BNamericas’ Telecom Outlook 2016: Enough Momentum to Pull Through the Crisis

PRESS RELEASE – Santiago, November 4th, 2015

Despite a widespread economic slowdown, the Latin American telecom sector is expecting no slowdown in activity in 2016 as countries advance with 4G network rollout, fiber buildout projects – particularly in Colombia and Peru – and terrestrial digital television (DTT) migration programs.

According to the BNamericas Telecom Outlook, an annual publication that looks at where the sector is headed, upcoming spectrum auctions in Paraguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Mexico and Costa Rica will boost the 4G investment opportunity, particularly as in most cases there is ample room for increasing internet adoption and mobile is the most viable medium.

In Colombia alone the country’s connectivity programs are expected to require investment of US$11 billion during 2014-18, shared between the public and private sectors. Meanwhile, most governments continue drafting national ICT agendas, aware that the potential for digital inclusion to contribute to GDP growth is now more critical than ever.

The Outlook looks at the major telecom trends across Latin America, places them in the local context and assesses regulatory and infrastructure conditions that help, or hinder, telecoms in the region. To access the first chapter click here.

MAIN CHAPTERS

Got Reform?

Spectrum as a Catalyst for Investment

Brazil: Patience is a Virtue

Mexico Soldiering On

Signs of Confidence Elsewhere

MVNO Model Still Evolving

DTT Opportunities

 

To purchase BNamericas’ 2016 Telecom Outlook, please click here:

Member of the press? Please contact

Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, clenton@bnamericas.com Tel +56 2 2941 0334  

Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, cesar.illiano@bnamericas.com Tel +562 2941 0310

 

About BNamericas Intelligence Series

Focusing on emerging trends and forecasted prospects, the Intelligence Series works to identify opportunities for our clients in six leading sectors for Latin America. From an annual Industry Outlook to regular surveys of industry players to forecasts in each sector, as well as country and topical focuses, this product delves into the challenges faced and solutions developed in business practices for the region.

 

About BNamericas

BNamericas delivers on-the-ground insight and trusted business intelligence to companies and investors active and entering Latin America. Identifying opportunities early-on and connecting clients with business contacts and decision-makers across 12 industries, BNamericas is the edge your company needs in Latin America.

 

In addition to project-focused news and data, as well as C-level conferences, BNamericas analyzes macro movements that affect everyday business and future developments, including social, political, economic, regulatory, technological, financial and labor-related coverage. Connecting our clients with trustworthy and timely insights, BNamericas has been shaping the development of Latin America for 19 years.

Committed to helping businesspeople make more informed decisions about their operations, investments and movements in the Latin American business world, BNamericas delivers clients field-proven business intelligence packages including daily sector news, project and company databases, monthly analysis, quarterly statistical reports, and executive-level networking events.

 

Summary:
Despite a widespread economic slowdown, the Latin American telecom sector is expecting no slowdown in activity in 2016 as countries advance with 4G network rollout, fiber buildout projects – particularly in Colombia and Peru – and terrestrial digital television (DTT) migration programs.
See Campaign: http://www.bnamericas.com/en/intelligence-series/telecommunications/outlook-2016-enough-momentum-to-pull-through-the-crisis
Contact Information:
Member of the press? Please contact

Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, clenton@bnamericas.com Tel +56 2 2941 0334

Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, cesar.illiano@bnamericas.com Tel +562 2941 0310

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Perspectivas para la Minería en 2016: nuevo reporte de Intelligence Series de BNamericas. Adaptándose a la nueva realidad de volatilidad y complejidad.

El nuevo reporte de BNamericas con las perspectivas para la minería latinoamericana en 2016 entrega algunas luces de esperanza para la industria, aún cuando el panorama general sigue siendo sombrío. La tendencia alcista para las acciones de mineras y la decisión del inversionista Carl Icahn de adquirir un 8,8% de Freeport-McMoRan, la mayor productora de cobre entre las empresas que cotizan en mercados, es una muestra de confianza en un rebote de este castigado sector.

A medida que este cambio de percepción avance, los grandes actores mineros comenzarán a olfatear las oportunidades que ofrece América Latina, una región donde hay enormes activos a precio de ganga. Los productores de porte mediano serían en 2016 los más activos en esta caza de oportunidades, dado que las majors aún están enfocadas en mejorar su productividad y en optimizar sus portafolios. Además enfrentan la resistencia de sus accionistas a reiniciar un ciclo de mayor gasto de capital. Al mismo tiempo, los fondos de capital privado están bajo gran presión para salir en búsqueda de nuevos activos.

Las enormes áreas no exploradas ni mapeadas siguen haciendo de América Latina uno de los principales objetivos para la inversión minera.

América del Sur posee algunos de los recursos de cobre no descubiertos más importantes del mundo, que representan cerca del 20% del total mundial. Se estima que esta subregión posee 750 millones de toneladas (Mt) de reservas no descubiertas, América Central tendría otras 170Mt, más otras 42Mt ya identificadas. Brasil, Chile, México y Perú también están entre los países con las mayores reservas de oro y plata, según el servicio geológico de EE.UU.

Y mientras Australia, Canadá y EE.UU. siguen siendo los países que más atraen a los inversionistas, América Latina está en tercera posición. Las zonas mineras más deseadas de la región están en Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, México y Perú. Se trata de jurisdicciones con regulaciones proclives a la minería, que están ansiosas por captar capitales. Para acceder al primer capítulo haga clic aquí.

CAPÍTULOS PRINCIPALES

Precios de los metales: se avecinan más problemas

Argentina: ¿puede un nuevo gobierno liberar el potencial?

Brasil: el potencial de excelencia sorteará los bajos precios y la crisis local

Chile: la lucha por crecer en un escenario cambiante

Colombia: el desarrollo sigue siendo un desafío, pero señales de esperanza podrían presagiar un cambio

México: la inversión anticíclica persiste gracias a los bajos costos

Perú: la política y la gente dan forma a la agenda minera

Para adquirir una copia de este reporte de BNamericas, haga clic aquí

 

¿Es usted miembro de la prensa? Por favor contacte a:

Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, clenton@bnamericas.com Tel +56 2 2941 0334  

Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, cesar.illiano@bnamericas.com Tel +562 2941 0310

 

Sobre el producto Intelligence Series

Con el foco puesto en las tendencias emergentes y mirando los pronósticos con inteligencia, los reportes de Intelligence Series de BNamericas identifican oportunidades para nuestros clientes en seis industrias clave para América Latina. Los suscriptores de este producto reciben una edición anual de perspectivas, encuestas regulares con actores clave en cada industria y pronósticos que permiten hacer mejores negocios en la región.

 

Los reportes de Intelligence Series echan luz sobre los desafíos que enfrentan operadoras, contratistas, proveedores, reguladores y gobiernos, al tiempo que describen qué soluciones se han encontrado en el mundo o en distintas zonas de la región. Es inteligencia de negocios que permite dar pasos concretos.

 

Sobre BNamericas

BNamericas ofrece un entendimiento profundo y práctico de 12 industrias clave para América Latina, además de entregar confiables servicios de inteligencia de negocios a empresas e inversionistas que ya operan en la región o que pretenden ingresar. Al identificar oportunidades de manera anticipada y conectar clientes con redes de negocios y encargados de formular decisiones en estas industrias, BNamericas es la ventaja que su compañía necesita en América Latina.

 

Además de las noticias y datos centrados en negocios, y conferencias a nivel ejecutivo, BNamericas analiza los movimientos generales que repercuten sobre los negocios cotidianos y los avances futuros, incluida cobertura en materia social, política, económica, normativa, tecnológica, financiera y laboral. Al conectar a nuestros clientes con una visión confiable y oportuna, BNamericas ha dado forma al desarrollo de América Latina durante 19 años.

 

Comprometida a ayudar a las personas de negocios a tomar decisiones más informadas en torno a sus operaciones, inversiones y movimientos en el mundo de negocios de América Latina, BNamericas entrega a los clientes paquetes de inteligencia de negocios confiables, como noticias diarias por sector, bases de datos sobre proyectos y empresas, análisis mensuales, informes estadísticos trimestrales y eventos a nivel ejecutivo.

 

Summary:
El nuevo reporte de BNamericas con las perspectivas para la minería latinoamericana en 2016 entrega algunas luces de esperanza para la industria, aún cuando el panorama general sigue siendo sombrío. La tendencia alcista para las acciones de mineras y la decisión del inversionista Carl Icahn de adquirir un 8,8% de Freeport-McMoRan, la mayor productora de cobre entre las empresas que cotizan en mercados, es una muestra de confianza en un rebote de este castigado sector.
See Campaign: http://www.bnamericas.com/es/intelligence-series/mineria/outlook-2016-adaptandose-a-la-nueva-realidad-de-volatilidad-y-complejidad
Contact Information:
¿Es usted miembro de la prensa? Por favor contacte a:
Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, clenton@bnamericas.com Tel +56 2 2941 0334
Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, cesar.illiano@bnamericas.com Tel +562 2941 0310

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BNamericas, BNamericas, Advertising, PR and Marketing, Chile, Consulting, Spanish, North America, Energy and Utilities, South America, Environment, Central America, Media & Entertainment, Professional Services, Industry verticals, Regions, Research, Language

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BNamericas Mining Outlook 2016: Adapting to the New Reality of Volatility and Complexity

PRESS RELEASE – Santiago, November 4TH, 2015

According to BNamericas’ 2016 Outlook for Mining, sentiment towards the mining industry in Latin America is showing glimmers of light towards the end of 2015, with an uptrend in mining stocks and the announcement that activist investor Carl Icahn took an 8.8% stake in Freeport-McMoRan, the world’s largest publicly traded copper producer.

As this sentiment gains momentum, industry players will begin to look for opportunities and Latin America has assets that are undervalued in the current market. Medium-sized producers are likely to lead deals in 2016, as the majors are still focused on productivity and portfolio optimization, and are subject to ongoing shareholder aversion to capital spending. At the same time, private equity funds are under increasing pressure to acquire assets.

The vast tracts of unexplored and unmapped areas will continue to make Latin America one of the top targets for exploration and mining investment. South America is home to the world’s largest undiscovered copper resources, accounting for some 20% of the 3.5Bt of undiscovered copper worldwide. South America potentially has 750Mt of undiscovered copper reserves. Central America is estimated to have another 170Mt, on top of 42Mt already identified. Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru also host some of the world’s largest gold and silver reserves, according to USGS.

And while Australia, Canada and the US continue to lead the rankings of attractiveness for mining investors, Latin America is next in line. The major mining jurisdictions in Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru) all have mining friendly regulatory frameworks in place and all are anxious to attract foreign investment in the sector. To access the first chapter click here.

MAIN CHAPTERS:

Metals prices: More pain to come

Argentina: Can a new administration unlock the potential? –

Brazil: Top notch potential will weather lower prices, domestic turmoil

Chile: The struggle for growth in a shifting landscape

Colombia: Development remains a challenge, but shoots of green could herald change

Mexico: Countercyclical investment persists thanks to low costs

Peru: Politics and people to shape the mining agenda

To purchase BNamericas’ 2016 Mining Outlook, please click here:

 

Member of the press? Please contact

Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, clenton@bnamericas.com Tel +56 2 2941 0334  

Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, cesar.illiano@bnamericas.com Tel +562 2941 0310

 

About BNamericas Intelligence Series

Focusing on emerging trends and forecasted prospects, the Intelligence Series works to identify opportunities for our clients in six leading sectors for Latin America. From an annual Industry Outlook to regular surveys of industry players to forecasts in each sector, as well as country and topical focuses, this product delves into the challenges faced and solutions developed in business practices for the region.

 

About BNamericas

BNamericas delivers on-the-ground insight and trusted business intelligence to companies and investors active and entering Latin America. Identifying opportunities early-on and connecting clients with business contacts and decision-makers across 12 industries, BNamericas is the edge your company needs in Latin America.

 

In addition to project-focused news and data, as well as C-level conferences, BNamericas analyzes macro movements that affect everyday business and future developments, including social, political, economic, regulatory, technological, financial and labor-related coverage. Connecting our clients with trustworthy and timely insights, BNamericas has been shaping the development of Latin America for 19 years.

Committed to helping businesspeople make more informed decisions about their operations, investments and movements in the Latin American business world, BNamericas delivers clients field-proven business intelligence packages including daily sector news, project and company databases, monthly analysis, quarterly statistical reports, and executive-level networking events.

 

 

Summary:
According to BNamericas’ 2016 Outlook for Mining, sentiment towards the mining industry in Latin America is showing glimmers of light towards the end of 2015, with an uptrend in mining stocks and the announcement that activist investor Carl Icahn took an 8.8% stake in Freeport-McMoRan, the world’s largest publicly traded copper producer.
See Campaign: http://www.bnamericas.com/en/intelligence-series/mining/outlook-2016-adapting-to-the-new-reality-of-volatility-and-complexity
Contact Information:
Member of the press? Please contact

Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, clenton@bnamericas.com Tel +56 2 2941 0334

Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, cesar.illiano@bnamericas.com Tel +562 2941 0310

Tags:
BNamericas, BNamericas, English, Advertising, PR and Marketing, Chile, Consulting, North America, Energy and Utilities, South America, Environment, Central America, Media & Entertainment, Professional Services, Industry verticals, Regions, Research, Language

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World First Smart Jacket With Charge Function–And With Shinning Exclusive Nameplate, Magic Button, Even Could Transform To Messenger Bag! Totally Over 40 Innovative Designs!

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All this time, PowearIN have been asking such questions to you:

 

 

  1. What can a piece of clothing do for us, or you may own a powerful mobile phone and a series of cool electronic equipment, but have you ever found really suitable pockets or places for them?
  2.  With the  oncoming era of wearable devices, it also comes the inevitable  problem of battery capacity and life. Are PowearIN prepared to have a solution for charging multiple electronic devices with limited backup battery capacity on a unified and efficient power allocation and management platform?
  3. The expression of human emotion can be no longer limited to languages and texts. Can PowearIN make colors and hugs deliver more messages and feelings between us?

And while providing a solution for all the problems mentioned above, can PowearIN make it more elegant, comfortable, and convenient?

 

PowearIN have more than once imagined such scenarios:

When you go out, you can find a suitable place or pocket for my cell phone, iPad, kindle, digital camera, house keys, car keys, passport, flight boarding pass and a big or small wallet. In the meanwhile, these pockets could scatter the weight intelligently so as to minimize the foreign body sensation, sagging feeling and pocket swelling.

 

When you enter the railway station, you don’t have to go through all my pockets and every corner of my bag for a little metro card and be drenched in sweat. What you should do is just raise my hand,  and you can pass the gate, just as simple as that. Metro card is always there when you need it.

 

When you take off my sunglasses, it conveniently hang on the front. When you have to sign or write, my pen is just in my chest pocket. you can magically pull out a wind-proof face mask  or a pair of eye masks out of the hat when you need them. In the cold winter, you can even stuff my beloved over-ear beats headphone from outside of the hat, and rather than worry about the odd shape of the headset inside the hat which makes me look rather silly.

 

As it is, could PowearIN think more daring?

When you enjoy perusing facebook, my cell phone is nearly running out of power. At this point, what if there is a connector wire line at my sleeve cuff can do me a favor. But you could hardly feel its existence when you don’t need it. When you put my cell phone into the pocket, there is no extra action needed, charging will start quietly. you can read information and check GPS navigation with my google glasses the whole day, and you don’t need to worry about the battery would run out in half an hour. you can charge the battery of many portable devices at the same time, and distribute power based on their priority configurations. So that the limited energy can be used more effectively and efficiently. You can even share my battery with someone in need.

 

You can control all the multimedia broadcast, like photos, video, flash without taking out my cell phone. you can even remotely control the cell phone to take a happy selfie a few meters away. To do all of these, all you need is just gently turning the flashing blue button on the chest. When party is over, you am walking in the dark alone. A button on the sleeve cuff could light my way home. you can even detach it and put it on the chest, neck and the brim of my hat, actually anywhere that you want it to be. Oh, hang on, what if the cloth changes into a backpack when you take it off.

If you want to, you can even exchange my electronic contacts with the person I’m hugging. When you meet my dream girl, you can make her feel my heart beats and full of joy without any words.

 

In order to realize all of these, PowearIN created PowearIN Jacket. It is a piece of clothing, but it is more than clothes. It doesn’t exist for itself to shine, but for you who are wearing it to feel warm and be unique. Indeed, PowearIN have much space to improve. But PowearIN have taken the first step. PowearIN sincerely hope that all PowearIN did will meet your needs. PowearIN are so looking forward to your support. If you want to know more about our product after reading this letter, PowearIN would really appreciated it if you could visit our website or email us.

See Campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1094218963/powearin-a-jacket-beyond-your-imagination
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2. Twitter https://twitter.com/Powear_Michael
3. Instagram https://instagram.com/michaelwang021/
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Email: pr@powearin.com / powearin@gmail.com

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