Entrepreneurs, candidates and staff from Endeavor’s affiliate offices in Latin America, including Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay and Chile, visited the Endeavor offices in New York City for a networking reception with Global staff members. The visitors were participating in Columbia University’s Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Latin America (ECLA) program, a 13-month intensive program focused on providing participants with the skills and direction necessary to implement and lead change within their organizations through a combination of classroom training, distance learning and project-based education.
“The professors and classes have been very interesting so far, and the project immersion aspect is important to entrepreneurship courses like this,” said Guillermo Zedan who works with Endeavor Entrepreneurs David Basulto and David Assael at ArchDaily, “We also get to learn about parts of our businesses we don’t always know about.”
The group stopped by the Endeavor offices after a day of courses to meet with members of the Global entrepreneur services team over cocktails and food. Entrepreneurs from Cinemagic, IQS, LiSim, and IPETH were also in attendance.
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