Colombia 4.0 is the digital content summit of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), which evolved to face the new challenges posed by the fourth industrial revolution and transformation of the digital economy.
Fitrans is a biennial event held in Bogotá that brings together the different sectors of the commercial, utility, freight and passenger vehicles industry to offer them commercial samples, specialized lectures, academic agenda and networking.
The International Seminar will be held this year for the first time in Bogotá: Training for Foreign Direct Investment is organized by GDP Global and Invest in Bogotá.
Bogotá will be the host of the first Bogotá International Film Festival (BIFF), bringing a proposal according to a young, urban and intellectual city. The festival will take place from October 9 to 17 as a result of a joint effort between representatives from the Colombian audiovisual industry and important public and private entities. BIFF shows risqué films in accordance with new film trends and new young audiences who are increasingly acquiring better taste in films and require more and better movies. Also, the festival is working hand in hand with audiovisual institutes and the city's
The fair that brings together the best of national and international art, ARTBO , is coming to Bogotá . This year, it will take place at Corferias from October 1 to 4. This fair, which is organized by the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce, was launched in 2005 to promote and position Bogotá as a destination for culture , art and business in the sector. ARTBO is currently the largest annual platform for visual arts in Colombia and one of the market's most important fairs in Latin America, as it has become a forum where art is brought to all types of audiences as a means of cultural exchange . The
The fourth edition of Heavy Oil Latin America Conference & Exhibition presents technical and business conference programs that explore cutting-edge techniques and insights in heavy oil.
Bogotá will be the host city for the Meeting of the Americas on Climate Change from September 20 to 23. The purpose of the meeting is to open a forum for discussion for Latin American cities on the topic of climate change and global warming. The meeting, which has been organized by the Bogotá Mayor's Office and its district entities, will be attended by the civil society and the private sector, recounting their experiences in reference to the topic of environmental care through lectures, discussion panels and training programs to be discussed and promoted in the region. This event aims to