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Marcelo Claure, from SotfBank, talks about venture capital in Latin America

On the third panel of Brazil at Silicon Valley (BSV), he will speak about the future of entrepreneurship and how to turnaround WeWork

London, United Kingdom - September 21, 2019: A view of the Wework co-sharing office spaces on Bishopsgate street In London
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  • In this panel, Claure will speak with Ana Paula Assis, General Director of IBM Latin America;
  • The first two panels of BSV were seen by more than 20,000 people.

It will be this Wednesday, May 20th, at BRT 6:30 pm (EDT 5:30 pm), , the conference designed by Brazilian students from Stanford and Berkeley universities which migrated to a digital format because of the COVID-19 pandemic this year.

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In this panel, which will be broadcast in English on BSV’s official YouTube channelMarcelo ClaureCOO of SoftBank Group Corp. and CEO of SoftBank International will speak with Ana Paula AssisGeneral Manager of IBM Latin America, about the future of entrepreneurship in the region.

They will share their visions about how we should navigate the pandemic. Marcelo will also tell us about his experience bringing SoftBank to Latin America and his plans to turnaround WeWork.

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The first two panels of BSV were seen by more than 20,000 people. The first panel, moderated by Stone cofounder André Street, was about the Brazilian innovation ecosystem and brought together executives from the unicorns Gympass, Nubank, iFood, and Wildlife Studios.

In the second panel, Sal Khan, from the free online education platform Khan Academy, Jorge Paulo Lemann, the Brazilian investor and entrepreneur, member of the founding board of NGOs Fundação Estudar and Fundação Lemann, talked about the future of education.