2023 in Latin America has turned into a much better performing year than most anticipated. After holding back in the first half of 2023, multinationals are far more bullish on the region as we enter the 4th quarter. Is that optimism warranted?
We will dive deeply into the drivers of our region on October 5th, and the results may surprise you… again.
What is more, we will conduct a multi-disciplinary discussion of five trends we see shaping the region over the next half decade:
Demographics: Latin America is aging more rapidly than any region of the world and the impacts will be widely felt in business, government and socially.
Adoption of artificial intelligence: many are keenly aware of its potential but how is it likely to be adopted in Latin America and how far reaching will its impact be felt?
Digital disruption: Latin America’s dreadfully uncompetitive services sector has been upended by smart phone app centered business models. But the job is only half-way finished. What comes next?
Economic democratization: Demographics, digital disruption, information transparency, and globalization are all conspiring forces leading us to a more even playing field in Latin America.
Reacting to climate change: New sustainability business norms were not exactly taking Latin America by storm because they were imposed from outside. However, the increasingly dramatic climate changes felt today in Latin America will spur local initiatives that will really alter the region.
AMI’s team will explain these major trends in detail and analyze both the risks and opportunities they pose to companies so they can plan effectively not only for 2024—but also for 2030.
Register below to understand the deep changes afoot in Latin America which can make the difference between prosperity and bankruptcy.
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