A new version of the “Diploma en Venture Capital” began carried out jointly by the Asociación Chilena de Venture Capital and the Business School of Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.
On Friday, July 23, 33 students had the first module in a mixed modality: online and in person.
On the first day, students from Chile, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Peru had sessions with Julio Riutort, academic director of the diploma course and professor at the UAI Business School, Magdalena Guzmán, executive director of the ACVC, Andrés Meirovich, academic director of the graduate and member of the board of the ACVC, and David Fernández, deputy director of Start-Up Chile. While on Saturday, Francisco Guzmán, president of the ACVC, gave the class.
The objective of the diploma is to train professionals with a global and multidisciplinary vision of the venture capital or entrepreneurial industry, reviewing its instruments, actors, regulatory framework, and national and international projection, among others.