I will be attending the 2012 Red Innova New York conference taking place on November 8-9 in New York City at IESE Business School  New York Campus on West 57th Street, where I will be helping the event organizers with their Social Media and digital marketing execution.

If you’re not familiar with Red Innova, it is a global community built around Innovation, Internet and Entrepreneurship in Latin America.

Red Innova runs an online community called redguru, and hosts live events worldwide in multiple cities including Sao Paulo, Madrid and Punta del Este.

This year’s event in New York will be the first US event for Red Innova and will bring together 250 participants to discuss a wide range of topics focused on Internet, technology and Entrepreneurship in Latin America including among others:

  • – Opportunities in Latin American Social Commerce
  • – Mobile Apps
  • – Cloud Computing
  • – Marketplaces
  • – Social Media
  • – Investment Strategies


Red Innova New York will be an exceptional opportunity to learn, network and share ideas about the booming tech scene in Latin America. Our mission is to connect the global ecosystem of tech entrepreneurs, investors, and mentors interested in Latin America.” says Pablo Larguía, Founder of Red Innova.

Featured Speakers for the event include:



Red Innova New York will take place at IESE Business School 165 West 57th St. (Click address for map), New York, NY 10019 on Thursday and Friday, November 8-9 from 9:30AM – 5:30PM on both days.

Following the New York event, Red Innova will host their Sao Paulo, Brazil conference on November 21-22, 2012.

For additional information including the full speaker lineup, and to register for the conference, please visit: http://www.redinnova.com/new-york/

Follow Red Innova on Facebook and on Twitter, and catch all the action and conversation around the event using Hashtag #RINY12


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