LAC Training Webinar Series | 18-20 June 2024

Promoting the digital transformation of small and medium-sized enterprises in Latin America and the Caribbean 

Discover the path to digital transformation with our comprehensive webinar series tailored for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Latin America and the Caribbean. Over the course of three dynamic days, we invite you to join us as we delve into the intricacies of digital innovation and economic empowerment.

Organized by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), our series, “Promoting the Digital Transformation of SMEs in Latin America and the Caribbean,” is designed to be a transformative experience. We will bring together participants from influential institutions and thriving companies in Brazil, Colombia, and Bolivia for a collaborative journey. The webinar series will be available online in Spanish from June 18 to 20, at 11:00-12:00 (UTC-4).

Our primary objective: To lay the groundwork for impactful digital transformation initiatives through engaging discussions and insightful presentations. Together, we’ll explore the latest digital technologies and strategies, aiming to boost the resilience and competitiveness of SMEs in the region.

The series is structured around three key areas:

Digital Transformation for SMEs: Gain a comprehensive understanding of digital technologies and their transformative power. Explore topics such as technology adoption, data analytics, cybersecurity, and more.

AI for SMEs: Discover how artificial intelligence (AI) can revolutionize your business operations. Learn about AI-powered chatbots, recommendation engines, virtual assistants, and other tools designed to enhance efficiency and decision-making.

Industry 4.0 for SMEs: Explore the possibilities of Industry 4.0 technologies in improving productivity and sustainability. From IoT for performance monitoring to predictive maintenance and smart product transformation, unlock the potential of digital innovation on your shop floor.

Our approach is collaborative and practical. Through interactive workshops and real-world case studies, participants will have the opportunity to apply newfound knowledge directly to their businesses. Plus, our dedicated platform will facilitate post-webinar engagement, featuring discussion forums, Q&A sessions, and certification programs.

Are you ready to embark on a journey towards digital transformation? Join us for this transformative webinar series and equip your SME with the tools and insights needed to thrive in the digital era.

Please complete the registration form to participate in the webinar.
The registration deadline is June 14, 2024.

The link to the webinars will be shared with registered participants.


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