Startup Camp Latam, an online event to connect to the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Latin America, scheduled to take place from November 11 to 16 within the framework of Global Entrepreneurship Week, already has the name of some of its speakers: the CEO of Mercado Libre, Marcos Galpern , Ash Maurya (founder and CEO of Spark59), Wenceslao Casares (founder of Lemon Wallet) and Fernando Fabre (President of Endeavor Global).
In addition to prominent personalities such as those mentioned above, the event brings in international experts such as Alan Moore (Lawbite) and Chris Arnold (World Merit).
Speakers include managers of the main accelerators and support entities for entrepreneurship in the region, such as Horacio Melo (Startup Chile), Ariel Arrieta (NXTP Labs), Mariano Amartino (Wayra Latam), Santiago Bilinkis (Quasar Ventures), Csar Salazar (500 Startups), Esteban Mancuso (Velum Ventures), Hernn Kazah (Kaszek Ventures) and Silvia Torres Carbonell (IAE Business School), among others.
There will also be Facundo Guzmn, Facebook representative; Ezequiel Abramzon, from Disney; Maren Lau, from Twitter, and Andrs Martinez, from Google, as well as CEOs of high-impact companies, such as Facundo Garretn from InvertirOnline.com, Frank Martin from Restorando.com, Eduardo Henrique, from Movile and Alex Torrenegra , from Bunny Inc. and other great personalities such as Marta Cruz (Director and Co-Founder of NXTP Labs), Mara Gabriela Hoch (President and Founder of Vital Voices in Argentina) and Maca Lara Dillon (Co-Founder of Pulse Social) as speakers. as speakers.
The actors and representatives of different ecosystems of Latin America have already met in an initiative that allows entrepreneurs from all regions to access content and contact networks without the need to travel, remember that the event is 100% online.
The event is co-organized between Wisboo and Endeavor and tickets can now be purchased from startupcamp.wisboo.com. The event contemplates a modality of acquiring tickets through crowdfunding: Both Corporate Sponsors (such as BlackBerry and the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, among others) can contribute, as well as Individual Sponsors, allowing anyone interested to financially support the initiative obtaining the benefit of participating in the live event.