September 13, 20 and 27, 2021

Digital Event

See the schedule of the 2020 event.



Digital Event

09:00 to 11:15 | Dashboard: Essential connectivity

The pandemic has shown the essential role of connectivity, and puts the sector at the forefront of social and economic recovery in the coming years.

9:00 am – 9:30 am | Opening messages

General Hamilton Mourão (Vice-President of the Republic)
Deputy Rodrigo Maia (President of the Chamber of Deputies)
Senator David Alcolumbre (President of the Senate)
Julio Semeghini (Acting Minister of Science,
Technology and Innovation)
Luiz Alexandre Garcia (President of Telebrasil)

9:30 am – 9:45 am | Message from the Minister
Minister Fábio Faria (Minister of Communications)

9:45 am – 10:00 am | Talks
Christian Gebara (President of Vivo)

10:00 am – 10:15 am | Talks
Cristiano Amon (Global President of Qualcomm Inc.)

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM | Debate
Christian Gebara (President of Vivo)
Cláudia Woods (CEO of Uber)
Cristiano Amon (CEO of Qualcomm)
Daniel Vilela (President of Conecta Brasil Alliance)
Sidney Klajner (President of Soc. Albert Einstein Charity)

Moderator: Daniel Rittner


11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Workshop 1: Future spectrum demands

Whether for the evolution of mobile services, or for the expansion of IoT services, automation and dedicated networks, spectrum is essential. How does regulation and frequency distribution in the universe when it comes to millimeter networks, ITS, WhiteSpaces, WiFi6 and other models?

  • Vinícius Caram (Superintendent of Resources to the Provision of Anatel)
  • Paulo Bernardocki (Ericsson’s Director of Solutions and Technology)
  • Marco di Constanzo (Engineering Director at TIM Brasil)
  • Giuseppe Marrara (Cisco Director of Government Relations)
  • Milene Pereira (Qualcomm Government Relations Manager)

Mediation :Sérgio Kern (Telebrasil)



14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 2: The challenge of digitizing governments and public services

The efficiency of the public sector is directly linked to its ability to incorporate new communication technologies and use digital platforms. How to advance this process and what are the spaces for partnerships with the private sector?

  • Luis Felipe Salin Monteiro (Ministry of Economy)
  • Juan Quirós (São Paulo State of Innovation and Technology)
  • Elias de Souza (Deloitte public sector leader)
  • Maria Teresa Azevedo Lima (Executive Director for Embratel Government)

Mediation :Gustavo Brum


14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 3: Secure Internet, 5G network security

Ensuring secure networks is essential to the development of the broadband market, and becomes an even more critical aspect in the 5G universe. What are the challenges and how to ensure the integrity of networks?

  • Cristine Hoepers (General Manager of CERT. Br/NIC. Br)
  • Artur Coimbra (Director of Broadband, Ministry of Communications)
  • Marcelo Motta (Huawei Global Cybersecurity Governance)
  • Edvaldo Santos (Director of Research, Development and Innovation at Ericsson)

Mediation :José Bicalho (Telebrasil)



16:00 to 17:30 | Special Session 1: Tax reform and connectivity

One of the main obstacles to the expansion of connectivity is the high tax burden and distortions in the sector’s rates and funds. How can tax reform address this problem? How to ensure more infrastructure and population access to digital services?


Federal Deputy Aguinaldo Ribeiro (Rapporteur on Tax Reform)
Vanessa Canado (Special Advisor to the Ministry of Economy)
Paulo Hartung (Economist and former Governor of Espírito Santo)
Manoel Pires (Economist, IBRE/FGV)
Eduardo Maneira (Partner of the firm Way Lawyers)

Moderator: Marcos Ferrari (Executive President of Telebrasil)




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09:00 to 12:00 | Panel 2: a world transformed with the pandemic

Entire sectors have been transformed by connectivity. From education to the financial market, through health and education, many sectors will never be the same. How can reforms help the Brazilian economy in the post-pandemic? What to expect from these changes from the perspective of different markets?

9:00 am – 9:45 am | Lecture: Reforms and the future of the Brazilian economy in the post-pandemic
Minister Paulo Guedes (Minister of Economy)

9:45 am – 10:00 am | Talks
José Félix (President of Claro Brasil)

10:00 am – 10:15 am | Talks
Sun Baocheng (CEO of Huawei do Brasil)

10:15 AM – 10:30 AM | Talks
Carlos Da Costa (Special Secretary for Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy)

10:30 am – 12:00 pm | Debate

Julio Semeghini (Min. Interim Science, Technology and
José Félix (President of Claro Brasil)
Augusto Lins (CEO of Stone)
Patrick Hruby (CEO of Movile)
Cláudia Costin (FGV CEIPE)
Vivien Suruagy (President of Feninfra)
Carlos Roseiro (Huawei Do Brasil Solutions Director)

Mediation :Martha Beck (Bloomberg)


11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Workshop 4: Cloud and AI: reality and challenges to the telecom market

The true transformation of the digital society comes with connectivity and data intelligence. How are operators positioning themselves to enter the era of smart services?

  • José Nilo (Huawei Cloud VP)
  • Miriam Wimmer (Director of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications)
  • André Moura Gomes (Principal Analyst at Cullen Consultoria)
  • César Augusto dos Santos (CIO of Claro Brasil)

Mediation: Adriana Sarkis (Telebrasil)


14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 5: Brazil connected by fiber

Brazil has connected to optical fiber, which today reaches 70% of the municipalities, which make up more than 90% of the population. Large operators step up their strategies. How to further speed up this process?

  • Julio Sgarbi (Huawei principal consultant)
  • Vivien Suruagy (President of Feninfra)
  • Mauro Fukuda (Chief Technology Officer of Oi)
  • Luis Antonio Andrade Lima (VP of operations, technology and digital evolution at Algar Telecom)
  • Abraham Balbino (Competition Superintendent of Anatel)

Mediation: Sergio Kern (Telebrasil)


14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 6: The application of the new Telecommunications Legal Framework

Law 13.879/2019 brought a new sectoral rule, but putting into practice the possibilities of the new framework brings challenges. How to ensure the feasibility of changing the concession model for authorisations? And the renewal of spectrum, will be done in what terms?

  • Nilo Pasquali (Sup. Regulatory Planning of Anatel)
  • Camilla Tápias (VP of Regulation of Vivo)
  • Adriana Cunha (Director of Regulatory Affairs at Oi)
  • Rodolfo Macarrein (Director of Oliver Wyman)

Mediation: José Bicalho (Telebrasil)


16:00 to 17:30 | Special Session 2: Connecting Vertical Markets: Opportunities with IOT and 5G
Every day, more industries are moving towards adopting connectivity solutions integrated with digital applications. This process of transformation reaches different segments of the economy and will be the driving force of the economic recovery. How to speed up this process? What is the role of operators and integrators in the development of dedicated networks?

BLOCK 1 (16:15-17:15)
Paulo Alvim (Secretary of Entrepreneurship and Innovation of MCTI)
Leonardo Finizola (Nokia New Business Director)
Márcia Costa (Vale’s Executive Technology Manager)
Mauro Fukuda (Chief Technology Officer of Oi)
Débora Bortolasi (Director of B2B Commercial Operations at Vivo)

Moderator :Daniela Martins (Telebrasil)

BLOCK 2 (17:15-18:15)
Hermano Barros Tercius (Special Advisor to Anatel)
Guilherme Spina (CEO of V2COM/WEG)
Francisco Giacomini Soares (VP of Institutional and Regulatory Affairs at Qualcomm)
Carlos Roseiro (Huawei Do Brasil Solutions Director)
Alexandre Gomes (Marketing Director of Embratel)

Moderator: Marcos Ferrari (Telebrasil)




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09:00 to 11:30 | Panel 3: Economic policy of the pandemic and the telecom sector

The pandemic has been a challenge for policy makers. In telecom, public policies go through debates about the tax and regulatory burden and old paradigms will have to be overturned. What are the real expectations of change?

09:00 – 10:00 | Debate: Economic Scenario of the Pandemic in Brazil
Henrique Meirelles (Secretary of State for Finance and Planning of São Paulo and former Minister of Finance)
Dyogo Oliveira (Economist and former Minister of Planning)
Ilan Goldfajn (Economist and former President of the Central Bank)

Moderator: Marcos Ferrari (Executive President of Telebrasil)

10:00 am – 10:15 am | Talks
Rodrigo Abreu (CEO of Oi)

10:15 AM – 10:30 AM | Talks
Eduardo Ricotta (CEO Ericsson Latam Sul)

10:30 am – 11:30 am | Sector scenario
Congressman Vitor Lippi
Vitor Menezes (Telecommunications Secretary of the Ministry of Communications)
Rodrigo Abreu (CEO of Oi)
Marcos Aguiar (partner at BCG)
Eduardo Ricotta (CEO Ericsson Latam Sul)

Moderator: Dustin Pozzetti (KPMG telecom, media and technology leader)


11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Workshop 7: The future of the satellite market

The satellite market plays an essential role in the country’s connectivity and is a central part of the infrastructure for serving citizens and companies in residential and corporate services. What is the space for this technology in public policies and spectrum distribution? How to adjust the 5G auction to the demands of the satellite industry?

  • Moisés Moreira (Anatel Advisor)
  • Frederic Sato (director of Roland Berger Consulting)
  • Javier Veglison Hernando (Spectrum Director of Hispasat)

Mediation: Fábio Alencar (President of Abrasat)


14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 8: Connected Education: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Few sectors have experienced a revolution as significant during the pandemic as the education sector. What will be the development of public policies and the connected education market going forward?

  • Conrado Leiras Matos (Head of the Department of Education and Social Investments of BNDES)
  • Ricardo Mucci (Cisco Director)
  • Atílio Rulli (Director of Huawei)
  • Carla Uller (Communication, Education and Social Innovation Manager at Oi Futuro)

Mediation: Daniela Martins (Telebrasil)


14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 9: Women in Telecommunications

The gender equity agenda is an imperative and a major challenge for technology companies, and the telecommunications industry is no different. What advances and obstacles still need to be overcome to ensure leadership space and women’s presence in the sector?

  • Georgia Sbrana (VP of Marketing, Corporate Communications communications at Ericsson Latam South)
  • Suzana Santos (President of Oi Futuro)
  • Marcia Ogawa (Deloitte TMT Leader)
  • Auana Mattar (TIM Brazil CIO)
  • Roseli de Deus Lopes (IEA-USP, CITI-USP and Escola Politécnica USP)
  • Isabela Cahú (Legal and Regulatory Director of Claro Brasil)

Mediation :Carla Simões (Ideal H+K Global Account Director)



16:00 to 16:45 | Regulatory dialogues: the regulator's challenge with 5G

Leonardo Euler (President of Anatel)
João Cadete de Mattos (President of the National Communications Authority of Portugal – Anacom)

Moderator: Gustavo Brum


16:30 to 17:30 | Special Session 3: The 5G auction model in Brazil

Brazil is preparing to hold one of the largest 5G auctions in quantity of spectrum ever held in the world. But the timing and conditions of the auction will be key to the success of the expansion of the technology.

16:30-17:30 | Debate
Geanluca Lorenzon (Secretary of Competition and Competitiveness Advocacy of the Ministry of Economy)
Moisés Moreira (Anatel Advisor)
Jean Borges (CEO of Algar Telecom)
Mário Girasole (VP of Regulatory Affairs
at TIM Brazil)
Ana Luiza Valadares (Head of Public Policies for Connectivity and Access at Facebook Brazil)
Marcos Scheffer (Vice President of Networks and Managed Services at Ericsson)

Moderator: Marcos Ferrari (Executive President of Telebrasil)




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09:00 to 11:30 | Panel 4: What to expect from 5G society?

The arrival of 5G transforms the Brazilian economy and society, and opens up new opportunities. What will be the paths to this transformation?

9:00 am – 9:20 am | The new BNDES and its role in the
economy Speaker:
Petrônio Cançado (director of credit and guarantee of BNDES)

9:20 am – 9:40 am | Infrastructure in Brazil and the resumption of the economy
Speaker: Martha Seillier (Special Secretary of the PPI of the Ministry of Economy)

09:40 – 10:00 | Presidency broadcast and announcement of the new name of SindiTelebrasil

10:00 am – 10:15 am | Talks
Pietro Labriola (President of TIM Brazil)

10:15 AM – 10:30 AM | Talks
Luiz Tonisi (CEO of Nokia do Brasil)

10:30 am – 11:45 am | Debate
Igor Calvet (President of the Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development)
Pietro Labriola (President of TIM Brazil)
Flavia Bittencourt (CEO of Adidas do Brasil)
Luiz Tonisi (CEO of Nokia do Brasil)
Pablo Fava (CEO of Siemens do Brasil)
Tom Stroup (President of the Satellite Industry Association)

Mediator: Vinicius Neder (State of St. Paul)

12:00 pm – 12:15 pm | Signing of agreement SindiTelebrasil / Superior Electoral Court



11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Workshop 10: Cooperation for connectivity: infra and OTTs

Internet companies and telecommunications operators, small and large, can be allied in the development of connectivity projects. Where can this partnership bear more fruit? How to work on developing business models and technologies that develop connectivity?


  • Ana Luiza Valadares (Head of Connectivity and Access Policies at Facebook Brazil)
  • Francisco Giacomini Soares (VP of Government Relations, Latam da Qualcomm)
  • Alex Jucius (President of the Neo Association)
  • Martha Suarez (President of the DSA)
  • Carlos Baigorri (Superintendent of Obligation Control at Anatel)

Mediation :Amadeu Castro, consultant, Camara e-net


11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Workshop 11: Connected Agriculture

Connectivity is transforming the field and agricultural production, the main engine of the Brazilian economy. As a result, the role of telecommunications in economic recovery becomes even more relevant. In this workshop, a debate on connectivity challenges, opportunities and the role of the telecommunications sector in Brazilian agribusiness.


  • Cléber Soares (Director of Innovation and Connectivity, Ministry of Agriculture)
  • José Gontijo (Director of Science, Technology, and Digital Innovation, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations)
  • Joaci Medeiros (Technical Coordinator of the CNA Institute)
  • Alexandre Dal Forno (head of Corporate Marketing and IoT at TIM Brasil)
  • Bruno Takematu Zitnick (Huawei Director of Government Relations)

Mediation :Anne Warth (The State of S. Paulo/Broadcast Agency)

14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 12: Intelligent and connected transport systems

One of the great promises of Internet of Things and 5G technology is the development of connected vehicles and intelligent transport systems (ITS). How to coordinate the demands for these activities? What are the regulatory and market challenges? How to integrate the telecom chain and automotive sector?

  • Hélio Oyama (Qualcomm Business Development Director)
  • Leimar Mafort (Engineering Manager at Bosch)
  • Alfredo Miguel Neto (Vice-President of Anfavea)
  • Eduardo Polidoro (IoT director of Claro)
  • Wilson Cardoso (Chief Solution Officer of Nokia)
  • Alejandro Adamowicz (Technology & Strategic Engagement Director LATAM, GSMA)

Mediation: Hermano Pinto Jr. (Futurecom Director)


14:00 to 15:30 | Workshop 11: Responsive Regulation and Self-Regulation

The telecommunications sector is preparing an important step towards consolidating a self-regulated model of defining good practices and public commitments. What are the advances of this model? How does it complement the efforts of a lighter and more encouraged regulation sought by Anatel?

  • Philipe Moura (Partner-Director of KPMG Regulatory Practice)
  • Carlos Eduardo Faria Franco (Director of Regulatory Affairs at TIM Brazil)
  • Elisa Leonel (Superintendent of Consumer Relations at Anatel)
  • Ivo Correa (XVV Lawyers)
  • Monique Barros (Regulatory Director of Claro)

Mediation: Daphne Nunes (Telebrasil)



16:00 to 16:15 | Special Session 4 - Part 1: The European Commission's vision for the digital society

In this session, the European regulator’s view of what our society will be with 5G and the intense process of digital transformation

Speaker: Khalil Rouhana (Deputy Director General for Networks, Content and Communication Technologies of the European Commission)

16:00 to 17:30 | Special session 4: Urban infrastructure and antennas

The development of telecommunications networks and the expansion of connectivity are closely linked to municipal restrictions and the ability to overcome bureaucracy and legislation limiting infrastructure

16:00-17:30 | Debate
Gabriel Fiuza de Bragança (Undersecretary of Regulation and Market of the Ministry of Economy)
Germano Bremm (Secretary of Environment of the Pref. of Porto Alegre)
Luciano Stutz (President of Abrintel)
Ricardo Dieckmann (Infrastructure Manager at Telebrasil)
Carlos Lauria (Huawei Director of Government Relations)

Moderator: Julio Wiziack (Leaf)