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INCAE signs mutual cooperation agreement with Honduras’ UNITEC

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Monday, 04 December 2017 12:20

unitecLast October 31st INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños and UNITEC Rector Marlon Brevé signed an agreement in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, laying the groundwork for mutual collaboration between both schools in order to conduct academic, teaching, research, and training activities, as well as to disseminate culture and provide services in all areas of reciprocal interest.

"INCAE is very pleased with this alliance. On average, over the last five years 60% of Honduran students enrolled at INCAE's MBA are UNITEC graduates. UNITEC is known as a top school in Honduras", said Rector Bolaños.


INCAE and MasterCard join forces to empower women entrepreneurs in Central America

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Monday, 04 December 2017 10:25

Foto LEADSINCAE and MasterCard announced last October 30th a strategic alliance to support the LEADS Women joint initiative. LEADS (which stands for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Advancement, Development and Sustainability) is a project aimed at empowering small and medium-sized enterprises led by women in Central America.

By combining their experience and scope, INCAE and MasterCard seek to foster economic growth and to attain progress toward the specific objectives of women's empowerment in order to provide women with the training and tools required to develop their business skills and creative thinking, and to solve business challenges.


Students from Fudan, Yale, Sauder, EGADE, and PUC took INCAE’s Sustainability course

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Monday, 04 December 2017 10:17

GLOBALNETThe Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) Week was held last October 16th to 20th, bringing together 29 leading business schools from different countries around the world. It was aimed at improving the understanding of economic, social and environmental phenomena from a global perspective through academic exchange.

"Belonging to GNAM gives INCAE global positioning, particularly in relation to economic development and sustainability. Also, it contributes to our students' interaction with members of the network, both at INCAE and at programs offered globally", said GNAM Week Director at INCAE Víctor Umaña.


María Eugenia Brizuela contributes to new book on “25th Anniversary of Casa de América”

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Monday, 04 December 2017 10:08

cfINCAE Board member María Eugenia Brizuela de Ávila, from El Salvador, was invited by Casa de América to contribute to the content of its 25th Anniversary commemorative book with a chapter on Migratory Flows and Social Movements in addition to lecturing on the topic last October 16th in Madrid, Spain. Ms. Brizuela is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Center for Collaborative and Women's Leadership of INCAE, as well as former Minister of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador and a major leader in the region.

"I am really honored to share and contribute to the 25th Anniversary of Casa de América.


INCAE Professor Susan Clancy participated in renowned women’s career success conference in New York

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Monday, 04 December 2017 09:40

susan clancy2Last October 19th The Americas Society/Council of the Americas held its Sixth Annual Women's Hemispheric Network Conference in New York, in order to bring together opinion leaders to exchange ideas and find solutions to current challenges. INCAE Faculty member and Director of the Center for Collaborative and Women's Leadership Susan Clancy lectured at this event.

The Conference gave participants a chance to connect with each other and take part in the conversation held during lunch with leaders at the table. This year's talks focused on the importance of building an impactful personal brand and the effects of an unconscious bias in women's ability to succeed in their careers.


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