As you know, last week I attended a very interesting congress about educational entrepreneurship. Suddenly, one of the speakers, Néstor Guerra, whom I was so excited to see live, named as good practice Gaptain: one of the E.P. I was lucky to have worked with and whom I follow very closely. I’m sure you’ve heard of them, right? If you haven’t, here you have another chance of knowing them, because coincidence or not, the other day I was at the presentation of another one of their projects: Kids Centric. (more…)
Some months ago, Cristina Sal Salvador del Valle, who is responsible for the social impact at the BBK Foundation and is my fellow sufferer in this thing called entrepreneurship, got in touch with me to see if I could make an ad hoc mentoring session for a project in education to strengthen certain issues. You can imagine that it didn’t take too long for me to say yes, of course. The day chosen for the mentoring, the 4th of June 2019, which, by the way, is a very important date for me, started this adventure. Roberto Álvarez was there, the founder and CEO of a company that “soon” would become an ally in the great adventure that is entrepreneurship, education and digital competence.
Here starts today’s post that, honestly, gives me good feelings and memories, and makes me want to join forces to do my small part in a topic that worries me more every day. I encourage you to know Gaptain.