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INCAE looking for Entrepreneurial Alumni of the Year

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 16:34

AWARD-logoIf you are an INCAE alumnus with a venture this is your opportunity to shine and stand out. INCAE alumni have established the "INCAE Entrepreneur Award" to recognize the best Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year.

For the first time ever INCAE is seeking to recognize alumni entrepreneurs by valuing their effort, sacrifice, and daily risk. The INCAE Entrepreneur Award was created on the initiative of INCAE alumni with support from INCAE's Latin American Center for Entrepreneurs to strengthen INCAE's entrepreneurs' network in the region. According to Ryan Schill, Director of the Latin American Center for Entrepreneurs, "The idea is to strengthen the entrepreneurial alumni ecosystem.

 

INCAE students rank third at YALE 5th Integrated Leadership Case Competition (ILCC) 2017

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 16:24

ILCC-57Four 2017 MBA students took part in Yale's 2017 Integrated Leadership Case Competition (ILCC), ranking third among 12 renowned schools, with HKUST Business School and University of Singapore ranking first and second. Yale's 5th ILCC was held on April 7th-9th at Yale School of Management in Connecticut.
INCAE students Rudy Rodrigo García (Guatemala), Alfredo González (Argentina), Alfredo Tamás (Paraguay) and Gustavo Berckemeyer (Costa Rica), gave their all in the contest to solve a raw case. Yale's raw cases provide significant amounts of information from different sources and are closer to real-life decision-making experiences.

This is the fifth time ILCC takes place and the first time INCAE participates. ILCC is based on Yale SOM's integrated curriculum,

   

INCAE Business School and CNN en Español announce partnership to publish studies on the region

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 16:13

fbpost-03(Miami, May 15, 2017) INCAE, a leading business school and research center promoting development in Latin America, and CNN en Español, a well-known news network broadcasting throughout the Americas, entered into a partnership to publish academic research conducted by INCAE faculty members on key Latin America issues from May 2017 on.

The partnership will bring these studies to the public, mainly in Latin America, to provide an overview of current opportunities, challenges and progress in the region. INCAE faculty has excellent academic credentials and expertise in these topics.

In addition, it will boost INCAE's research on renewable energy, exponential technologies, sustainable/smart cities, the role of women's entrepreneurship in Latin America's economic and social development, and women's social progress, among others.

   

Harry Strachan recognized for supporting NGO development in Central America

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 16:04

MCP Catedra Strachan 1Harry Strachan, former Rector of INCAE, Faculty member, founding partner of Mesoamerica Investments, and founder of the Strachan Chair was recognized for his support to NGOs development in Central America during the closing dinner of the 2017 Management Consulting Project held last May 9 at the Walter Kissling Gam Campus in Costa Rica.

Thanks to his vision, for the first time ever the Strachan Chair is supporting NGOs and Central American foundations so they can benefit from the INCAE's MCP, a consultancy performed at organizations by a group of five MBA students. MCP is characterized as a high value-added initiative with the consulting teams contributing their knowledge to achieve solutions to add value to organizations.

   

INCAE and COHEP signed agreement to provide opportunities for Hondurans

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:59

cohepLast May 2nd INCAE signed in Tegucigalpa an agreement with the Honduran Council of Private Enterprise (COHEP) to strengthen and maintain a relationship between both organizations. INCAE is committed to including COHEP as a favored client, with several benefits for COHEP's members and employees.
The agreement was signed by INCAE Dean Alberto Trejos and by COHEP Vice President Juan Carlos Sikaffy. It includes benefits for COHEP member companies in INCAE's Executive Education portfolio, making INCAE an ally in developing COHEP's management team.

"I think this agreement opens the door to two types of cooperation. First, INCAE's mission is similar to COHEP's; it has to do with providing opportunities for Hondurans to take advantage of the different ways INCAE serves the region. The agreement will support us precisely at that point.

   

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