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Juan Carlos Diaz Bilbao wants to make Mexico great again. How? By focusing on building the new instead of fighting the old!
Juan Carlos Diaz Bilbao has over 10 years of experience working with entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized businesses in Latin America. He founded Invertzio, a consultancy for developing sustainable business models. Juan also co-founded the Changemaker Leaders Initiative, which has the ambition to spark a movement around profit with purpose in Latin America.
At Promotora Social Mexico, a venture philanthropy organization, he aims to design and articulate multiple social entrepreneurship and collective impact initiatives around health and education. Juan is the leader of the Sistema B promoter group in Mexico and ambassador for the League of Intrapreneurs.
Juan Carlos Diaz Bilbao participated in the Responsible Leaders Forum Chile in 2017. He is a member of the BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders Network.
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