Endeavor Entrepreneur Guibert Englebienne, co-founder of Globant, was recently named chairman of Endeavor Argentina‘s board. The news was covered in La Nacion, a top Argentine newspaper, recognizing the work of Endeavor in the region and the importance of creating role models for future generations. Guibert succeeds Endeavor Entrepreneur and Officenet co-founder Andy Freire in this new role.
As chairman, Guibert will continue to promote Endeavor as the organization works to select and support the best high-impact entrepreneurs in the region and around the world. MercadoLibre co-founder Marcos Galperín will also join as vice chairman.
Guibert founded Globant with Martín Umaran, Martin Migoya and Nestor Nocetti with a mission to transform the software development industry in Latin America. Globant is an emerging worldwide leader in providing both technical expertise and design and creative capabilities in the development of software products that can be applied to digital campaigns on a global scale. Headquartered in Buenos Aires, the company is a rapidly growing business employing over 2,000 engineers, marketing specialists and designers in across Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, the United States and the United Kingdom. Globant is distinguished by its vision to provide clients with both the infrastructure and technical support that drive digital campaigns, combined with the creative and design skills usually found alone in digital agencies.
Since selection by Endeavor in 2005, Globant has expanded to to over 10 cities and has become the first Latin American outsourcing firm to work with Google. With the support of Endeavor’s network, Globant has been able to acquire other firms and raise U.S.-based venture capital funds.
Read coverage of the news in La Nacion by clicking here.