Tag Archives: Inspire

Tech Entrepreneurship is “hot” in Latin America

In the past the Latin America region was mostly associated to very friendly people, tropical dance music, colorful cities and of course, to a number of issues and challenges around economic and social matters. Rarely this region was seen as … Read more >

Profile: Fernando Martínez

With 16 years of experience in the IT Industry, Fernando Martínez is the Education Manager at Intel Mexico. As part of his duties, Fernando carries out efforts of Corporate Social Responsibility focused on the education sector, including professional development programs … Read more >

Can a company from the country with the third largest number of Facebook users in 2009 become a success story?

Iletken Technologies (Iletken) of Turkey will participate to 2010 Intel+UC Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge (IBTEC) as the third team from the Intel Challenge Europe competition. Iletken develops technology that helps businesses recommend the right content for right users. Iletken’s behavioral … Read more >

Will “green” entrepreneurs from China bring the next big idea?

A couple of weeks from now, three technology entrepreneur teams from China will go to United States to attend 2010 Intel+UC Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge (IBTEC). They were top teams selected from a national technology entrepreneurship business plan competition back … Read more >

Educate Girls — Change the World; Intel makes commitment with 10×10 at CGI

Did you know that one additional year of primary education for girls can result in a 10-20% increase in women’s wages later in life? An increase in female education leads to lower infant and maternal mortality rates, protection against HIV/AIDS, … Read more >

Cheers and huzzahs! Some wonderful schools are getting it right – and Intel is celebrating their success

Wow. OK, so Walter Payton Preparatory High School of Chicago, Illinois, is the new Star Innovator – the tip top, best-of-the-best and most innovative math or science school in the US, as announced by yours truly at this evening’s 2010 … Read more >

From Arizona to Azerbaijan – Enthusiasm and Dedication Make a Difference

I became a teacher because I didn’t like the way I’d been taught. I wasn’t inspired, I wasn’t encouraged, I wasn’t interested – and I didn’t want that for others – I wanted to make a difference. I needed to … Read more >