As Chile celebrates the ‘Year of Innovation’ AndesBeat is excited to announce What Make Chile Go/Lo que mueve a Chile powered by uShip, Austin, Texas (USA). Let us know your favorite contributors to the innovation culture of Chile. They’ll be featured for our readership.
Since we launched AndesBeat in November 2011, we have always been fascinated with introducing the world to Chile’s undiscovered talent and projects in the world of technology. Attracting an international fan base with a strong readership in Silicon Valley, they are often curious about the innovation coming out of Chile and the culture of early stage startups.
AndesBeat will host new world change-makers under the radar of old world knowledge at an upcoming event in Santiago, Chile which will showcase the emerging startup and entrepreneurship scene in Chile.
Santiago, Chile – AndesBeat, Latin America’s first English language media publication dedicated to ‘covering the uncovered’ stories in Latin America’s emerging startup scene, announced today that in their inaugural event they will host a group of students from the Globalist (the quarterly international global affairs publication of Yale University).
Many local organizations were surprised to learn that AndesBeat inaugural event was not a ‘startup themed’ event. However, directly in line with their cultural game-changing mission, the event serves as a critical foundation in terms of integrating Latin America’s media ecosystem into trends in the international media. The event will leverage the rising media talent from a prestigious 300+ year institution of higher learning along with the timely theme of stimulating and promoting a culture of entrepreneurship within a sub-developed country. AndesBeat is working hard at a grassroots level to increase the amount of coverage Latin American startups receives from local and international media. By making these stories more ‘accessible and approachable’ to the media, they also seek to educate the everyday citizen in Latin America about the entrepreneurship and startup world.
This week is the Kimlu Scientific Camp (for teens) in Viña del Mar, Chile. The annual Kimlu Scientific Camp is hosted by Ciencia Joven, one of Chile’s leading science academies for young people.
Each year, Kimlu hosts 30 talented youth with high technical and scientific aptitude, from around the country to participate in their weeklong intensive program.
On January 8, 2012, Carlos Leiva (AndesBeat co-founder) and I are absolutely ecstatic to be among their distinguished speakers and furthermore to have the opportunity to mentor and work alongside Chile’s next generation of scientists/doctors and researchers. Continue reading →
EmprendeUC (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) co-producers of the Do Future documentary, is proud to present its next installment of their “Do Future” series. Do Future is aimed at showcasing the work that is being evolved through the convergence of Silicon Valley with Chile’s emerging entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem in the Atacama Valley.
The event will be held on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 09:00 hrs., at the Aula Magna Manuel José Irarrázabal (1st Floor Central House UC). On this occasion their international guests, featuring, Kathleen Eisenhardt, will speak on “Strategies for innovation in technology-based companies“. Continue reading →
IncubaUC, the business incubator at the Pontificia Universidad Católica, with Emprende Claro and LG, proudly presents a workshop on “POWER PITCH PRESENTATIONS FOR BUSINESS EFFICIENCY,” presented by Power Pitch creator Héctor Sepúlveda. The event will be held on December 20, 2011 from 09:00 to 13:00 hours Room S 82 UC MBA, located at Alameda 440, Santiago.
The focus of this event will be on the presentation of the so-called “Elevator Pitch”, a trend born in the United States in the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and is aimed at achieving an investor through a business presentation and efficient delivery in a very short time (maximum 5 minutes). Continue reading →