O Brazil at Silicon Valley, group of students from Stanford e Berkeley which aims to improve the entrepreneurial environment and the competitiveness of Brazil, promotes, this Tuesday, 1, the second panel of 2021, whose central theme is “Brazil That Is Working Right”.
This year, the main agenda of the panel is focused on promoting debates and developing products that can foster the ecosystem of technological and business innovation in Brazil.
On an online panel at 7:30 pm, which you can follow here at EXAM, the group will explore various issues related to the world of technology, entrepreneurship and innovation – among other topics relevant to the business world.
The event, mediated by Stanforda professor Robert Siegel, will also feature the special participation of panelist Joe Lonsdale, founder of Palantir Technologies, 8VC and OpenGov who will discuss specifically about Venture Capital and GovTech.
During the panel, important topics related to the business environment and technological transformation – as the role of entrepreneurship as an engine of government transformation – should also be discussed in greater depth. Other interesting topics, such as the decentralization of technological ecosystems and their potential impacts on developing economies, will also be on the agenda during the event.
“Given this scenario, governments must also act to benefit from innovative business models in order to optimize their own processes”, explains André Moura, Finance and Legal co-leader at Brazil at Silicon Valley and Venture Capital Analyst at TheVentureCity.
“The disruption of how one governs is invariable, therefore, it is up to governments to use it as a tool to leverage the common good”, he adds.
The event will start broadcasting at 7:30 pm on the official channel Brazil at Silicon Valley no YouTube in two versions: in English is on português. For more information about the group and the event itself, just visit the official BSV website.