Entrepreneurship

  • November 15, 2018

    An algorithm for the influencers’ industry

    The window of Josh Lopez’s office, which has a view to the Lake Park at the City of Knowledge, is full of encrypted messages, algorithms, marketing […]
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  • November 1, 2018

    Are Panamanians also entrepreneurs?

    The entrepreneurship ecosystem has been growing strong since 2016 with the signing of the National Pact for Entrepreneurship (Pacto Nacional de Empredimiento)


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  • October 31, 2018

    A night to learn from failure

    This space is called FuckUp Nights, an initiative that has been held more than 25 times in Panama, which is no more than “a night to learn from failure,”


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The pet-friendly workspace: a growing global trend

The key to a successful pet-friendly office is to achieve harmony between the organizational culture and the pet-owner’s responsibilities, thus guaranteeing benefits for all: dogs happy with their owners, owners happy with their jobs, and companies with more productive, efficient employees with a heightened sense of belonging.

A night to learn from failure

This space is called FuckUp Nights, an initiative that has been held more than 25 times in Panama, which is no more than "a night to learn from failure,"

A conversation with Carlos Jaramillo, Academic and Finance Center Director at IESA

What impact does IESA want to have in Panama? Our goal is to become a relevant local actor. In that sense, we are very focused on creating academic content much more adjusted to local issues. Logistics, for example. Panama is a great logistics operator and our idea is to develop specific academic subjects for that sector. Also, the process of financial sophistication of the Panamanian population: since Panama has a dollarized economy, the economic conditions are much more stable than in other countries of the region, and we are very interested in the financial behavior patterns of Panamanians. For instance: what strategy will local banks implement to adapt to international products that are already functioning else-where?