On December 1st, 2nd and 3rd, the Madrid Municipal Congress Centre will host one of the most important events in the digital sector in Spain, the International Digital Content Forum (FICOD) 2015.
This year the attendees of the conference will be greeted with visualizations by CartoDB on a giant screen. CartoDB is proud to be hosting a booth at the event, along with talks and workshops — we hope to see you there!
The FICOD is an international forum organised by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism through Red.es, encouraging the development of the digital economy. FICOD brings together stakeholders from across the digital sector to exchange ideas with leading speakers, find talent, to train in new digital professions, and to do business with entrepreneurs and investors.
The Forum, which in 2015 will be holding its seventh edition, is a meeting point for players in the industry and those interested in the digital economy. Every year, FICOD covers new and inspirational themes, ideas, tendencies, success stories, companies and innovative products in the digital economy. Visitors will have access to the latest in virtual reality, the internet, video games, e-business, intelligent lighting, entrepreneurship, communication, digital marketing
CartoDB will be presenting at the FICOD event, located in the Palacio Municipal de Congresos in Madrid. On the 1st Sergio Alvarez Leiva will give a 5-minute talk at Retina (organized by Grupo Prisa) and on the 2nd Eduardo Rodés will present a workshop on CartoDB technology.
Come by our booth to say hello, and look out for CartoDB maps on big screens throughout the event. Check out the whole program here.
Happy data mapping!
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