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…)
In December of 2014, almost 6 years ago, I first wrote about the protagonist of today’s post. Today, after having been a witness of part of his entrepreneurial adventure and, what’s more important, after having his support and love, I let myself write about him again. He is, without any doubt, a real entrepreneur. His name Juan Barbed; his “job”, entrepreneur.
I don’t think I’m wrong if I say that one of Juan’s dreams has always been to help others improve their quality of life. I said it years ago and I will say it now. That’s what I call holding true to his convictions. Do you want to know what Juan is doing right now? Keep reading. (more…)
A couple of weeks ago or so, a member of the Mañana team, an initiative led by IFEMA together with Barrabés.biz and promoted by ENISA contacted me. I could not pay much attention to it until a few days ago. The truth is that I would have liked to have had more time to browse their website a little more carefully, but time is what it is, so, although later than expected, here I am to tell you about this initiative that has to do with all of us, whether we are entrepreneurs or not.
Do you want to know what it is about? I’ll tell you (more…)