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130 INCAE graduates had a chance to share again with the INCAE Alumni network and reconnect with their Alma Mater

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:12

thumb FOTORIINCAE's first Annual Alumni Meeting on July 6th-7th at Campus Francisco de Sola in Nicaragua brought together more than 130 graduates and students. The Meeting aimed to allow graduates to meet with colleagues and friends, remember their campus experience and their life as students, update themselves on relevant topics, and come closer to their Alma Mater. On the other hand, INCAE's first Annual Alumni Meeting at Campus Walter Kissling Gam in Costa Rica was held on August 24th-25th.

Alumni shared with former classmates and Faculty, as well as with students of INCAE's 2018 MBA who welcomed them warmly and offered them typical drinks and snacks. They took part in a welcome dinner, networking sessions, and a cocktail party, and attended class taught by INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños,


INCAE recognizes its 2016 Distinguished Graduate during its cocktail in Lima

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:07

graduadaINCAE's Cocktail in Peru to strengthen its relationship with graduates, report on its 2016 results, introduce its new Country Challenge team, and recognize its 2016 Distinguished Graduate (a Peruvian student) was held in Lima, Peru last June 21st and attended by 130 alumni. Rector Enrique Bolaños presented INCAE's achievements for 2016 and talked about progress, improvements, and future strategies to involve alumni in INCAE's mission.

"As everyone here knows, our core mission consists of training leaders who will go the extra mile in making meaningful contributions to society and to transform their companies, communities,

and even countries and to watch over them. As change agents they will start a creative revolution in countries requiring radical change to come out ahead in this increasingly competitive world", he said.

Mariela García de Fabbri (EMBA IV, Class of 2008) fits this profile exactly.


Seventy-six young Latin Americans participated in the Young Executive Program on the campus of INCAE

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Friday, 24 November 2017 09:43

thumb yep. FOTOSeventy-six college students and alumni from 16 countries including United States, Paraguay, the Dominican Republic, Peru, Nicaragua, and El Salvador attended the 2017 Young Executive Program at Campus Walter Kissling Gam in Costa Rica. Besides a great academic, multicultural experience YEP gave them the opportunity to learn for a week from faculty, following the same learning methodology and teaching philosophy as applied at INCAE's MBA Programs.

They were taught Personal Finance by Professor Quintanilla, learned about Value Chain from Dr. Luis López, applied Marketing Theories together with Professor José Exprúa, and even learned how to plan their professional path with INCAE MBA Executive Director Luis Umaña Timms.


INCAE signs agreement with Peruvian Exporters Association

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Friday, 24 November 2017 09:36

FullSizeRender 13In order to strengthen their relationship, INCAE Business School and the Association of Peruvian Exporters (ADEX) signed an agreement last June 21st in Lima stating their willingness to cooperate in taking joint action to reach their goals.

The agreement signed by INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños and ADEX President Juan Varilias affirms INCAE's commitment to give preferential status to ADEX. As a result, ADEX employees will enjoy benefits such as free access to INCAE's Executive Education webinars and discounts on INCAE's Open Programs and the Executive MBA.

According to INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños,


INCAE students secured their passage to the final round of the Breakthrough Innovation Challenge sponsored by the UN Global Compact

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Friday, 24 November 2017 09:29

studentFor the first time ever INCAE students took part in the Breakthrough Innovation Challenge (BIC) and are now among the seven finalists of over 100 teams from five continents. The other participants who made it to the final are from Philippines, India, South Africa, and Central America. The winning team will be selected next September 21st in New York.

BIC is sponsored by the UN Global Compact and it brings together young professionals from over 100 of the world's leading universities to develop solutions for business firms seeking to address the UN Global Compact's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


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