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One Nicaraguan and one Honduran woman will be able to participate at INCAE’s Specialized MBA thanks to a $ 25,000 scholarship

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:53

FLYER 2.6If you are a woman and you want to take part of INCAE's MBA Program you can benefit from the René Morales Carazo Scholarship, Entrepreneurship Chair. INCAE's Latin American Center for Entrepreneurs has a fund to provide partial grants to women entrepreneurs from Nicaragua and Honduras to let them participate in INCAE's Specialized MBA Program. The fund will grant $ 25,000 applicable to tuition and the application deadline is May 15th.

INCAE started an MBA Program with a major in entrepreneurship aimed at developing youth with a global mindset who wish to scale up their businesses, face the risks and opportunities offered by the markets, and bring growth and value to the region.

 

Costa Rican scientist shared her experience in Antarctica with female entrepreneurs

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:46

monicafotoCosta Rican scientist Monica Araya is the founder and director of international think tank Nivela, cofounder and director of Costa Rica Limpia (a citizen platform promoting renewable energy and sustainable transportation), and senior associate of British think tank E3G and of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. She took part in an expedition to Antarctica in late 2016 and shared her experience with entrepreneurs last May 2nd at Costa Rica Country Club in an activity called "A Tico Woman in Antarctica," jointly organized by INCAE's Center for Collaborative and Women Leadership and Voces Vitales Costa Rica. Both organizations promote the development of professional women and female entrepreneurs through these initiatives, so that people can be inspired by developing their leadership strengths.

"As an organization we are proud to contribute to social progress and leadership training all over Latin America. Monica has shared an enriching experience of leadership, science, personal strategy, visibility, and collaboration.

   

Building a better future for Central America’s Northern Triangle

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:36

unnamedMassive migration to the United States by Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras' citizens cannot be solved simply through border security. Better economic opportunities and less citizen insecurity are required in those countries, too.

Since September 2016, the Washington-based Atlantic Council think tank has led a group of Central American experts in developing the "Task Force Report: Building a Better Future," a working agenda to improve economic opportunities and increase citizen security in the Northern Triangle.

This working group, composed of Central Americans with a long record in both the private and the public sectors, has outlined a road map to promote sustainable development in the Northern Triangle,

   

CNN en Español and Fuerza en Movimiento arrive in Costa Rica

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:23

cnnOn Thursday, April 27th, CNN en Español hosted the Fuerza del Milenio Forum at the Walter Kissling Gam Campus in Alajuela, Costa Rica with support from INCAE Business School, as part of one of the most important, successful business programs in Latin America, Fuerza en Movimiento. In conjunction with Costa Rican entrepreneurs Director Gabriela Frías explored innovative solutions in relation to three major elements of Costa Rica's business with a focus on technology and health care.

Lifestyle in big cities today results in a number of issues ranging from not having time to eat out, making payments, walking your pets, and even losing green fields that help fight environmental pollution. That led CNN en Español to offer the "Fuerza del Milenio: Conciencia Innovadora" forum to students of INCAE's Specialized MBA.

   

INCAE signs agreement with Universidad Americana de Nicaragua

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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:16

firmaLast April 17, INCAE Business School signed a cooperation agreement with Universidad Americana de Nicaragua (UAM) in Managua, Nicaragua, to expand academic and professional cooperation.

"Both schools share academic, scientific, and cultural goals and this agreement will help them meet the needs of their social environments," said INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños. The agreement will be in force for three years and it can be extended later on.

Rectors Enrique Bolaños from INCAE and Ernesto Medina from UAM signed the agreement aimed at carrying out activities to promote knowledge through collaborative projects such as creating a workshop for UAM

   

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