logo movilion bajaMovilion is a digital medium focused on the mobile ecosystem and its impact on the mobility of different business segments in Latin America. It provides a weekly newsletter with original articles created by a team of journalists located in Buenos Aires.

The managing editor is Nicolás Falcioni.

Approximately, Movilion has 7,500 subscribers who belong primarily to the areas of new businesses, emerging channels and digital marketing. It has been active for 9 years. For more information, visit

logo ccsurCCSur is a digital medium that creates relevant information about customer care centers. Contact centers are increasingly producing knowledge, the most valuable asset of modern companies.

CCSur began in August 2004 with the publication of a weekly digital newsletter with free subscription. Currently, it has more than 8,300 readers. They are mostly call center managers, marketing and HR managers, CIO's, CEO's and mid-level officials.

It is edited in Buenos Aires by Joaquín Frías. For more information, visit

logo mobiletrack bajaMobileTrack is an event created for professionals interested in applying the mobile channel to businesses. It features academic content curated by the specialized medium and it includes presentations of particular cases and thematic approaches. May 2013 witnessed the 7th edition, centered on the challenges faced by the ecosystem of mobile wallets in Latin America.

Normally, the attendees at MobileTrack are executives in the areas of technology and business development working in companies with the following lines of businesses: mobile operators, banks, ATM and payment networks, credit cards, retailers, government and regulatory entities, software developers, device manufacturers, Internet and e-commerce, ecosystem associations and media, to name a few.

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logo estrategias contactoEstrategias de Contacto is an on-site event designed for professionals in the areas of management and contact centers. It features academic content and it includes presentations of particular cases and thematic approaches.

Profile of attendees: CEO's, functionaries, call center managers, HR and marketing managers, journalists, mid-level officials and those working in IT/systems and contact centers. Attendees have the chance to receive information about particular cases of utilization of new relationship channels and to discover why the contact center is evolving into the BPO (Business Process Outsourcing). It is also an opportunity to interact with colleagues and exchange ideas and projects aiming to strengthen the contact network.

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