Let’s have a flashback to a regular day in the year 2003 in Colombia and how difficult it was to know someone who called himself an “entrepreneur” and more likely, if you said you were starting your own business, you were fundamentally regarded as “unemployed.”

Today, the world stands on the rush of everyday innovations, and entrepreneurs are a common hub between cities – they are organized, move between the public and private sectors and their innovations on products and services, one of the pillars of economic activity in most developed countries