Angelica Mari

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Angelica Mari is a Brazil-based technology journalist. She started working at age 15 as a computer instructor and started writing professionally about technology two years later. Since then, she has built a solid track-record of exclusive reporting and opinion published in leading publications globally, published books and led successful events, campaigns and communities online and offline. Angelica has lived, worked and studied overseas (Italy and UK) for a decade. She returned to Sao Paulo in December 2011 and since then has focused on reporting on how technology impacts Brazilian businesses and society. In addition, she works on content creation, translation and localization, as well as conference production and speaking for technology companies worldwide.

Angelica Mari does consulting, content creation and event management work for various technology, BPO, media and entertainment companies globally. She does not own discrete shares in any tech company other than her own.

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Six key trends for Brazilian CIOs in 2016

Six key trends for Brazilian CIOs in 2016

With an ongoing recession, Brazilian CIOs will need to make ends meet. ZDNet talks to research country manager for Brazil at Gartner, Cassio Dreyfuss, about key trends for those of charge of technology for the new year.

January 4, 2016 by in CXO

Ten Brazilian female tech innovators you should know

Ten Brazilian female tech innovators you should know

As the government and private sector focus on improving Brazil's innovation ecosystem, many local women are working to foster this environment by connecting people, ideas and turning ideas into reality. We list some of the females making a difference in the Brazilian technology innovation scene.

May 16, 2014 by in Mobility