Northeastern Professor Fernando Suarez on why Boston presents endless opportunities for student entrepreneurs and innovators

In taking over as the newly appointed Jean C. Tempel Pro­fessor of Entre­pre­neur­ship and Inno­va­tion at North­eastern University’sD’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness, Fer­nando Suarez brings a wealth of entre­pre­neurial and edu­ca­tional expe­ri­ence thanks to his time spent living, researching, and working on four dif­ferent continents.

Throughout his career as an edu­cator, Suarez has worked for Boston Uni­ver­sity, MIT, London Busi­ness School, Hitot­sub­ashi Uni­ver­sity in Japan, and Adolfo Ibáñez Uni­ver­sity and ESE Busi­ness School in Chile.

In addi­tion, as an insti­tu­tional and pri­vate entre­pre­neur, Suarez founded the Strategy and Inno­va­tion Depart­ment at Boston Uni­ver­sity, launched an inter­na­tional MBA pro­gram at Adolfo Ibáñez Uni­ver­sity, devel­oped a soft­ware com­pany, and offers strategy and inno­va­tion con­sulting for sev­eral firms in the soft­ware, telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions, man­u­fac­turing and finan­cial sectors.

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