I will give you a FREE 20 minutes interview through a Webinar during the course, to solve you doubts or give u real contacts and advices in these countries.
I have been making Business with latin people since 1999, when I was studying an MBA in IE Business School in Madrid. I realized that each country has his own idiosyncrasy, culture and different ways to make the same. So you should adapt to each situation if you want to get success.
Now everybody knows that there's a HUGE opportunity to make business in LATAM; 200 million Internet users, growh of 30% per year, and much more positive indicators in the same direction. But Latins have their own way to make Business, to close agreements, to make the PPRR & Social Media activities... and they act diferent than people form te States. We must learn a lot about them.
So In this course you will learn:
DON'T SUBESTIME THE SUBCULTURES AND LATIN STYLE; IF YOU TRY TO DO THE SAME THAN IN THE STATES, BE SURE YOU'LL FAIL.
Take this course and learn to think like a Latin. You'll understand more about the way they make business, and your strategy will be more successful both in LATAM and the US, because you'll know much more your [new] users and they will perveive you as a 'better comany' to work with.
Miguel Caballero is a Spanish Enterpreneur and Engineer, and has been cofounder of multiple Startups during last 15 years. Miguel is Industrial Engineer by UA and MBA by the IE Business School. Nowadays, Miguel is CEO and Founder of Tutellus .
Miguel started his professional career working in the own Business School, developing the actual web platform. After he founded Quoba, a startup based on learning services to B2B market .They worked for Santander Bank, Asisa and Sanitas, first Insurance brands in Spain, and finally the founders sold the company to the Global Services Division of IBM .
After selling that company Miguel was cofounder of Neomedia, a pioneer engineering specialized in wireless technology with a powerful R&D area. He developped projects in Spain,Portugal, Italy, Bolivia, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia & Mexico. He learned to differentiate subcultures and ways to make business in all those countries. The company grew to have around 20 million $ in sales. Miguel also founded MET , an company center on Smart Cities and made an exit during 2010.
During those years Miguel travelled a lot and was a common speaker in more than 100 events, in 12 countries and for 7 years (IEEE Latam, SIMO TCI , Mundo Internet 2005-2010,, etc). He got an International PCT patent about WiFi Location Services and was the co-creator of another 3 patents about Mobility Algorithms based on smart parking systems.