In early April, the World Economic Forum will hold its annual meeting on Latin America, where discussions are expected to focus on development and entrepreneurship against the backdrop of technological change, or what's known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Here is our guide to how to follow #la17 on our digital channels, as well as how to embed individual sessions on your website.

To find out how to follow our meeting on our Spanish-language channels click here.

Join the conversation

Twitter

The official meeting hashtag is #la17. Follow tweets on this hashtag to keep up with everything going on in the meeting.

The World Economic Forum's official Twitter account @wef has close to 3 million followers. For live-tweet updates of sessions you can also follow our live-tweet account @davos where we post the highlights from the meeting.

You can also follow our communities: Global Shapers, Technology Pioneers, Schwab Foundation and Young Global Leaders.

Facebook

You can also join our 2.7 million followers on http://wef.ch/facebook. We will be posting highlights from the meeting, conducting Facebook Live interviews with world leaders and sharing insights from key sessions.

Facebook Live

We'll invite selected participants to take live questions and comments from our Facebook audience via Facebook Live. We will share a schedule ahead of the meeting, so keep an eye on our Facebook channels to share, comment and engage with the people that shape the world. Follow our dedicated topic-specific Facebook channels: main Facebook page I Video I Fourth Industrial Revolution I Gender I Inclusive Growth I Diversity I Africa I India I Environment I Foro Económico Mundial.

LinkedIn

Follow the meeting on our LinkedIn page at http://wef.ch/linkedin.

Google+

Follow the meeting on Google+ at http://wef.ch/gplus, which has over 2.3 million followers.

YouTube

Live streamed session videos will be available on YouTube.

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Forum Agenda

During the meeting on Latin America 2017, we will be publishing articles by participants, from CEOs and industry leaders to members of our communities - Young Global Leaders, Social Entrepreneurs and Global Shapers - on our content platform, Agenda.

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Live blog

Follow our live blog of key sessions that will keep you up to date on all the key developments of our 2017 meeting on Latin America, at http://wef.ch/liveblog.

How to embed the livestream

You will be able to watch, embed and download many sessions, press conferences and interviews live as webcasts on http://wef.ch/la17.

You will also be able to watch many of the sessions live on our Facebook video page: https://www.facebook.com/WEFvideo/

To embed the main player (responsive) on your website, copy and paste the following:

<iframe src="https://webcasts.weforum.org/widget/1/argentina2017?p=1&pi=1&ms=1&th=1" width="970px" height="696px" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

This code will add a section to your website that looks like this:

For a more advanced version of the embed code click on the “embed” button indicated on the previous image. Here you can configure the player for a different language interface, a different background colour, set the autoplay to on or off and choose different video-player layouts or sizes.

You can embed any of the individual sessions being broadcast directly to your website. To do that, select the title of the session you want to embed and click on the embed button as indicated on the image below:

Once you click on the embed button you will be able to configure the format to:

● show only the video without any information

● show the video player with title and description

● select different background colours

● change the default audio language (if there is more than one)

● set autoplay.