A Carrier Community (CC) é um clube global de telecomunicações estabelecido desde 2008, que está organizando reuniões anuais da comunidade de operadoras globais na América Latina desde 2015 para seus membros. A CC está organizando seu 7.º LATAM 2020 GCCM anual – nos dias 16 e 17 de agosto de 2021, em São Paulo, no Hilton Hotel, Brasil. Para saber mais sobre esta evento em português, consulte a brochura e clique aqui
Carrier Community (CC), a global telecom club established in 2008 has organized annual global carrier community meetings in LATAM America since 2015 for its members. CC is organizing its 7th annual LATAM 2021 GCCM – on 16th and 17th August 2021 in São Paulo at the Hilton Hotel, Brazil. Should the event be rescheduled as a result of a pandemic, the CC Team will notify its members early enough with new alternative date. For more information please feel free to contact our team at [email protected].
More than 200+ Club Members from 100+ operators from 24+ countries representing decision-makers from the Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 will meet and network in São Paulo during the GCCM and its evening networking cocktail receptions.
CC is bringing together members and Telco Eco-Partners from various segments such as Data, Cloud, Application Providers, Voice, SMS Messaging , Mobile, OTT/ Content Providers, VAS, Submarine Cable, Enterprise, Satellite, ISP, Data Centers and other related segments while meeting, networking with peers and exploring new business opportunities, discussing latest market trends at the panel sessions and showcasing their latest solutions. Members can also use the online meeting portal to directly schedule individual meetings with attendees.
During LATAM 2021 GCCM CC will cooperate closely with its strategic partners and the largest Internet Associations in Brazil: Abranet and Abrint to further establish the GCCM profile for community members in the LATAM region and will invite potential ISP members to join the GCCM platform while networking and doing business with the regional and international CC members. This event is truly a gateway to Latin America for the telecom world.
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Relax in our rooftop pool with great views of The Estaiada Bridge, or enjoy a workout in the full equipped gym with panoramic city views. Hilton Sao Paulo Morumbi, with convenient access to businesses, a heliport and shops, features art in its restaurant, joyful happy hour in an open terrace, spa and beauty salon. Find great business facilities at this Sao Paulo hotel, including WiFi, 19 meeting rooms and a ballroom for up to 600 people.
5 BEST THINGS TO DO IN SÃO PAULO
Catedral Da Sé – The first version of the church was installed in 1591 when the indigenous leader Tibiriçá chose the spot where the city’s first temple would be built. The ‘church’ was a taipa structure with walls made of clay and straw, held up together by logs. The construction of the current Cathedral began in 1913 but was only inaugurated in 1954, still without its two main towers. One of the five largest Neo-Gothic temples in the world, there are guided historical visits within the church and its crypt below the altar, where the imaginary line of the Tropic of Capricorn passes and the indigenous leader Tibiriçá is buried. The front of the Cathedral is considered the very center of the city of São Paulo.
Sala São Paulo – With 1,509 seats in its 1,000 square meter space, Sala São Paulo is considered the largest concert hall in Latin America. The hall has a movable ‘lining’ which allows for the adaptation of the acoustics depending on the music to be performed. The hall is also the only one on the continent which functions inside a working train station.
Museu do Futebol – Die-hard football (soccer) fans visiting São Paulo can gain an insight into Brazilian passion for the sport at the Museu do Futebol, located at the entrance of the Pacaembu Stadium. The museum shows the history of football, Brazilian football legends, and the World Cup since its beginning in 1930. It has old movie clips and radio transmissions from famous football games, interviews with football personalities in Brazil and an entire room dedicated to Brazil’s football ‘king’ Pele.
Galeria do Rock – Founded in 1963 as a shopping center, Galeria do Rock is a meeting point of the most diverse tribes in the center of São Paulo. The center’s fame began in the 1970s when music stores began setting up there and record fans from all over the city descended on the area for the rarest record or bargain tapes. Today Galeria do Rock is a space not only dedicated to rock music but skaters, tattoo artists, and music-themed clothes and accessories.
Instituto Tomie Ohtake – Don’t let the shiny, purple, red and blue skyscraper throw you, the Instituto Tomie Ohtake hosts some of the most sought-after exhibitions in the country. The building not only houses the gallery but is also home to a theatre, restaurant and book store. The gallery specializes in exhibitions of fine arts, architecture, and designers who have been a reference in the art world for the past 50 years. Since space has no permanent collection, visitors return again and again to see the new exhibitions.