Ryan shares how a 120 year old manufacturing trade association remains out in front driving technology innovation forward in the industry and why AMT launched a Tech Lab in Silicon Valley to support that, discusses what “The State of US Manuf.” currently is, defines how the industry has more of an adoption hurdle than we do an innovation hurdle, outlines how the accelerated US reshoring manufacturing efforts will be closely linked with associated nearshoring efforts in LATAM, and what efforts are underway to build up ecosystem and the associated talent base required for the next decade in manufacturing.
Even with the possibility of a fourth-quarter slowdown in consumer spending, positive data across the board suggests the U.S. economy is still on track for a soft landing.----- Transcripts -----Ellen Zentner: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Ellen Zentner, Morgan Stanley's Chief U.S. Economist. Sarah Wolfe: And I'm Sarah Wolfe, also on Morgan Stanley's U.S. Economics Team. Sarah Wolfe: And today on the podcast, we'll be discussing our updated U.S. economic outlook for the final quarter of 2023. It's Thursday, September 21, at 10 a.m. in New York. Sarah Wolfe: Ellen, since early 2022, you and our team have had a conviction that the U.S. economy would slow without a crash and experienced a soft landing. We maintained that view in our mid-year outlook four months ago, but we've recently revised it with an expectation for even stronger growth in the U.S.. Can you highlight some of the main drivers behind our team's more upbeat outlook? Ellen Zentner: Yes, so I think for me, the most exciting thing about the upward revisions we've made to GDP is that there's a real manufacturing renaissance going on in the U.S. and according to our equity analysts, it is durable and organic. So it's not just being driven by fiscal policy around the CHIPS Act and the IRA, but this is de-risking of supply chains, it's happening across semiconductors, our industrials teams have noted it, our construction teams and our LATAM teams around what's going on in terms of on-shoring, nearshoring with Mexico being the biggest beneficiary. So I think that's a really exciting development that is durable and then the consumer has been more resilient than expected. And I know that, Sara, you've been writing about Taylor Swift effect, Beyoncé effect, Barbenheime, you know, and it's just added to a very robust consumer this year than we had initially expected. Sarah Wolfe: Ellen, and what about inflation? What role does inflation continue to play at this point? Is the disinflationary process still underway and what are our expectations for the rest of this year and next? Ellen Zentner: Yes, So I think the disinflationary process has actually played out faster than expected. Well, let me say it's coming in line with our forecast, but much faster than, say, the Fed had expected. And we do expect that to continue. I think some of the concerns have been that the economy has been so strong this year and so would that interrupt that disinflationary process? And we don't think that's the case. The upward revisions that we've taken to GDP that reflect things like the manufacturing renaissance also come with stronger productivity, and they're not necessarily inflationary. But Sara, since your focus is on the U.S. consumer, let me turn it to you and ask you about oil prices. So oil prices have rallied here, you've spent a good deal of time looking at the impact that rising prices might have on real consumer spending, so how do you go about analyzing that? Sarah Wolfe: You're correct. Energy prices do impact consumer spending and in particular, when the price jumps are driven by supply side factor. So supply coming offline, that acts like a tax on households and we see a decline in real spending. We in particular see real spending impacted in the durable goods sector and in autos in particular. We have seen quite a rally recently in oil prices. It's definitely not to the extent of what we saw last year, but what we're going to be watching is how sustained the rally in oil prices are. The higher prices stay for longer, the more it impacts real consumer spending. Ellen Zentner: So retail sales have been strong, when are they going to be slowing? I mean we're going into the fourth quarter here, all on the consumer it looks like it's been stronger than expected. And I know this is sort of a maybe too broad of a question, but are consumers still in good health? Sarah Wolfe: As you mentioned earlier, consumer spending has been more resilient than expected. In part, it's been due to the fact that we've seen a full rebound in discretionary services spending, but it was not paired with a one for one payback in discretionary goods, which we've seen in the retail sales report, have held up better. And so while the consumer remains fairly healthy, we do expect to still see that pretty notable spending slowdown in the fourth quarter and part of that is being driven by the fundamentals. We have a cooling labor market, a rising savings rate, higher debt service obligations. But then as you also mentioned earlier, we had the roll off of some of these one off lifts like Barbenheimer, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift. Ellen Zentner: So why doesn't the consumer just fall off a cliff then? Sarah Wolfe: Because part of our big call for the soft landing is that the labor market is going to be relatively resilient. We do have jobs slowing, but we do not have a substantial rise in the unemployment rate because we think this labor hoarding thesis is going to help support the labor market. So at the end of the day, while there's pressure mounting on consumer wallets, if they have a job, they will continue to spend, though at a slower pace. Ellen Zentner: All right. So if labor income and healthy job growth is the key to consumer spending, you know, what are we telling investors about the UAW strike? Because that really muddies the picture for how strong the labor market is. Sarah Wolfe: The UAW strike is definitely worth watching, there's 146,000 union workers that work for the big three. At this point, the impacts should be fairly contained, we only have 13,000 workers on strike at three different plants. However, if we see a large-scale strike of all the union workers, that lasts for some time, I mean that's definitely going to take a hit to the labor market. It would be a one off hit because when the strikers come back, you see them re-added to payrolls. But it definitely will be a more sustained hit to economic activity and motor vehicle production. It's very hard to make up all the production that is lost when workers are on strike. So we're definitely watching this very closely and it's definitely a risk factor to economic growth in the fourth quarter. Ellen, I'm turning it back to you, with all these various factors in play has anything changed in our Fed path? Ellen Zentner: No, it hasn't. In fact, as the data comes in and what we're looking for ahead, it tells me even more so that the Fed is done here. So they're sitting on a federal funds rate of 5.25% to 5.50%, and there are a lot of pitfalls possibly ahead with the incoming data. So you have GDP benchmark revisions, which will be significant by our estimate, that are released on September 28th, so later this month. Two days later, government shutdown possible. You talked about the UAW strike that's gonna, again, muddy the picture for job gains. And so there's a lot on the horizon here. You know, in the environment of inflation falling and question mark around how much policy lags still have to come through, I think it's just a recipe for the Fed to go ahead and hold rates steady and so we think that they're done here. All right. So we'll leave it there. Sarah, thanks for taking the time to talk. Sarah Wolfe: As always, great speaking with you, Ellen. Ellen Zentner: And thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share the podcast with a friend or colleague today.
Guest: Elise Houlik, Chief Privacy Officer @ Intuit Elise Houlik's privacy team at Intuit team is deeply engaged with its business teams. A hallmark of her leadership is this type of partnership with cross-functional teams - supporting a true privacy by design and rooted privacy culture. Elise also spent time at Mastercard as SVP/Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Data Protection leading North American and LATAM privacy as well as the teams supporting open banking, SMB, B2B, digital payments and partnerships, start-ups, cryptocurrency / blockchain, marketing and communications, HR, operations & technology, and corporate security. Elise also spent time at Fannie Mae in Washington, DC, acting as the company's Lead Privacy & Cybersecurity counsel.
We've been hearing startup founders all over LatAm for a while now. And we noticed a common reflection from those on a fundraising journey: how a simple and clean investment template could take much of the friction away.That's why we partnered up with law offices such as Gunderson Dettmer to launch MISTO in Brazil. MISTO is a document with optimized terms for investing, with language and practices understood and accepted by both founders and investors.Christel Moreno is a partner at Gunderson, leads their São Paulo office, and was deeply involved in the creation of MISTO. In this episode, Christel and I talk about:From a legal standpoint, how dealing with startups in LatAm is different from dealing with traditional companies around the world;What exactly is MISTO, and what makes it unique in comparison to other startup investment templates;Finally, the advice Christel would give startup founders with no legal experience.My name's Brian Requarth and this is the Latitud Podcast. Vamos, LatAm!Building good sh*t in Latin America?Find out how to pen your startup the right wayRequest early access to the Meridian international business account Or simply sign up for our newsletter for more content on navigating the LatAm startup ecosystem.Follow us on Linkedin / Twitter / Instagram / Spotify.
This week our host Brandi Starr is joined by Jim Berkman, Fractional CMO at GROW Powered/ New Zealand Trade and Enterprise. Jim is a seasoned marketing and growth leader with several decades of experience in the B2B start-up technology space. He has helped dozens of companies cross the chasm, scale, and achieve market leadership with successful exits. As a fractional CMO and board advisor, he has leveraged his expertise in strategy, product marketing, digital marketing, and competitive differentiation to help B2B start-ups grow and innovate. Passionate about empowering start-ups to thrive in competitive and emerging markets, Jim has hands-on global experience in the LATAM, EMEA, APJ, and ANZ regions. Jim holds an MBA from Pepperdine Graziadio Business School. On the couch in this weeks' episode, Brandi and Jim will tackle Channeling Success: Navigating the Creation of a Powerful Reseller Channel. Links: Get in touch with Jim Berkman on: LinkedIn Subscribe, listen, and rate/review Revenue Rehab Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts , Amazon Music, or iHeart Radio and find more episodes on our website RevenueRehab.live
In this week's Espresso, we cover news from Databits, Stori, Lemon, and more!Outline of this episode:[00:28] – Databits raises $600K Pre-seed round[00:39] – Syscap raises $2.3M investment[00:51] – Stori acquires Sofipo license to expand its services[01:08] – Kolors acquires Urbvan[01:20] – Kunzapp raises $750K investment[01:35] – Reity launches tokens for fractional investing in real estate[01:44] – Lemon enables dollar-to-crypto conversion on its app.[01:56] – CleanLight raises $3.2M in a debt deal[02:06] – Stable partners with Pomelo to launch a new card in Colombia[02:15] – N5 raises Series A round[02:29] – Fretadão secures $10M fundingResources & people mentioned:Startups: Databits, Syscap, Stori, Kolors, Urbvan, Kunzapp, Rappi, Reity, CleanLight, Stable, Pomelo, N5, Fretadão, Más Caja, Lemon.VCs: 500 LatAm, Winnipeg Capital, BVC, Wollef, Platanus Ventures, Illuminate Capital, EXT Capital, Re Royalties.
In this episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing, Daniele Di Nunzio who serves as the VP of Sales at Storyly. We dive into Danieles role, their remarkable success in securing key clients, and his keys for expansion into the Latin American market. We also explore the challenges of conducting interviews with non-native English speakers, underlining the importance of evaluating soft skills. Wrapping up our discussion, we venture into the world of mobile industry opportunities and the boundless potential of AI across various fields. See timestamps below. Building a Motion for the Americas [00:01:49] Our guest discusses his role as VP of Sales at Story League and his responsibility to build a motion for the Americas, specifically North America and Latin America. Keys to Building a Team in Latin America [00:03:35] Daniele shares insights on building a team in Latin America, emphasizing the importance of understanding the market, localization, and leveraging the talent pool. Financial Technologies in Brazil [00:10:40] Daniele explains that the financial technologies in Brazil are advanced, with top-notch remittance and online payment systems, surpassing those in the US. Localization and technology [00:11:07] Discussion on the importance of investing in technology to ensure localization of websites and content for different markets. Building a local team [00:12:22] Exploration of the preferred approach of building a local team in Latin America to ensure cultural understanding and market expertise. Talent acquisition challenges [00:15:52] Discussion on the challenges of finding the right talent in Latin America and the importance of validating credentials and focusing on skills rather than just language proficiency. Overcoming language challenges in interviews [00:22:31-00:23:35] Discussion on how to overcome challenges when interviewing non-native English speakers and the importance of seeking help from consultants or headhunters specialized in the market. Importance of soft skills and cultural fit in hiring [00:24:31-00:26:18] Emphasis on the significance of soft skills and cultural fit when hiring, rather than focusing solely on language skills or technical abilities. Motivations, goals, learning methods, and personal interests [00:26:36-00:29:05] Rapid-fire questions covering topics such as motivation, career goals, preferred learning methods, hours of sleep, and favorite activities outside of work. The discussion also highlights the connection between cooking and sales, as well as the changing landscape of jobs due to technological advancements. The opportunity in mobile [00:32:29] Discussion about the current opportunity in mobile technology and creating the next big thing. The future of soccer in the US [00:33:11] Exploring the growth and popularity of soccer in the US, especially with Messi joining Inter Miami. The biggest opportunity with AI [00:33:36] The potential of AI in video editing software and its ability to make the process easier and faster.
If you have been listening to the recent episodes of the show, you'll have noticed the considerable amount of innovation currently happening in high-volume hiring. Driven by skill shortages and automation technology, high volume is the area that has given us an insight into what the future might be like for talent acquisition. In episodes 551 and 552, I'm diving deeper into automation and AI in high-volume hiring by speaking to technology CEOs with products that are helping to shape the future. My second guest in this mini-series is Max Armbruster, CEO at Talkpush. Max does extensive work around high-volume hiring in Latin America and Asia. Technology is driving innovation for different reasons in these markets than in the US and Europe, and Max has some deep insights into how hiring is developing and where things are heading. In the interview, we discuss: The hiring market beyond the US and Europe Automation to reduce recruiter numbers and broaden talent pools Emerging markets and future economic powerhouses Cost per hire How AI improves the quality of hire The impact of the accessibility and affordability of AI Communication channels and candidate experience Developing local toolkits Advice to employers hiring remotely in these markets What's the future for recruiters? Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.
Pablo Navarro is the co-founder of a $26 million VC fund in Colombia, and his latest project is cocora.io. Pablo's life story is remarkable, coming from a humble beginning to being heavily involved in the start-up scenes of both the US and South America. In this interview, we discuss Pablo's strategy for investing in LatAm startups, his advice for young entrepreneurs, and more. Today he is building Cocora, a platform that connects leaders in Latin America to coaches, and he's passionate about transforming the business climate of his home country and beyond. ➡️ https://www.cocora.io/ ➡️ Highlights: https://rosspalmer.com/pablo-navarro ➡️ Follow me on Instagram: @therosspalmer ➡️ Subscribe on YouTube: @therosspalmer
Here's what Mary Ann, Alex and Kirsten got into:More layoffs at Divvy Homes: More cuts at a company that was once richly valued and heavily venture-backed. Rising interest rates are having a ripple effect across startup-land.Databricks is big, and now richer: With $500 million in a new Series I, Databricks is now worth more money and has fresh capital to continue working on AI.Lime, just go public already: What is profitable and private and a tease? Lime. Well, that last bit is a stretch, but really you can only ring us up and tout profits and growth so many times before we expect an S-1.More data is good: Venture capital firms, however, seem to disagree.If you want groceries in 15 minutes, here's where to live: Brazil, for one. Or India. Differing labor costs around the world appear to be the axis around which quick deliveries are feasible, or a financial mess.We are back next week for a busy run at Disrupt! We'll see you there!For episode transcripts and more, head to Equity's Simplecast website.Equity drops at 7 a.m. PT every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts. TechCrunch also has a great show on crypto, a show that interviews founders and more!
Crypto is enjoying incredible popularity in Latin America, and the region is subsequently awash with M&A dealmaking opportunities. In this episode, we look at the fast pace of crypto adoption in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Ecuador, the impact of locally issued stablecoins and who is acquiring crypto-related companies in LATAM. Dealcast is presented by Mergermarket and SS&C Intralinks. Dealmakers, download the SS&C Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor for Q3 2023 to get an exclusive preview of global and regional M&A activity in the next six months: https://www.intralinks.com/deal-flow-predictor
One of the most exciting things about working in emerging markets is the opportunity to leap frog old systems - a tool that once had a cutting edge is now an anchor, and to be free of it a means to be nimble.Now, I'm not suggesting traditional data has reached the point of being an anchor, but markets rich with it have created fully developed ecosystems that may be stifling innovation on other alternative data fronts.This is why it was so exciting for me to be given a chance to see what's happening in Latin America, a region that, by and large, fixing gaps in traditional with new and varied alternative data experiments.I'm spoke to Santiago Espinoza, LexisNexis's Director of Market Planning for LATAM, to learn more.You can find LexisNexis Risk Solutions at: https://risk.lexisnexis.com/They're also on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/lexisnexis-risk-solutions/Santiago is also on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/santiago-espinoza-6385baI am on LinkedIn, of course, so feel free to send me a connection request there: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendanlegrangeMy action-adventure novels are on Amazon, some versions even for free, and my work with ConfirmU and our gamified psychometric scores is at https://confirmu.com/ and on episode 24 of this very show https://www.howtolendmoneytostrangers.show/episodes/episode-24If you have any feedback or questions, or if you would like to participate in the show, please feel free to reach out to me via the contact page on this site.Keep well, Brendan Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Discover why there's explosive growth in captive insurance in Latin America (LATAM). In this captivating episode (no pun intended), join Luis Delgado, a leading expert at Strategic Risk Solutions, as he unveils the reason for the sharp rise of captive insurance formations in the dynamic LATAM region. Luis discusses what type of LATAM organizations are forming captives, where and how they are being formed, and some challenges they face.
SAP kicked off the week by announcing it has entered into an agreement to acquire LeanIX, an Enterprise Architecture Management software provider. Salesforce announced the general availability of Bring Your Own Lake (BYOL) Data Sharing with the Snowflake Data Cloud from Salesforce Data Cloud. Salesforce and Databricks announced an expanded strategic partnership that delivers zero-ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) data sharing in Salesforce Data Cloud. IFS first announced the appointment of Andre Robberts as the new regional President for Southern and Western Europe and LATAM. Aptean announced the appointment of Miguel Gernaey as the company's new Chief Marketing Officer.Connect with us!https://www.erpadvisorsgroup.com866-499-8550LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/erp-advisors-groupTwitter:https://twitter.com/erpadvisorsgrpFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/erpadvisorsInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/erpadvisorsgroupPinterest:https://www.pinterest.com/erpadvisorsgroupMedium:https://medium.com/@erpadvisorsgroup
On this episode Pat sits down with Victor Noguera & Bernardo Cordero, Co-Founders at leading Mexican proptech Flat.mx to discuss their founder journey, the evolution of the proptech space in Latin America, how Flat is adding valuable building blocks to a more inclusive real-estate market in Mexico and their angel investing activity through their vehicle Nascent.vcOn this episode you will learn about: Victor and Berni's journey into founding Flat What to look for in a co-founderHow investing whilst being a founder actually makes you more successful in bothThe evolution of proptech in LatAm and the VC ecosystem in generalYou can find Victor and Berni on Linkedin here and here. Also make sure to check out Mexico TechWeek, co-organised by Flat here. Support the show
David Velez is the Founder and CEO of Nubank, one of the largest and fastest-growing financial institutions in the world. 1 in 2 people in Brazil alone have a Nubank account. Nubank's purple credit card in Mexico is the highest-rated NPS product of any consumer product in the world. Before founding Nubank in 2013, David was a partner at Sequoia Capital between 2011 and 2013, in charge of the firm's Latin American investments group. Before Sequoia, David worked in investment banking and growth equity at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and General Atlantic. In Today's Episode with David Velez We Discuss: 1. From Sequoia Partner to Creating One of the Largest Financial Institutions: What was the Sequoia interview process like? What questions did Doug Leone really dive into when hiring David? What impressed David most about how Sequoia interview and win talent? What are 1-2 of David's biggest lessons from working with Doug Leone? 2. From a Small House to a $BN Public Company: What does David believe are the 1-2 core but non-obvious reasons why Nubank scaled so fast? What does David believe are the most non-obvious but massive opportunities Nubank has to 10x from here? Why does David believe emerging market fintech providers will be more valuable than Western fintechs? What does David believe Western fintechs and regulators can learn from BRIC economy fintechs? 3. How AI Changes The Future of Financial Services: How does David believe AI will change financial services? What products are the lowest-hanging fruit? Which products will be harder for AI to serve? How will AI handle the ambiguity of which master to serve; the consumer and their experience or the bank and their fees and profit motive? Will banks need to own and operate their own models? If using other models, what will differentiate them when they are layers on top of someone else's technology? 4. David Velez: The Leader and Father: What does it mean to be a great listener? How does David approach it? What has been David's biggest lessons from Sequoia on culture? What works? What does not? What are David's biggest pieces of advice to raise kids that are not spoiled and are hard-working and humble? How does David think about "efficient giving" with the philanthropy he does today? What is the big paradox and challenge in philanthropy today?
In this compelling episode, Dave sits down with three outstanding Latinas who are making waves in the tech sector - Rebecca Gonzales, Elizabeth Fuentes, and Nelly Andrade. Representing the dynamic Latin America region, with its vast diversity in geography, culture, and language, Elizabeth and Nelly dive deep into their unique journeys to the cloud, and the nuances of being a Latina in the technology space. They emphasize the significance of community in LATAM and shed light on the transformative role AI will assume in the region. Rebecca, from her esteemed position at the Generative AI Innovation Center, elucidates on her experiences as a Latina in tech, and passionately talks about the critical role of diversity in driving innovation. She offers a visionary perspective on how AI is poised to touch all facets of our lives, and how initiatives like Generative AI can be instrumental in uplifting underserved communities. Dive in to be inspired and informed!
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Yovy Daniels, Panamanian West Indian Afro-descendant. Professionally she's known as a former TV corporate broadcast media planner who worked in the U.S. Spanish-speaking/LATAM division for networks like Fox, Sony, RCNTV, and Univision. She continues to propel her innovative skills from broadcaster to podcaster with new ventures into public speaking and blogging. Yovy is on a mission to educate the public about what it means to be Afro-Latina and teach the Afro-Latina diaspora. Yovy is also the host of the Yovy D and Chombita Chronicles podcasts where she discusses challenges in the workforce for Afro-Latinas and learning to embrace their roots. In order for people to understand why Yovy is a black woman who also calls herself Latina, she gives us insights about: ✔️Her upbringing in Panama ✔️The U.S. influence on Panamanian Afro-Latinos ✔️Podcasting to educate and unite Afro-Latinos If you have never heard of the term Afro-Latina, you will love this episode. Please don't forget to leave a 5 star review on the podcast platform that you are listening on or comment your thoughts or questions if you are watching on YouTube. Learn more about Yovy at: www.yovyd.com or at https://linktr.ee/yovyd --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dalitalks/message
In this episode we are joined by a true Macro thinker, Nelson Rangel, CIO at Raven Capital. Nelson walks us through his fascinating lens of the world evolved from his formative career years where his mentors taught him chaos theory and quantitative analysis. The conversation delves in to global conflict, adapting to social media information flows, and the challenges of finding investment value in LATAM markets. Be sure to stick around to the very end where Nelson leaves us with a cliff hanger as he reveals the beginning of his three part investment framework to interpret the impact of human contact with more advanced civilizations!-----EXCEPTIONAL RESOURCE: Find Out How to Build a Safer & Better Performing Portfolio using this FREE NEW Portfolio Builder Tool-----Follow Niels on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or via the TTU website.IT's TRUE ? – most CIO's read 50+ books each year – get your FREE copy of the Ultimate Guide to the Best Investment Books ever written here.And you can get a free copy of my latest book “The Many Flavors of Trend Following” here.Learn more about the Trend Barometer here.Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd please share this episode with a like-minded friend and leave an honest Rating & Review on iTunes or Spotify so more people can discover the podcast.Follow Cem on Twitter.Follow Nelson on Twitter.Episode TimeStamps: 03:32 - Introduction to Nelson Rangel08:09 - Takeaways from being exposed to chaos theory12:29 - A look around the globe17:37 - Reflecting on the U.S debt21:17 - How is the next decade unfolding for China?25:29 - The BRICs taking over the monetary system30:38 - Who is behind the manipulation of narrative on social media?34:58 - Being adaptable to new scenarios39:26 - Advice for investing in South America48:14 - News about UAPs (UFOs)56:24 - Key takeaways from Niels Copyright © 2023 – CMC AG – All Rights Reserved----PLUS: Whenever you're ready... here are 3 ways I can help you in your...
En el programa de hoy hablamos de las cinco diferencias generacionales en la forma de comunicarnos en el trabajo con la gente de Avaya Latinoamerica, además ¿Cómo sería el perfil de Tinder de la Mona Lisa? La app crea perfiles a protagonistas de pinturas clásicas, novedades del IFA y mucho más.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4129325/advertisement
Resilient (Resilientes in Spanish) is the latest single from Latin Rocker RODRIGO SILVA. His music has captivated hispanic audiences across the USA and LatinAmerica. https://rodrigosilva.band/ Christian Podcast BELIEF-O-METER: https://www.christianpodcast.com CHRISTIAN PODCAST MERCH & APPAREL: https://www.christianpodcast.com/shop/ DOWNLOAD OUR APP: https://www.christianpodcast.app FIND US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.tiktok.com/@xtianpodcast https://www.youtube.com/christianpodcast https://www.facebook.com/XtianPodcast/ https://twitter.com/xtianpodcast https://www.instagram.com/xtianpodcast/ ADD CHRISTIAN PODCAST CHANNEL ON ROKU TV: https://channelstore.roku.com/de-de/details/c32b2ed51da0fcd2096003289b059377/christian-podcast SPONSORS: Soundstripe Royalty Free Music | Copyright Safe Music, SFX & Video Enter Promo Code: ChristianPodcast for a 10% Discount in your subscription. https://soundstripe.com?fpr=christianpodcast SUPPORT OUR SHOW --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/xtianpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/xtianpodcast/support
Kevin and Kieran find out how much it costs for clubs to collate player data, and discuss what Pele's New York Cosmos contract would equate to today. COVERED IN THIS EPISODE: - Stadium Wifi - Injury time - LATAM broadcast rights - FIFA World Cup compensation to clubs - Cost to host a European final - Christmas Day matches - Cost of player data - Bosman rule - Pele's New York Cosmos contract Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Visit the website: https://priceoffootball.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Luz Margarita Saucedo es una nacida muy al norte de México, en la ciudad de Nogales, Sonora. Ella decide estudiar la licenciatura en Ingeniería Industrial en Administración en la Universidad de Sonora en Hermosillo – capital del estado. Poco tiempo después, contrae matrimonio y se traslada a Mexicali, Baja California, donde equilibra sus roles de esposa y madre con la docencia en la Escuela de Ingeniería de la Universidad de Baja California.A lo largo de su trayectoria académica fue tomando roles de más responsabilidad, a la vez que seguía estudiando, por lo que se graduó de la Maestría en Administración Internacional, un Doctorado en Educación y, posteriormente, una Maestría en Diseño de Proyectos Educativos Virtuales.Ella ha sido una verdadera migrante digital, conoció los inicios de la era informática, cuando el enfoque era a la sistematización de operaciones, para más adelante cofundar una empresa dedicada a las microcomputadoras y ahora, gracias a su labor docente, incursionar en el mundo de la Web 3 al diseñar programas de certificación y colaborar con el ICP Hub LATAM, donde contribuye al desarrollo de programas enfocados al protocolo internet.Luz es speaker de DFINITY Foundation, una organización sin fines de lucro que desarrolla la tecnología blockchain "Internet Computer". Esta tecnología busca transformar el Internet en una plataforma descentralizada donde las aplicaciones pueden funcionar sin servidores tradicionales.Puedes escuchar Cuentos Corporativos en vivo a través de la señal de Radiomex. Todos los martes y jueves a las 8 pm, hora de la Ciudad de México.Suscríbete aquí El newsletter de Cuentos Corporativos. Recibirás todas las semanas información sobre nuestros episodios y eventos.¿Te gustaría proponer a un invitado? Hazlo aquí o contáctanos a través de email@example.com¿Te gusta Cuentos Corporativos? Apóyanos con tu reseña. Déjala aquíAyúdanos a mejorar. Dinos qué opinas de Cuentos Corporativos, respondiendo esta breve encuesta. Muchas gracias!www.cuentoscorporativos.comFacebook InstagramLinkedinTwitter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ecosistema emprendedor: cómo lograr conectar con las personas indicadas ¡Hola a todos! En este episodio, nos acompaña un invitado muy especial: Tomás Ríos, un experto en Administración de Negocios y Mercadeo de la Universidad EAFIT, y actual Director de Ongoing, Emprendimientos de Impacto. También es miembro del consejo de asesores en Liberbank y anteriormente, fue CEO y Cofundador de Starter Company SAS. En esta ocasión hablamos sobre: "Ecosystem Market Fit", que se enfoca en la posición estratégica de las empresas dentro del ecosistema emprendedor. Esta conversación es enriquecedora, ya que nos adentraremos en el mundo del emprendimiento y aprenderemos sobre cómo las empresas se relacionan en este ecosistema. Conocerás un poco más sobre Tomás y su experiencia en el ecosistema emprendedor en los últimos años. Luego, discutimos sobre el panorama actual del ecosistema emprendedor en Colombia y la importancia de este entorno para el crecimiento de las empresas. Tomás nos habla sobre la importancia de mantener el emprendimiento como una herramienta para el progreso y la construcción de un mejor país, un mensaje fundamental que compartió con 20 emprendedores y entidades gubernamentales en Colombia. Además de cómo podemos mejorar la cultura emprendedora en América Latina, desde la perspectiva de alguien con experiencia en conectar emprendedores con inversores. ¡Acompáñanos en esta entrevista y descubre las perspectivas y aprendizajes de Tomás Ríos sobre el ecosistema emprendedor en América Latina! Conoce más de nosotros en: www.hacktustartup.com Sobre Tomás Ríos: Administrador de Negocios de la Universidad EAFIT, Apasionado por el emprendimiento de impacto, conectar personas y lograr que las cosas sucedan. A lo largo de su carrera, ha logrado importantes hitos. Uno de ellos es la creación de Línea de Aseo, una empresa que no solo genera cientos de empleos en Colombia, sino que también contribuye a la formalización del trabajo doméstico. La construcción de Stap, empresa de baños portátiles que inicie desde cero y la vendimos en 2016. Y el privilegio de construir Starco, el evento más importante del ecosistema de startups en Colombia. Como asesor, ha brindado su experiencia a múltiples startups, ayudándoles a alcanzar su máximo potencial. Hoy como Director de On Going Además, está construyendo un espacio para el nuevo tejido empresarial y la comunidad emprendedora en Colombia y LatAm. Su propósito es crear mas y mejores oportunidades para los emprendedores en Colombia y América Latina.
Super Heroine: Vicky Arteaga Fondo Syngap is tireless: - 2 Congreso en Español on September 23, 2023 https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/professionals/2023-en-espanol Spanish Podcast #CafeSyngap1e01 - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh0lPuLLUFg - Google https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9lNjAyMDgwMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw - Spotify https://spotify.link/MJZZVMoKGCb - Amazon Music https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/6e65b878-4506-4882-b6cd-1ea873c0ba7e/caf%C3%A9-syngap1 #FondoSYNGAP SRF is at ILAE - Let's thank Katrien Deckers & Olga for representing SRF at ILAE in Dublin Sep 2nd - 6 - Vicky on one of the panels on Saturday called: Clinical diagnostic challenges in the genetic epilepsies and opportunities for precision treatment Super Heroine: Ashley Frye with Suzanne Jones and Samar Katnani #SyngapStories #KETO #MAD - Samar Interview https://twitter.com/cureSYNGAP1/status/1693987401952342442?s=20 - Keto works, remember this old gem? https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/post/ketogenic-diet Where have I been all week? - Syngap Stories about Tony https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/podcast-episodes/syngap1-stories-episode-016 Soiree was AMAZING - Tweet https://twitter.com/curesyngap1/status/1696595956467183904 - Ashley's Speech https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw2mG3wTjfc Super Heroine: Sydney Stelmazek - CHOP Update - 16 seen so far - 27 signed up - QEEG is SYNGAP1 compatible https://twitter.com/phalliburton/status/1694845802336641315?s=20 CANNONBALL 3 is coming! October 4-6. Super Heroine: Dr. Danielle Andrade Huge thanks to Dr. Andrade for this paper on Adults with SYNGAP1 https://twitter.com/DrDaniAndrade/status/1694717693080092976?s=20 Proposals came in today, we need to raise money! Finally, we have at least 6 grant proposals received! Donate and Fundraise! https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/donate/donate Share you time and blood too! Volunteer - https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/volunteer-with-syngap-research-fund Donate to the biorepository in OH or IL: - Sept 22, Liberty Township, OH: IRF2BPL Foundation (Home 2 Suites, 7145 Liberty Centre Drive, Liberty Township, OH 45069) - Sept 29, Chicago, IL: KCNQ2 Cure Alliance Conference, September 29th 2023 (Hilton Hotel Chicago 300 E Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60611 CONFERENCE Registration link: https://Syngap.Fund/Orlando Hotels ASAP: https://Syngap.Fund/2023hotel Shirts https://www.bonfire.com/srf-syngap1-conference-2023/ Volunteer with SRF! Info@SyngapResearchFund.org This is a podcast: subscribe to and rate this 10 minute #podcast #SYNGAP10 here - https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/syngap10-podcast Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/syngap10-weekly-10-minute-updates-on-syngap1-video/id1560389818 Episode 113 of #Syngap10 - September 2, 2023 #epilepsy #autism #intellectualdisability #id #anxiety #raredisease #epilepsyawareness #autismawareness #rarediseaseresearch #SynGAPResearchFund #CareAboutRare #PatientAdvocacy #GCchat #Neurology #GeneChat
For this in studio episode I am thrilled to welcome Julio Vasconcellos, founding partner at Brazilian early stage venture capital firm Atlantico, founder at Canary, former Brazil country manager for Facebook and former entrepreneur-in-residence (EIR) at Benchmark. I am also thrilled to welcome Ana Clara Martins, partner at Atlantico and co-founder at Brazil at Silicon Valley, one of the largest annual conferences that connect entrepreneurs, executives and investors from Brazil with global tech community. This is the special edition of The J Curve in which we go into the nitty gritty details of The 2023 Atlantico Digital Report , the most comprehensive overview of key tech trends in Latin America. In today's episode we will discuss: 1. Tectonic shifts: what are the five key forces shaping the future of Latin America? 2. From LatAm to the world: why will we see more global companies coming out of Latin America? 3. Beyond US and China: the rise of LatAm's startup ecosystem 4. Top reasons startups fail: what to avoid? 5. Lessons from Pix: what the world can learn from Brazil's instant payment method? If you would like to get more insight from LatAm's leading tech founders and investors, subscribe to our new YouTube channel and follow us on Spotify or Apple. Follow Olga on LinkedIn or Instagram Olga is an entrepreneur, venture capital investor, mentor at Techstars and founder at The J Curve, Latin America's leading English speaking podcast about tech builders. She's been investing in the USA, SEA and Latin America for over 13 years. Companies she backed include tech unicorn ClassPass (acquired by Mindbody) and Vitalk (acquired by Gympass). Shownotes: Curious article on Pix: https://thefintechtimes.com/the-story-of-pix-and-what-us-banks-can-learn/ Eric Schmidt interviewed by Julio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TesYzPxN7AU --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/olga-maslikhova/message
Atlantico's back with its annual Latin America Digital Transformation Report. The study reflects on some of the forces transforming LatAm today, from the renewal of the entrepreneurial spirit in the region to the rise of artificial intelligence. We had early access to these findings here at Latitud, and decided to chat with Atlantico's Ana Martins and Julio Vasconcellos about the most impressive insights.In this episode, Ana, Julio, and I talk about:How LatAm founders are currently balancing excitement, optimism, and caution;How close we are to the end of the startup fundraising winter;Some trends to look out for in Latin America, from mobile to AI.My name's Brian Requarth and this is the Latitud Podcast. Vamos, LatAm!Building good sh*t in Latin America?Find out how to pen your startup the right wayRequest early access to the Meridian international business account Or simply sign up for our newsletter for more content on navigating the LatAm startup ecosystem.Follow us on Linkedin / Twitter / Instagram / Spotify.
No que se tornou uma tradição anual, o "Latin America Digital Transformation Report" chega à sua quarta edição. E, para explorar os highlights do relatório, Julio Vasconcellos e Ana Clara Martins, sócios do Atlantico, conversam com Bel Gallera sobre os principais aprendizados do estudo com dados nunca antes vistos das empresas de tecnologia que mais crescem na região. Para ver o report, acesse https://www.atlantico.vc/latin-america-digital-transformation-report-2023See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Julio Vasconcellos (@JulioV), managing partner at Atlantico, and Ana Martins (@martinsg_ana), partner at Atlantico, join Anne Dwane (@adwane), co-founder and partner at Village Global, to discuss Atlantico's 2023 report on digital transformation in Latin America. Takeaways:- If Latin America was its own country it would be #3 in the world in terms of population and GDP.- Brazil and Mexico combined make up over half of the population of all of Latin America.- In the US about 60% of public market capitalization is made up of technology companies but in Latin America that proportion is only 1.8%.- Latin America is about 10-15 years behind where China is, which is itself about 5-7 years behind where the US is. There is a ton of catch-up that will happen over the next couple decades and that presents a huge opportunity.- Latin America has some deep scars from hyper-inflation decades ago. They were some of the first countires to quickly raise rates in order to tame the inflation that we've been seeing globally in the last few years. That has paid off with some countries in LatAm starting to lower rates already.Check out the full report here: https://www.atlantico.vc/latin-america-digital-transformation-report-2023Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform.Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal. Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
In this week's Espresso, we cover news from Maqui, Magnetis, Yape, and more!Outline of this episode:[00:28] – Heru introduces new AI-Powered tax services[00:42] – Maqui raises $1.5M Pre-seed round[00:53] – Nomad raises $61M in a Series B round[01:06] – BrainLogic AI secures $5M Pre-seed Round[01:21] – Ualá launches savings account in Argentina[01:33] – Yape expands to Bolivia[01:44] – BTG Pactual acquires Magnetis[02:01] – Cumbuca secures $3M in funding[02:14] – Yana unveils generative AI for mental health in LatAm[02:24] – Bebook raises $300K investment[02:37] – Prestamype secures $5M in Pre-Series A funding round[02:50] – Howdy.com acquires GeekHunter[03:02] – Mono introduces corporate cards that don't require a credit review[03:11] – Botanical Solutions closes $13M Series A round[03:23] – Openbank signs alliance with GOcuotasResources & people mentioned:Startups: Heru, Maqui, BrainLogic AI, Ualá, Yape, Magnetis, Nomad, Cumbuca, Yana, Bebook, Prestamype, Howdy.com, GreekHunter, Mono, Botanical Solutions, Openbank, GOcuotasVCs: Marathon Ventures, Factory HQ, Tiger Global Management, Lightspeed Venture Partners, LH Tech Ventures, ALIVE Ventures, Oikocredit.
"En el momento más bajo, tuve que tomar una decisión difícil. Y esta me tomó mucho tiempo porque nunca creí que tenía que hacerlo. Siempre pensaba que el próximo mes lo lograríamos, un error común para los emprendedores. Obtuvimos recursos, pero todo fue para mantener un negocio moribundo, engañándonos a nosotros mismos y posiblemente engañando a mis inversionistas."- Jimena Pardo (
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Tomas O'Farrell, Co-Founder at Workana, joins our host James Mackey to discuss why we are seeing companies expand and shift remote teams to LATAM. They debate the complexities of upskilling at a large scale, exploring the relationship between layoffs, restructuring, and upskilling.Additionally, they break down retention rates on a departmental level, seeking insights into talent retention strategies. 0:28 Tomas O'Farrell's background 1:18 Hiring engineers in Latin America10:04 Remote work, global hiring shifts16:09 Best practices for scaling up 22:37 Budgeting and upskilling workforce 28:01 Retention broken down by department. Thank you to our sponsor, SecureVision, for making this show possible! Our host James Mackey Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Parker Treacy voyaged down from the US to Brazil back in 2014 for two reasons. First, for the adventure. Second, and that's in his own words, for being irrationally convinced that he'd be successful. In the end, Parker stuck the landing. He took his experience in the auto industry to create Cobli, a startup that builds technology for fleet management. Now, Cobli has over 5 thousand clients and investors such as Fifth Wall, the IFC, and SoftBank.In this episode, Parker and I talked about:- How to balance curiosity and focus as a startup founder;- The story of how Parker landed in Brazil and co-founded Cobli;- How to balance founders' and investors' interests, and the importance of product-channel fit.My name's Brian Requarth and this is the Latitud Podcast. Vamos, LatAm!Building good sh*t in Latin America?Find out how to pen your startup the right wayRequest early access to the Meridian international business account Or simply sign up for our newsletter for more content on navigating the LatAm startup ecosystem.Follow us on Linkedin / Twitter / Instagram / Spotify.
In this episode, King Ho, Co-head for Product for Depositary Receipts, Asia Pacific and MENA markets at J.P. Morgan, is joined by Braedon Lehman, Senior Associate for Corporate Governance and M&A at S&P Global Market Intelligence, and Prerna Divecha, Climate and ESG Credit and Risk Solutions business at S&P Global Market Intelligence, to discuss the value of sustainability and related corporate governance practices and how this may connect to climate risk based on case studies of companies in Asia Pacific and Latin America. Braedon and Prerna will highlight some of the main findings from the S&P's study commissioned by J.P. Morgan and suggests practical implications for companies considering this as part of their corporate strategy. This episode was recorded on August 11, 2023. J.P. Morgan is a marketing name for the Securities Services businesses of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and its affiliates worldwide. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., organized under the laws of U.S.A. with limited liability, is regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in the U.S.A., as well as the regulations of the countries in which it or its affiliates undertake regulated activities. For additional regulatory disclosures regarding J.P. Morgan entities, please consult: www.jpmorgan.com/disclosures. This podcast has been created and prepared for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as financial, investment, and/or legal advice. The content of this podcast may not be reproduced or used for any other purpose without the prior written consent of J.P. Morgan. The views expressed in the podcast are those of the speakers' and do not necessarily constitute J.P. Morgan's endorsement of the same. The statements in this podcast are not intended to be legally binding. In preparing this podcast, J.P. Morgan has relied upon and assumed, without independent verification, the accuracy and completeness of all information available from public sources. Neither J.P. Morgan nor any of its directors, officers, employees or agents shall incur any responsibility or liability whatsoever to any other party in respect of the contents of this podcast or any matters referred to in, or discussed as a result of, this podcast. J.P. Morgan makes no representations as to the legal, regulatory, tax or accounting implications of the matters referred to in this podcast. The products and services described in this podcast (if any) are offered by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. or its affiliates subject to applicable laws and regulations and service terms. Not all products and services are available in all locations. Eligibility for particular products and services will be determined by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and/or its affiliates. ©2023 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.
Have you been wondering about how to design your lifestyle overseas? Rigel (aka coinsurenz) rejoins me on the show to talk about jurisdictional arbitrage in Latin America. We talk about some of his recent moves and his experiences as a bitcoin sovereign individual: Voice vs Exit - what about ‘staying and fighting'? Recent residency acquisition in Paraguay How the Latam residency market has shifted Common mistakes that digital nomads make Owning vs Renting homes and storage lockers Designing your life Links: Twitter: @CoinsureNZ SLP328 The Rise of Bitcoin Nomadism with CoinsureNZ Sponsors: Pacific Bitcoin Festival (code LIVERA) CoinKite.com (code LIVERA) Mempool.space Base58 Stephan Livera links: Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast
This week, Mary Ann spoke with Mercedes Bent, Partner on the early stage team at Lightspeed Ventures and co-lead of Lightspeed's LatAm region and angel fund. The pair chewed through a number of topics, including:How and why Mercedes started investing in Latin America, and why she thinks the region is more resilient than othersWhy we're early in the hype cycle when it comes to the intersection of AI and fintechWhy generative AI and fintech aren't always the best combination and much more.Equity is back on Friday with our weekly news roundup! Talk to you then!For episode transcripts and more, head to Equity's Simplecast website.Equity drops at 7 a.m. PT every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts. TechCrunch also has a great show on crypto, a show that interviews founders and more!
Air Europa busca incrementar en casi 80 % su oferta de asientos para Venezuela en 2023. Humberto Figuera, presidente ejecutivo de la Asociación de Líneas Aéreas en Venezuela (ALAV), explicó que Air Europa tiene 3 frecuencias en Venezuela en este momento, martes, sábado y domingo y está solicitando, y probablemente se les otorgará, una cuarta frecuencia a partir de noviembre. Aseguró que la aerolínea está buscando aumentar su frecuencia a 5 a partir de diciembre con aviones más grandes, uno para 226 pasajeros y otro de 339 pasajeros. Figuera indicó que la estimación de Air Europa es aumentar su mercado en Venezuela hasta 80%. También resaltó que Iberia aumentará a 5 frecuencias en el país a partir del 2 de septiembre. «Estamos aumentando la presencia de líneas aéreas en Venezuela y la posibilidad de viajar» añadió. También te puede interesar: Italia y Venezuela: exploran establecer vuelos comerciales El presidente de ALAV destacó que Plus Ultra, hasta ahora, tiene 4 frecuencias y está programando unos vuelos chárter entre Madrid y Porlamar con posibilidad de seguir hasta Canaima en una alianza que tiene con Conviasa. «Tras una reunión con las autoridades venezolanas, la aerolínea GOL Argentina ha destacado su interés en operar a Venezuela» acotó. Recalcó que ya se ha normalizado la frecuencia a Bogotá con las aerolíneas Latam, Wingo, Láser, Rutaca y Turpial, esperando que pronto se incorpore Avianca. Recordó que Estelar también está volando a Santiago de Chile y Argentina, insistiendo en que poco a poco se abren más rutas a Venezuela.