Peru’s largest entrepreneurial capital event, Peru Venture Capital Conference (PVCC) will take place in September 11, at Lima Convention Center.
“This year’s iteration is expected to attract more than 800 attendees, connecting all of the most important players involved in Peru’s up-and-coming startup ecosystem with local and international investors”, informed Sociable.
This event is organized by BID Fomin, UTEC, Cofide and Startup Perú. It aims to unite the local startup community, attract interest from international investors, and promote knowledge-sharing and best practices.
Throughout the day, 18 speakers will present on different topics related to investment and startups.
On its second annual conference this September, PVCC seeks to bring together entrepreneurs, incubators, investors, large business, and also the Peruvian government.
“More than 130 investors, 170 corporations and 300 national and international startups participated in the inaugural June 2017 event. This year, it is expected to be even bigger”, according to Sociable.
The initiative also aims to serve as a platform for the technology that will define the future of Peru. For more information, you can visit the Peru Venture Capital Conference website or search #pvcc2018.
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