"Talented young people will be the most important raw material of the future"


Don't miss the interview with Carlos López Blanco, Global Head of Public Affairs and Regulation from Telefónica, that took place at OECD Forum 2017 celebrated in Paris, where he gave his vision about the opportunities that the digital revolution brings to developing regions like Latin America.

Carlos said that "we are living now in the biggest transformation that the human kind has experienced since the industrial revolution, which is the transition from the analogue world to the digital world". The executive pointed also the opportunities which has Latin America in this digital transformation. “The region has the two most important assets, one is a very good connectivity, because in the future, digital infrastructure will be the most important infrastructure. The second asset is that Latin America and other developed regions have the most important asset for the digital revolution, young talented people able and willing to play the role in the digital economy”, said Carlos.





Lourdes Tejedor / @madrid2day

Telefónica Public Policy & Telefónica España Regulatory teams