Successful entrepreneur in the Internet world and new technologies. Business Angel AND bestseller author
Technology is like yin and yang: one of its faces makes life easier for us, but the other lends an incalculable help to the bad.
In addition to a prominent expert in new technologies, Alejandro Suárez Sánchez-Ocaña is one of the leading entrepreneurs in Spain. Incessant worker, combines his professional activity with his facets of advisor, coach, disseminator, university professor and business angel of projects related to the Internet, biotechnology and the media.
He has offered more than a hundred conferences related to technology, entrepreneurship and investment in Internet startups. Encounters and prestigious gathering forums have invited you to participate as a speaker, including ESADE or Emprende 21. It stands out for its promotion of the entrepreneur spirit and its support for the launch of new technology companies.
He is currently CEO of Ocio Network and Grupo Gestiona. He chairs Capital magazine and the newspaper Qué! and is vice president of the Association of Internet Investors and Entrepreneurs (AIEI), among other positions. As an entrepreneur, he has founded companies such as Club Santa Mónica, Dixipress, 2B BlackBio, Gestiona Radio, Smarty Content, Genotest and Yes.fm.
"Technology is like yin and yang: one of its faces makes life easier for us, but the other lends an incalculable help to the bad guys"
The entrepreneur and adviser collaborates as an expert in technology in the radio program La Linterna (COPE) and in the television Cuarto Milenio (Cuatro). Since 2011, he has published a blog on ElMundo.es and ElConfidencial.com. He has also collaborated with Cinco Días, Globo Magazine (Brazil), La Razón (Mexico), El Mundo (Venezuela) and El Cronista (Argentina),
He is also a professor of the Master in Business Entrepreneurship at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He also chairs the Marques de Oliva Foundation, an organization focused on the search for a sustainable structure of today's society.
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