What did you miss in Rio? Our magazine has you covered

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Image of Center Stage from Web Summit Rio 2024. The stage is brightly lit in green and orange. There are figures on stage in the distance. In the foreground, audience members can be seen standing, watching and holding phones aloft to take photos.

The Web Summit Rio magazine gathers highlights from some of the most inspiring speakers, innovative companies and hot topics at our 2024 event.

Web Summit Rio 2024 saw 34,397 attendees join us from 102 countries. There were 1,066 startups from 42 countries, representing 31 industries. And the second year of Web Summit Rio was a first: We welcomed a record 45 percent women-founded startups.

With 499 investors and 175 partners, alongside talks from 518 speakers, everything from AI and machine learning to marketing and influencer trends was covered. The Web Summit Rio magazine will give you a flavor of the live experience.

Download the magazine and discover what C-suite speakers from IBM, Salesforce, TikTok and more said about the most topical trends of the year, from environmental activism and the censorship wars to the GenAI arms race and Bitcoin hopefuls.

Got Web Summit RIO 2024 FOMO? Pre-register for 2025 here.

Main image of Center Stage at Web Summit Rio 2024: Gilberto Gill/Web Summit (CC BY 2.0)

A lineup of four Web Summit Rio Day 1 speakers' images and their job titles. To the top left the text reads: Day 1: Trending speakers. From left to right: Elaine Reyes, anchor at CGTN America, George Arison, CEO of Grindr, Jutina Nixon-Saintil, VP and chief impact officer at IBM, and Glauber Mota, CEO of Revolut Brazil.

Don’t miss these talks on Day 1 of Web Summit Rio

From next-gen banking with Revolut Brazil and IBM’s AI insights to social media superstars KondZilla and...

April 15