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CEBRI Convenes Closed-Door Meeting on 5G

CEBRI's Infrastructure Program convened a closed-door meeting on 5G on Friday, the 26th of November. The meeting was attended by André Clark, CEO of Siemens Energy in Brazil and Member of the CEBRI Board of Trustees; Claudio Frischtak, President of Inter.B Consultoria Internacional de Negócios and Member of the CEBRI Board of Trustees; Marcos Ferrari, Executive President, Conexis Brasil Digital and guests Carlos Manuel Baigorri, Advisor of the National Telecommunications Agency; Gabriel Fiuza de Bragança, Deputy Secretary of the Infrastructure Development Secretariat (SDI) of the Ministry of Economy; Nathalia Almeida de Souza Lobo, Sector Policy Director at the Ministry of Communications (MCom) and André Gomes, Senior Analyst at Cullen International.

CEBRI regularly convenes closed-door meetings with leaders from the public and private sector, that allow for networking, an exchange of ideas, and support for the formulation of public policies.

5G can be transformational in Brazil, impacting key societal issues: sustainability, economic development, productivity, and fighting inequality and poverty. However, there are still many barriers and uncertainties, such as the rate of diffusion, the level of adoption by the population and the productive sectors, and Brazil's capacity to position itself as a supplier of applications that use this technology. Furthermore, the lack of training on the part of the population can hinder the possibility of citizens making the most of this new technology.

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CEBRI's Infrastructure Program convened a closed-door meeting on 5G on Friday, the 26th of November. The meeting was attended by André Clark, CEO of Siemens Energy in Brazil and Member of the CEBRI Board of Trustees; Claudio Frischtak, President of Inter.B Consultoria Internacional de Negócios and Member of the CEBRI Board of Trustees; Marcos Ferrari, Executive President, Conexis Brasil Digital and guests Carlos Manuel Baigorri, Advisor of the National Telecommunications Agency; Gabriel Fiuza de Bragança, Deputy Secretary of the Infrastructure Development Secretariat (SDI) of the Ministry of Economy; Nathalia Almeida de Souza Lobo, Sector Policy Director at the Ministry of Communications (MCom) and André Gomes, Senior Analyst at Cullen International.

CEBRI regularly convenes closed-door meetings with leaders from the public and private sector, that allow for networking, an exchange of ideas, and support for the formulation of public policies.

5G can be transformational in Brazil, impacting key societal issues: sustainability, economic development, productivity, and fighting inequality and poverty. However, there are still many barriers and uncertainties, such as the rate of diffusion, the level of adoption by the population and the productive sectors, and Brazil's capacity to position itself as a supplier of applications that use this technology. Furthermore, the lack of training on the part of the population can hinder the possibility of citizens making the most of this new technology.

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