Webinars

#Flip Thinking Webinar: Black Holes and Space

#Flip Thinking Webinar: Black Holes and Space

On September 15th Globant hosted a webinar session with guest Phd on Theoretical Physics Juan Maldacena. The topics, “Black Holes and the Structure of Spacetime” and “Infinity in the palm of your hand: Visualizing the Universe” by Tomás Tecche from Globant.

Technology at the forefront of motivation

Technology at the forefront of motivation

Nowadays, there is a high growing mix of different generations all working together in the same room where talent asks for constant recognition, motivation, and innovation. Only organizations that excel at promoting teamwork, purpose, and autonomy will succeed in this environment.

Mobile Payments Webinar with Mario Shiliashki from Mastercard

Mobile Payments Webinar with Mario Shiliashki from Mastercard

Mario Shiliashki, Master Card mobile payments expert, and Pablo Vittori from Globant spoke about the change of commerce connected devices and the engagement opportunities of a revolutionized market. Also covered some key issues such as secure online commerce, EMV, POS 2.0 and Tokenization.

Webinar Trends 2015: Insightful evidence for strategic thinking

Webinar Trends 2015: Insightful evidence for strategic thinking

The goal is to ignite strategic thinking within our community and enable conversations about new solutions and products for different businesses, taking into account already known trends like wearables, IoT, UX, and new ones that we see arising in the future.

Limitless virtual reality: How it will reshape your business and your life

Limitless virtual reality: How it will reshape your business and your life

Thirty years after virtual-reality goggles made their debut, the technology finally seems poised for widespread use.

Sustainability Webinar: The challenge of a Global Stakeholder Engagement

Sustainability Webinar: The challenge of a Global Stakeholder Engagement

A multicultural company faces different challenges when thinking about its impact on its stakeholders, and the Sustainability Strategy helps showcase how the company relates to them. So the Sustainability Plan should not be impersonal and based only on corporate actions.