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Intel and INCAE organize forum on accelerating women’s inclusion in Central America

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Friday, 21 June 2013 00:00

El Rector de INCAE, Arturo Condo y la Vicepresidenta de la Corporación Intel y presidenta de la Fundación Intel, Shelly Esque, participaron en el Foro. INCAE, June 21, 2013. Yesterday, June 20th, the INCAE Business School and Intel Central America organized a forum in Costa Rica about opportunities and concrete actions for accelerating the inclusion of women in the region. This activity was follow-up to the Centroamérica@INCAE Forum: Private Sector and Civil Society Perspectives on Inclusive Sustainable Development in the Region, which took place on May 3-4. Participants in yesterday's forum included Laura Chinchilla, President of the Republic of Costa Rica, Arturo Condo, President of INCAE, and Shelly Esque, Vice President of the Intel Corporation and President of the Intel Foundation.


ILGO program brings together 45 business executives at INCAE

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 00:00

INCAE, June 19, 2013. Forty-five business executives from the region are taking part in the 2013 Los participantes en ILGA 2013 trabajaron ayer con el profesor de INCAE Francisco Leguizamón.ILGO program, from June 17-22, at the Walter Kissling Gam campus of the INCAE Business School in Costa Rica.
This training program takes place every year at INCAE, and addresses the challenges facing organizational executives from three angles: the executive as a person, the executive as part of the organization, and the environment in which the organization develops, making this a comprehensive and dynamic training program. This year, executives from 14 Latin American and Caribbean countries took part. The Latin American Institute of Organizational Management (ILGO) was created in 1985, promoted by the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the International Organization of Employers (IOE), to optimize the professionalization of executives from Latin American business organizations.


INCAE offers new seminar on Venture Capital in Panama

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Monday, 17 June 2013 00:00

El programa estuvo a cargo del profesor de INCAE, Dr. Luis J. Sanz.INCAE, June 17, 2013. INCAE Business School began a new program on Venture Capital in Panama, June 13-15. The program is designed to familiarize participants with these funds, from both the viewpoint of supply and demand.
The seminar covers types of venture capital, the ways of obtaining it and forms of providing it, from networks of "business angels" to venture capital and private equity funds.

The training, in which 35 professionals from Germany, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru and El Salvador took part, was led by INCAE professor, Dr. Luis J. Sanz,
Dr. Sanz holds a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, and specializes in Corporate Finance and Financing New Business Ventures. He was a business angel, member of the Agora Partnerships investment committee (Nicaragua) and external director of the Central American Money Market Brokers (Costa Rica).

For these two and a half days, participants analyzed the complete financing cycle of a company, from the time it is formed, through its growth, and its sale or public trading.
In the specific case of funds, they studied the structuring of financing, fundraising, investment and investment management, and the liquidation of investments, along with fund administration and corporate governance of the same.

They also explored topics related to business valuation, negotiations between investors or funds and a business, termsheets, shareholder agreements, protection of minority shareholders, and liquidation options


Two INCAE MBA graduates among the first generation of MAM students at the Yale School of Management

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Thursday, 13 June 2013 00:00

En la foto aparece la Clase MAM 2013 con el Decano de Yale SOM, Dr. Edward Snyder y el Decano Asociado, Dr. David Bach. Juan Carlos Cogorno es el último a la derecha en la última fila y Juan Sánchez Morales es el que está detrás de los Decanos. INCAE, June 13, 2013. Juan Cogorno and Juan Sánchez-Morales, graduates of the 2012 MBA, received their Master of Advanced Management (MAM) from the Yale School of Management at the end of May. The INCAE Business School is part of the Global Network for Advanced Management, a network of international business schools created by Yale last year, and which INCAE was invited to join. 
 The opportunity for students to take part in the MAM, a post-MBA program, is one of the benefits of joining the network.


First module of the Young Executives Management Program begins

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Tuesday, 11 June 2013 00:00

El profesor Luis Sanz tuvo a cargo las lecciones de este martes por la tarde.INCAE, June 11, 2013. Fifty-three young executives between the ages of 22 and 26 years began the first module of the INCAE Business School's Young Executives Management Program (YEMP), this past June 10th, and will conclude on June 15th. This module, the Young Executives Program (YEP), is being taught at the Walter Kissling Gam campus in Costa Rica. It includes topics related to marketing, managerial accounting, financial analysis, operations, the management of technology and innovation. The second module, Leadership for High Potentials, will be taught at the Francisco de Sola campus in Nicaragua, July 26-31. It will focus on leadership in changing contexts and assertiveness, political analysis, strategic thinking, negotiating, and teamwork.


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