Manuel Antonio Camacho is a specialist in impact entrepreneurship with an emphasis in entrepreneurial strategy and his passion is channeling the power of entrepreneurship towards social and environmental sustainability. He began his career working for the Capital Markets program at the World Resources Institute in Washington, D.C. And later in the Latin American office of Sustainable Development for the World Bank in the same city. In Colombia, he worked for the faculty of Administration at la Universidad de Los Andes on the launch of New Ventures Colombia, part of the global network of accelerators for SMEs of high social and environmental innovation. Additionally, he has been a consultant for impact entrepreneurs in a variety of sectors in Colombia, as well as Spain and South Africa. Manuel received a dual-degree in International Relations and Economics from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., Specialist in Finance from la Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) and his MBA from the Instituto de Empresa (Spain).
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