Ganadores del Entrepreneur of the Year de EY

El jueves 21 de abril se realized la Gala de entrega de premios del Entrepreneur of the Year 2022 de EY Argentina.

“We have passed almost two years of the pandemic and the changes were so accelerated that they remind us of the great changes in the paradigms of history. Sin embargo, hoy más que neverca, los que siempre sueñan y neverca pierden la fe son los que están reinventando nuestra forma de vida. And they do it through science, technology, communications and culture. Y el gran ejemplo de estos comportamientos, son los emprendreros, por eso queremos premiarlos ya que demonstrated once more that the only thing that does not change for them is that permanent spirit of superación even in the most adverse conditions. destacó Norberto Nacuzzi, Country Managing Partner de EY Argentina.

The winner of the Master category was Gastón Taratuta, Founder and CEO of Aleph, a company that connects the major digital platforms of the world with large advertisers and millions of consumers.

The emerging entrepreneur category was for Andres Jara Werchau, Co founder and CEO of Nubimetrix, a leading company in the services of E-Commerce and Analytics.

The social category had three winners in this opportunity, Horacio Joffre Galibert from APADEA (Associación de Padres de Autistas), Diego Bustamante from Asociación Civil Pata Pila, and Veronica Capurro from Inmigrantes Digitales.

Guibert Englebienne, co-founder of Globant and president of Endeavor, was also awarded a prize as an outstanding entrepreneur.

The career path was for Dr. Nicolas Catena por su destacada actividad empresarial y por llevar el vino al mejor nivel mundial.

Verónica Marcelo, CEO of Natura Argentina, won the Women’s Choice award for her contribution to the creation of value and inclusion policies.

El jurado del Entrepreneur of the Year estuo compuesto por Daniel Novegil, Gustavo Grobocopatel, Marcos Galperín, Marcelo Mindlin, Hugo Sigman, Carlos Miguens, Santiago del Sel, Santiago Bilinkis, Miguel Kiguel, Sergio Berensztein, Clarisa Estol and María Eugenia Estenssoro.

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