Miami, – The eMerge Americas forum, which begins Monday at the Miami Beach Convention Center, will broadcast an interview to the head of the Venezuelan parliament, the opposition Juan Guaidó, the organization of the event reported on Sunday.
Guaidó, recognized by half a hundred countries as interim president of his country, will speak about “the role that the international community can play in the reconstruction of Venezuela,” according to a statement from eMerge Americas 2019, which announced that the interview will be broadcast next Tuesday, on the second and last day of the event, at a time to be confirmed.
Guaidó joins, though through a recorded interview, the list of speakers and participants of this forum, which will also be available via teleconference with the President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera.
The sixth edition of eMerge Americas, which aims to be a “bridge” between the United States and Latin America in terms of technology and innovation, expects to surpass the figures of last year, when it gathered more than 15,000 visitors and more than 400 companies from 40 countries. , according to the organization.
Also among the speakers are Paulo Passoni, who is in charge of managing an investment fund in innovation of 5,000 million dollars for Latin America, recently announced by SoftBank, and Steve Murray, partner of the Revolution Growth fund, which only invests in ecosystems outside of ” “traditional” hubs.
The final intervention, on Tuesday 30, will be in charge of the singer of urban music, entrepreneur and investor “Pitbull”, as it is known in the artistic world to Armando Christián Pérez, who will talk about how to “design your future”.
Felice Gorordo, new CEO of eMerge Americas, told Efe that the forum “more than an event is a platform” that is transforming South Florida into a technological “hub” with unique characteristics within the US, such as its link with other American countries. (EFEUSA).