Our understanding of nearly every aspect of life will change, from the minutiae of our daily lives to more fundamental questions about identify, relationships and our own security. How we interact with others and how we view ourselves will continue to be influenced and driven by the online world around us.
APD and Axis Corporate has organised a Conference to discuss How Technology Will Change Us in the Future – with the participation of Fuencisla Clemares, Country Manager of Google Spain and Portugal.
Fuencisla Clemares, will share fascinating ideas, informed predictions, and prescient warnings about how technology is reshaping our culture, business and the lives of the people who live in it in.
Mobility is changing rapidly with transformation in social networks, cloud and big data creating a “Perfect Storm” that impacts us in all senses of our lives. We are now living in a world where a smartphone contains more technological capacity than was necessary to send a man to the moon in 1969.
We are delighted to welcome Fuencisla Clemares who will present, at the College of Economists of Catalonia in Barcelona, 6 April from 9.15 am to 11.00 am.
The capacity is limited so if you are interested in attending this day, please contact via email Lupe Alcon email@example.com
Notes to Editors
Fuencisla Clemares has a degree in business and MBA from IESE in 2000.
She has been working to enhance the digitalisation of the retail, travel, consumer, automotive and consumer electronics sectors for Google España.
After leading the areas of banking, insurance and telecommunications, as well as the initiative to incorporate mobile into business growth for all industries. Fuencisla works effortlessly to highlight the fundamental role of women, empowerment, in the technological world. Fuencisla participates in forums and projects aimed at putting in value the role of women and leadership, as well as the importance of education.
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