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Ibaneis wants to bring the Web Summit to DF

10/26/2021 at 9:37 AM / Updated 10/26/2021 9:38 AM

Ibanis will travel to Lisbon to demonstrate Brasilia’s ability to host the event –

Brasilia could host the biggest event Technology and innovation Worldwide from 2023 onwards. The event, known as the Web Summit, will take place next month in Lisbon, Portugal, and Governor Ibanis Rocha (MDB) will travel to the country to host the Web Summit in Brasilia for at least five years.

The owner of the Brasilia Technology Park (Biotic) competes with the federal capital, Rio de Janeiro, and Porto Alegre for the conference’s fourth world headquarters. The Web Summit has already traveled to Hong Kong, China, Toronto, Canada and now the Portuguese capital, Lisbon. After the meeting with GDF in Lisbon, the event directors will come to the capital and learn about the structure for hosting the event.

According to government estimates, Brasilia is a centralized hotel network with parking facilities, qualified security, the airport center of President Giuseppe Kubitsek International Airport and accommodation of four to five stars.

“This trip will not only bring a conference of this size to Brasilia, which will already be a lot, but will present the full potential of our technology park and make huge investments in our bio industries,” the governor explains. .

Conference

This year’s edition in Portugal is expected to bring in at least 40,000 visitors in three days in November, including technicians and investors. Managing directors of large startups such as Uber, Stripe and Waze will also attend. The economic impact of the country’s biggest event was mainly due to the success of the Web Summit.

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Economic impact

In 2017 alone, the Portuguese government estimated Annual movement மில்லியன் 300 million, equivalent to R $ 1,977 billion. Many partners like Google, Amazon, Mercedes, Pipedrive, Revolut, Cloudflare and BMW decided to establish operations in the country. Tourism was able to move around $ 200 million, R $ 1.318 billion during the week of the exhibition, including flights, shopping, food, tours and accommodation.

“In addition to boosting the economy, this level of event gives us visibility so that many companies realize the potential of our capital and invest here, creating jobs and consequently generating higher returns,” Ibanis highlights.

Biotic will be a major hub as it focuses on innovation in biotechnology and information and communication technology. DF’s development of science, technology and innovation. For this event, the 95.9-hectare Terracop property has the potential to expand into the Granza do Torto.

Creating 794 companies and more than 2,000 co-workers (joint ventures), 7,600 jobs and 9,500 residents, it will be a smart city where people can live, study and work in one place.

Together

In order to host the event, the federal district secretariats operate in a cohesive accent. According to Gilvan Maximo, head of the Department of Science and Technology, “Brasilia Technology Park is leaving paper and becoming a reality. Turning the eyes of the world to the federal district through the Internet Summit is to attract investment for the smart city we are about to create, which is one of the centers of technology and innovation in Latin America such as Silicon Valley in the United States. States “, details.

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Renata Juquin, Secretary of International Relations, points out that the initiative has the potential to attract thousands of visitors and create large-scale business to enhance Brasilia’s potential. The assessment was defended by Marcio Faria, secretary of economic development. “Brasilia’s geographical location facilitates the reception of people from across the country and the well – structured international airport strengthens our capacity for tourists from other parts of the world.

* With information from the Brasilia Agency