Last week I was in Lima, Peru, as part of the certification process for a business school. According to the recently published ESADE Economic Report, Peru is expected to be one of the fastest-growing South American countries in 2014.
During my trip, I met with Andrea Asencios, Director of ESADE in Peru. We talked about the need for top-notch training in Latin America, especially in emerging economies where natural resources are abundant and certain industries are not yet mature. We agreed that economic development – both in emerging and developed economies – must be accompanied by tools that make it possible to put knowledge at the service of society, as we always try to do here at ESADE.
In this photo, taken on the shores of the Pacific, Andrea and I are joined by Bea Escriña, Head of International Communication at ESADE.