Tech Founders lunch (date TBD – stay tuned)
March 14, 2023:
Brazilian Tech Founders in Silicon Valley
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The emerging Miami-Brazil tech hub – a conversation with founders & investors on the tech innovation
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March 2022: AgTech Brazil
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