The meeting aimed to know the details associated with the organization of the XV Fair of Business Ideas and the X Congress of Entrepreneurs organized by students of the Commercial Engineer.
Within the framework of the organizational activities of the XV Fair of Business Ideas, an event that this 2014 commemorates 15 years since its inception, the Rector of the University of La Serena, Dr. Nibaldo Avilés, met with the students of the School of Commercial Engineering of the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, to know details of this important event that is conceived as an instance of meeting between the world of university entrepreneurship, schoolchildren, entrepreneurs, and the community in general.
On the occasion, the student members of the organizing committee presented to the university authority, the main purpose of this Fair, which in its XV version is to provide the attending students with a quality and useful event for their personal and professional training.
The Fair of Business Ideas is the largest activity in the area of entrepreneurship developed by students throughout the country, so in this year of commemoration, the organizers want to highlight the importance of this showcase for entrepreneurs in the region.
Also, on the occasion, the Rector of the ULS was informed about the work program designed for the realization of the X International Congress of Entrepreneurs, an event that has been developing since the year 2003, calling in its history more than 2 thousand attendees and telling with the participation of the most outstanding entrepreneurs in Chile and the world.
The dean of the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Mg. Jorge Fernández, the director of the School of Commercial Engineering, Mg. Erico Wulf, the ULS academic, Vicente Tapia, the general coordinator of the X Entrepreneurs Congress, Javier C. Medanić, the general sub-coordinator of the Congress, Álvaro Huerta, the general coordinator of the XV Fair Version of Business Ideas, Miguel Žuvić, and the general sub-coordinator of the Fair, Alejandra Sánchez