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Martín Migoya: “Just as the country punishes us in many things, it teaches and trains us in a different way”

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Martín Migoya: “Just as the country punishes us in many things, it teaches and trains us in a different way”

Martín Migoya:

Martín Migoya during his participation in the Knowledge Economy panel. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Globant co-founder and CEO, Martin MigoyaOn Tuesday he considered entrepreneurship in Argentina to be “an adventure” and warned that entrepreneurs are punished “in many things” in the country, but stressed that these difficulties teach “in a different way”.

“The company is an adventure and just like the country It punishes us in many thingsalso teaches us and trains us in a different way “, remarked Migoya during his participation in the Knowledge Economy panel organized by Clarione within the Democracy and Development cycle.

Migoya also referred to inflation, which is also talked about a lot in the United States: “I said it in a speech in Canada, I said there is life after inflation. The bad always brings something good prepared, “she stressed.

The entrepreneur also referred to the land that, as he explained, Argentina has lost respect to neighboring countries and gave Colombia as an example. “In the case of Globant, in 2014, Argentina represented 70% of the people at Globant, today it is 20%. Colombia represented 5% for us and today it is the largest operation it has in the world. What it did Colombia The big difference was that Colombia he managed to maintain a truly incredible stability for many years“he noted.

Migoya stressed that for businessmen “stability and the rules of the game” are vital: “Argentina has fallen behind due to permanent changes and that inability to predict the cost of something in a time frame ‘x’“, he condemned.

For the co-founder of Globant, every day that passes without the rules of the game changing “is a won day”.

Is closed: “Please stay still, hold the bow still. Sometimes you just have to be stable for companies to choose you to invest in “.

Globant co-founder and CEO, Martín Migoya, took part in the "Democracy and Development" cycle in Malba this Tuesday.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Globant co-founder and CEO, Martín Migoya, took part in the “Democracy and Development” cycle in Malba this Tuesday. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Globant, one of the main Argentine unicorns, is a reference company in the world of the knowledge economy. In 2021 the company has exceeded $ 1,000 million in turnover.

“The country must understand the brutal extent of the technological change the world is going through, adopt it and know how to take advantage of it,” Migoya said in a recent presentation that took place at the AEA and brought together key businessmen from the Village . There she highlighted the need to work to educate the new generations and create the conditions so that they do not leave the country. “Argentina was a deportation machine,” she said.

An electronic engineer with a degree from UNLP and a Masters in Business Administration, Migoya worked at YPF and BV Holland before co-founding Globant. He was elected CEO of the year (2018) and platinum Konek as Outstanding Entrepreneur.

Source: Clarin

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