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WEBINAR: Oportunidades e desafios para seguir o ritmo da Internet do Futuro – Tudo o que precisa saber acerca da Reunião da ICANN na Singapura

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Data: Segunda-feira, 10 de março de 2014
Hora: 04:00 h -05:00 h UTC (Conversor horário: http://goo.gl/hqru17)

Una-se aos vice-presidentes da ICANN, Yu-Chuang Kuek e Christopher Mondini, para um webinar pré-ICANN 49 para participantes do setor comercial [PDF, 189 KB].

Este webinar está concebido como uma apresentação da ICANN e do Grupo de Partes Interessadas do Setor Comercial ao pessoal do mundo dos negócios em geral que não conhecem a Comunidade ICANN e que estão interessados na próxima reunião pública ICANN 49, na Singapura.

Entre os apresentadores, estarão:

  • Elisa Cooper – Diretora Sênior de Marketing de Produtos, MarkMonitor
  • Peter J. Dernbach – Parceiro, Winkler Partners
  • Maemura Akinori – Gerente Geral, Departamento de Desenvolvimento da Internet, Japan Network Information Center

Para responder e obter informação sobre como acessar o webinar, siga este link: http://goo.gl/eTjiux


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