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THE LARGEST

TELECOM EVENT INLATINAMERICA

OCTOBER 13 - 16 SAO PAULO–BRAZIL


WHAT IS FUTURECOM?

THE LARGEST AND

ICT EVENT IN LA

THE EVENT Futurecom: connecting the Market, offering to the Exhibitors the best Environment for the Development of Businesses, Networking and Know-How between Operators, Vendors, Government, Regulatory Bodies, OTT Players, Corporate Customers and Developers.

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TESTIMONIALS “Congratulations for the Impressive!” Zeinal Bava – President Oi & Portugal Telecom

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“Our company has been participating in this event since the early years. Our relationship is a long acquaintance with Futurecom.” Herberto Yamamuro – President NEC Brazil

"The attendance is very good. This last year had an even more selective audience. We had many meetings and met so many people who are our high-level business contacts." Jaqueline Lee – Marketing Director Qualcomm

“Amazing result at #Futurecom in Brazil for #FirefoxOS. #Futurecom is now the premier #mobile phone industry event in #LATAM” John Bernard - Global Marketing Director | Mozilla

BUSINESS TRADE SHOW BEST NETWORKING ENVIRONMENT


THE POTENTIAL OF

BRAZILIAN AND

LATIN AMERICAN

MARKET With its continuous growth over the last years and the great perspectives for the time to come, the Brazilian Market is the right place for the companies that want to grow in Latin America. Futurecom is the best ambience for the Executives that want to take advantage of this scenario of rich opportunities, with its precious networking.

GDP LATAM

USD 5,6 TRI

GDP BRAZIL

USD 2,4 TRI

LATAM AREA

21.069.501 SQKM

BRAZIL AREA

8,514,877 SQKM

LATAM POPULATION

588 MILLION INH.

BRAZIL POPULATION

201 MILLION INH.


GROWTH 3.4%

COMPOUND ANNUAL GROWTH RATE

TELECOM REVENUES

MEXICO

GDP: USD 1,1 TRI 117,5 MILLION INH. 46,3 MI MOBILE SUBS. 97,6 MI SIM CONNEC.

PANAMA

GDP: USD 31 BI 3,7 MILLION INH. 2,4 MI MOBILE SUBS. 4,7 MI SIM CONNEC.

COSTA RICA

GDP: USD 41 BI 4,9 MILLION INH. 2,7 MI MOBILE SUBS. 4,9 MI SIM CONNEC.

COLOMBIA

GDP: USD 332 BI 48,2 MILLION INH. 24 MI MOBILE SUBS. 43,9 MI SIM CONNEC.

ECUADOR

GDP: USD 67 TRI 15,1 MILLION INH. 9 MI MOBILE SUBS. 17,1 MI SIM CONNEC.

BRAZIL

PERU

GDP: USD 177 BI 30,1 MILLION INH. 15,1 MI MOBILE SUBS. 28,2 MI SIM CONNEC.

GDP: USD 2,4 TRI 199 MILLION INH. 112,5 MI MOBILE SUBS. 238,7 MI SIM CONNEC.

BOLIVIA

GDP: USD 24 BI 10,4 MILLION INH. 4,9 MI MOBILE SUBS. 9 MI SIM CONNEC.

PARAGUAY

GDP: USD 24 BI 6,8 MILLION INH. 3,7 MI MOBILE SUBS. 7,1 MI SIM CONNEC.

CHILE

GDP: USD 249 BI 17,6 MILLION INH. 11,6 MI MOBILE SUBS. 24,1 MI SIM CONNEC.

USD49BI

INVESTMENTS 4G NETWORKS FROM 2014 TO 2017

SOURCE: WIRELESS MATRIX, AT KEARNEY ANALYSIS, 2013

URUGUAY

GDP: USD 47 BI 3,4 MILLION INH. 2,1 MI MOBILE SUBS. 4,4 MI SIM CONNEC.

ARGENTINA

GDP: USD 446 BI 41,5 MILLION INH. 28 MI MOBILE SUBS. 52,9 MI SIM CONNEC.

BI: Billion INH: Inhabitants SQKM: Square Kilometers MOBILE SUBS.: Mobile Subscribers SIM CONNEC.: SIM Connections TRI: Trillion SOURCE: MOBILE ECONOMY LATIN AMERICA, GSMA, 2013


6,8 MI

9,5 MI

16,5 MI

24,1 MI

30,5 MI

32,4 MI

49 MI

62,4 MI

100,7 MI

248,3 MI

PARAGUAY

BOLIVIA

ECUADOR

CHILE

VENEZUELA

PERU

COLOMBIA

ARGENTINA

MEXICO

BRAZIL

5 MI URUGUAY

FUTURECOM, THE BEST WAY TO ENTER THE BRAZILIAN AND LATIN AMERICAN MARKET.

MOBILE LINES NUMBER OF ACCESSES PER COUNTRY. SOURCE: WORLD BANK; ITU; 2012.

With an increasingly stronger and more qualified LATAM presence in each edition, Futurecom has become the best place for ICT Companies to achieve greater visibility in the Region!


BROADBAND MARKET MOBILE AND FIXED COLOMBIA 6.8 MI VENEZUELA 3.2 MI

ARGENTINA 9.8 MI CHILE 6.8 MI

BRAZIL 91.3 MI MEXICO 23.7 MI

NUMBER OF ACCESSES PER COUNTRY. SOURCE: TELECO AND REGULATORY BODIES - 2012.

ECUADOR >> 4.2 MI

URUGUAY >> 1.6 MI

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

>> 1.6 MI

PERU >> 1.4 MI

COSTA RICA PANAMA >> 1.1 MI >> O.55 MI

INTERNET USERS NUMBER OF USERS PER COUNTRY.

SOURCE: IBGE, US CENSUS BUREAU, 2013.

BRAZIL

102 MI MEXICO

CHILE

PERU

VENEZUELA

10 MI

11 MI

12 MI

COLOMBIA

ARGENTINA

22 MI

24 MI

44 MI


FUTURECOM THE EVENT WHERE THE MARKET MEETS Operators in the Brazilian Market traditionally participate at the Event, bringing over 3000 Attendees! Futurecom also welcomes several Operators from L  atin American Countries.


OUTSTANDING EXECUTIVES FROM FIXED AND MOBILE OPERATORS

Antônio Carlos Valente Telefonica Vivo

José Formoso Embratel - Telebrasil

Carlos Zenteno • Claro

Amos Genish • GVT

Zeinal Bava • Oi

Rodrigo Abreu • TIM

Divino Sebastião Algar Telecom

Santiago Valbuena Telefonica

+3000 OPERATOR ATTENDEES

Paulo César Teixeira Telefonica Vivo

Caio Bonilha • Telebras


FUTURECOM INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS Futurecom has been consistently achieving the highest level in its International Congress, with the most Prestigious and Qualified Speakers from all over the World, ranging from Presidents of Regulatory Bodies, Ministers to Worldwide CEOs!

Michel Combes • Alcatel Lucent

Jay Sullivan • Mozilla

Hamid Akhavan-Malayeri • Unify

Rajeev Suri • NSN RECENT EDITIONS

WORLDWIDE CEOs »» 6 Conference Rooms; »» All of them with permanent simultaneous translation; »» Featuring more than 300 Speakers; »» Over 4.200 Congress Delegates. Cristiano Amon • Qualcomm (QCT)


C-LEVELS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE PARTICIPATING AS KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Selina Lo • Ruckus Wireless

Carlos López Blanco • Telefonica

Chuck Berger Extreme Networks

Alfonso Gómez Palacio Telefonica Colombia

Simon Yeung • Comba Telecom

Rami Rahim • Juniper Networks

Katsumi Emura • NEC Corporation

Samuel Greenblatt • Dell

David Brown • TE Connectivity

Stephen B. Alexander • Ciena

Chris McGugan • Avaya

Raghu Subramanian • Juniper Networks

Brad Gambill • TE Connectivity

David Sliter • HP

François Rancy • ITU

Fergus O’Reilly • SAP


FUTURECOM C MOBILITY CORPORATE MOBILITY

TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS VIRTUALIZATION SOFTWARE PLATFORMS APPLIANCES

MARKET & BUSINESS

M-HEALTH

CLOUD

WEARABLE

BIG DATA & ANALYTICS

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

BUSINESS MODELS

DIGITAL LIFE STYLE

CORPORATE MARKET

M-EDUCATION

NETWORK SHARING

MOBILE BROADBAND

VALUE ADDED SERVICES CONTENT M2M

BACKHAUL INTERNET OF EVERYTHING BACKBONES HETNET UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS TELEPRESENCE DATA CENTERS CONVERGENT NETWORKS ULTRABROADBAND ACCESS NETWORKS

OTT BUSINESSES SERVICES & NETWORKS QUALITY

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CONNECTED CAR


CORE THEMES INNOVATION AMBIENCE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SOCIETY

EDUCATION INFRASTRUCTURE

DEVELOPMENT

INFORMATION ACCESS

EDUCATION

DIGITAL INCLUSION

HEALTH

INCENTIVE POLICIES

SECURITY & PRIVACY

GOVERNMENTAL AND PRIVATE INVESTMENTS

SOCIAL NETWORKS SUSTAINABILITY

STRUCTURED INVESTMENT POLICIES FOR STARTUP COMPANIES

SMART CITIES SOCIAL INCLUSION ICT CONTRIBUTING FOR SOCIETY DEVELOPMENT

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC POLICY FREQUENCY SPECTRUM INDUSTRIAL POLICY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK GOVERNANCE OF THE INTERNET MARKET CONSOLIDATION


FUTURECOM

BUSINESS TR


RADE SHOW


VENUE SAO PAULO Sao Paulo is considered the financial capital of Brazil and the most important business center in South America, as it is the location for the headquarters of many major corporations, major banks and financial institutions. As the largest city in South America, this huge metropolis has the highest GDP in Brazil and Latin American cities and it is one of the most urban centers in the planet. It has the world’s largest helicopters fleet and the biggest Air passenger traffic in the southern hemisphere.

MONUMENT TO THE BANDEIRAS

But Sao Paulo is not only about business and offices. The city has a major cultural, economic and political influence both nationally and internationally. It gives place to many cultural and sports activities like music halls, theaters, Formula One and Formula Indy Grand Prix. The city offers parks and museums such as the Ipiranga Museum, the first monument, built in 1895, to preserve the memory of the Independence of Brazil and the symbolic Monument to the Bandeiras. The city, which is also colloquially known as Sampa, has endless other landmarks to be visited and sights to be seen, never forgetting that it hosts important events with worldwide reference and importance.

IPIRANGA MUSEUM

SAO PAULO IS A CITY FULL OF OPPORTUNITIES AND A GREAT PLACE TO DEVELOP BUSINESSES.


Transamerica Expo Center counts on state-of-the-art

technology, which guarantees the title of one of the best Convention and Exhibition Centers in Brazil and Latin America

for events of all sizes. Its modern infrastructure is one of the most important in Brazil, prepared to receive an event such as Futurecom, as well as other major events.

The Transamerica Expo Center brings the most complete and

modern infrastructure for events, providing Futurecom with an area around 21.000 sqm, spread over 4 different pavilions

located on same floor and including 1.000 sqm of foyer and mezzanine space as well as 6 conference rooms.

CONVENTION CENTER


GOVERNMENT & REGULATORY BODIES THE GRAND OPENING CEREMONY FEATURES AN IMPRESSIVE AUDIENCE AT THE BRAZIL CONFERENCE ROOM. Futurecom solemnly opens with the prestigious participations from CEOs, Ministers, Regulatory Bodies, Government Authorities, Corporate Customers and the National and International Press.

Hamadoun Touré • Secretary-General - ITU

Diego Molano Vega • Ministry of ICT - Colombia

Paulo Bernardo • Ministry of Communications - Brazil


Presence of Regulatory Bodies

João Batista de Rezende • ANATEL - Brazil

Ana Maria Granda Becerra • OSIPTEL - Peru

Fabian L. Jaramillo • SUPERTEL -Ecuador

Julius Genachowski • FCC

Gabriel Lombide • URSEC - Uruguay

Geraldine González • SUBTEL - Chile

Oscar León • ANE - Colombia

Maryleana Jimenez • Sutel Costa Rica.

Amr Badawi • NTRA - Egypt


SPONSORS 2013 PREMIUM

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INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT APOIO INSTITUCIONAL DEV AREA DEV AREA

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OVERAGE Futurecom is widely covered by over 300 press professionals from various vehicles of communications, including national and international media conglomerates, news agencies, important newspapers and magazines.

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL

COVERAGE General Press Media Groups

Specialized Press Media Groups*

* Some of the Media Partners that covered the last Edition of Futurecom.

MEDIA


OCTOBER 13 - 16 . SAO PAULO–BRAZIL

LAUDALIO VEIGA FILHO PRESIDENT

ANDRE VEIGA VICE-PRESIDENT

LUIS ALBERTO VEIGA

VICE-PRESIDENT

NALZIRA SANTOS MUNIZ BUSINESS MANAGER

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Promotion & Organization

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Futurecom 2014 International Portfolio Folder