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INCAE and Vital Voices bet on women employment to boost progress in Costa Rica

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Thursday, 08 December 2016 11:16

thumb JorgeVargasWhy is women employment important for our economy and society? That was the topic discussed by Jorge Vargas Cullell, Director of the State of the Nation Program in a lecture organized by INCAE's Center for Collaborative and Women's Leadership (CCWL) and Vital Voices Costa Rica, last August 9th at the Costa Rica Country Club.

This event is part of CCWL and Vital Voices efforts to support women development in the region. Women present at the event became aware of a worrying fact: despite progress over the last few decades, only 50% of women of working age are currently in the labor market and most of their life they must be subsidized by a third party to meet their expenses.

 

Banco Ficohsa helps remodel INCAE houses for MBA in Nicaragua

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Thursday, 08 December 2016 11:06

thumb Casa FicohsaINCAE Business School continues to modernize itself to offer students and participants an experience fit for their needs today. After modernizing its executive residential facilities and inaugurating its new recreation center in its Nicaragua campus, INCAE began remodeling the housing units intended for MBA students with support from Grupo Financiero Ficohsa.

On August 2nd Banco Ficohsa Nicaragua signed the agreement to donate the first of seven houses that will be part of this renewal process. The unit, located on Campus Francisco de Sola in Montefresco, accommodates 16 students.

   

INCAE signs agreement with Mexican - Nicaraguan Chamber of Commerce

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Thursday, 08 December 2016 10:59

thumb Convenio COMEXNICFuture INCAE graduates can now work, do internships, and consult with companies in Mexico, one of the largest markets in Latin America. Last August 3rd INCAE Business School signed in Managua a cooperation agreement with CAMEXNIC, the Mexican-Nicaraguan Chamber of Commerce bringing together 37 Mexican business firms including well-known names such as Claro, Lala, CEMEX, and SuKarne. CAMEXNIC President Carlos Salinas Tijerino signed the agreement with INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños.

"As part of its mission to train Latin American leaders, INCAE is always working with strategic partners to support this endeavor. Thanks to CAMEXNIC we know we can have precisely this kind of support," said Rector Bolaños.

   

Advanced Management Program participants engage in Nutrivida live case study to learn about sustainability and social enterprise

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Wednesday, 07 December 2016 16:38

thumb NitrividaNutrition is key to the development of Latin American countries. Thus, being aware of social enterprises in this field and studying their business models is important to train positive leaders in the region. For that reason, the Strachan Chair of Philanthropy and Social Investment conducted a live case study on July 19 as part of the Advanced Management Program (PAG) of INCAE Business School together with Nutrivida, a social enterprise devoted to producing fortified foods to eradicate undernourishment in Costa Rica and significantly reduce malnutrition in Central America and Haiti.

   

TOP consultants from INCAE’s 2016 MBA took part in contest sponsored by Bain Mexico

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Tuesday, 06 December 2016 16:27

thumb Bain MéxicoFifteen recent graduates of INCAE's 2016 MBA Program traveled to Mexico to work together and prove their consulting skills in a competition held by Bain, an organization serving companies, MNCs, and nonprofits all over Mexico and northern Latin America. The prize was a valuable opportunity to participate in Bain's recruitment process.

To meet the challenge three groups of students among the top 13 groups in the Management Consulting Project (MCP) were selected to travel to Mexico City to work for 4 days developing an actual corporate strategy case for a client of Bain & Co. with only one group winning. All sophomores at INCAE's MBA Program are required to engage in the MCP, which is an external consulting project in the MBA Program.

   

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