Alfonso Prada is convinced entrepreneurs can change the world in many ways.
Prada, who is Director General of SENA, head of the Colombian government's seed capital grant fund, made the case for public policies that create entrepreneurs in exponential numbers. He invited the audience to imagine more than 1 million students in the country today having the opportunity to approach entrepreneurship through their education, and find new opportunities for personal and social development.
"Entrepreneurship is possible with accompaniment," said Prada. His proposal of extending the training of entrepreneurs is based on clear objectives: close gaps to attack poverty, create universal opportunities and, above all, create hope for development.