Tech icons talk innovation

Innovation seems to be an elusive practice for Latin American firms. Columbia University professor, Raúl Katz, notes that the region massively adopted digital tools in the last decade. However, this adoption has not resulted in increased productivity, or faster economic growth. What’s missing? Latin Trade spoke with the heads of IBM, SAP, Microsoft, Aeromexico and IHG, about ways to spur innovation in the region. Read the full interview. Trust in Latin America’s growth outlook strengthens: poll Economists’ confidence in Latin America’s prospects is strengthening ahead of major elections in the region as global growth accelerates, the latest Reuters survey found. For all but one of the region’s major economies, respondents either increased or maintained their growth forecasts from the previous […]

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