Manager, Google Assistant Mexico
Maria Ramirez Cabrera, Director of Compliance, Telefonica Moviles Mexico
Raul Alarcon, Sr. Engineering Manager, Honeywell Technology Solutions
Ricardo Anaya, Product Senior Manager, Qualcomm

In the afternoon, the audience will have the opportunity to choose between three concurrent Interaction Zones that will offer an innovative look into:

The Future of Business: Align your strategic vision to digital technology trends, such as AI, analytics, cybersecurity, IoT and ubiquitous high-speed mobile connectivity.
The Future of Personalization: Identify key areas to revolutionize customer engagement and customer experience through data-centric strategies.
The Future of the Workforce: Discuss digital technologies that will enable operational efficiency and promote excellence in innovation.

Join us and be a part of what makes GIL a powerhouse of ideas and meaningful connections: Its participants!
(PRN | 6 months ago)

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Mexico in 2030: Discover the Top 12 Trends to Drive Decision-Making