Congress on the IT Business in Costa Rica

On November 3 and 4 companies in the technology and telecommunications sector will be meeting in San José to explore business opportunities.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

The event will be held at the Hotel Real Intercontinental, where more than 40 companies will be taking part exhibiting their products and services. In addition, conferences and business meetings will be held on topics such as digital transformation of industries, artificial intelligence and new business trends.

See more information on the official website. 

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