Tag Archives: Latin America

Coming Out a Winner in the Wake of the COVID–19 Global Reset:

A Latin America Perspective of the Venture Capital (VC) Industry The success of the VC industry depends largely on the ability of General Partners (GPs) to invest in start–ups and exit years later at great multiples (buy low/sell high). This … Continue reading

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Is the Western World Testing the Limits of Incrementalism? An opportunity for foreign entrepreneurs from emerging countries

I have been reflecting on the consequences of incrementalism for a while and have come to recognize a disturbing pattern manifested in our western world across multiple aspects of our daily lives (not only in businesses, but in many aspects … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Corporate Entrepreneurship: Can Mid-Sized Latin American Firm Play Ball? Part II

In the last post (Part I), we reviewed six lessons from established companies that can sustain innovation and harvest its promises in terms of increased profitability and market growth. While these lessons apply to firms of all sizes, untapped growth … Continue reading

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