It starts Spin2014, the biggest event in university entrepreneurship in Latin America

  • Entrepreneurship
01 | October | 2014
Mexico D.F., Mexico

Today begins Spin2014, the biggest event of the Ibero-American University entrepreneurship, which meet in Mexico more than 1,500 people linked to the world of entrepreneurship, the University and the company, and fifty experts and mentors international. the Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, UNAM, will host two seminars which will be held under the slogan " take unites us".

Spin2014 is an event organized by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, the Instituto Politécnico Nacional and the Tecnológico de Monterrey, together with the University network RedEmprendia, as well as Universia and Banco Santander, which carries out a fundamental work of patronage through its Santander universities Global Division.

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With the aim of promoting the entrepreneurial talent of the Ibero-American University, Spin2014 offers its participants experiences, the possibility of learning with mentors and experts, discuss the entrepreneurial University of the future and c onocer transferred trends from the University laboratory to the company.

Additionally the event will host the final of the programs support University entrepreneurship IDEup and Model2Market that distributed more than $ 75,000 between business projects born in the Ibero-American universities. 40 finalists from 9 countries compete.

On the other hand, the SmartMoney4Stars investment forum will facilitate that international investors know more Latin America promising 12 of startups. Investors participate Mexican Angel Ventures as Venture Institute, venture capital funds including Nazca Ventures (Santiago de Chile), NXTPLabs (Buenos Aires), Performa Investimentos e Inova Venture Participações (Sao Paulo), Cabiedes and Partners (Madrid), promoter (Medellin), family offices as Cofema Investments (Barcelona) or accelerators as 500 Startups. SmartMoney4Stars is sponsored by Clarke, Modet & or Nafin, and the collaboration of AMEXCAP.

Eduardo Graniello, CEO of Intellego, Mexican company of consulting services in solutions of information and one of the leading companies in the domestic market, will be one of the 50 speakers and mentors from the event.

50 speakers and mentors for internationally for the entrepreneurs participants

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Kerry Healey, first woman lead BabsonCollege, prestigious American leading institution in entrepreneurship training will also participate.

Steve Blank, who will give another speech, is one of businessmen and academics best known in Silicon Valley, California, recognized for developing the CustomerDevelopmentMethodology and set in motion the movement of Lean Startup.

Special relevance will be the figure of women entrepreneurs, with the line of strategic action "M 3: women who move the world". Discussions on women's leadership in innovation, dialogue will be held with successful entrepreneurs and proposals to enhance the talents of women and their contribution to the creation of wealth and the improvement of the quality of life.

United by the entrepreneurship

Spin2014 is an example of partnership between the University, the Administration and the company to contribute to an economy based on knowledge and technological development. The event has the support of the National Council of science and technology - CONACYT, and sponsored by companies such as Clarke, Modet & Cº, and Mexican as Nafin, FEMSA and the Mexican Institute of intellectual property (IMPI). Also have joined the event such as the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB), the Secretariat of public education, the National Institute of the entrepreneur and the Embassy of Spain in Mexico.

Other companies and entities collaborating with Spin2014 are AMEXCAP and AMEXCID, Anuies, Ashoka, IDB-MIF, FabLab Mexico, possible and the Televisa Foundation, NH Hotels, the Government of the Federal District and the laboratory for the city of Mexico, InMujeres, Promexico, PWC and the University of Anahuac.

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