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#PortadaLat Q&A: C. Salazar – Venture Partner, 500 Startups: “Investors need to put prejudices aside and bet on the long run.”

Portada interviewed Mexican entrepreneur César Salazar, Venture Partner of 500 Startups, as part of the #PortadaLat interview series. This is an entrepreneur who “wanted to be a designer (or maybe an architect) when I was a kid – and I became both,” he tells Portada, and who hopes to be able to “transform pre-school education” in the long-term future.


#PortadaLat Q&A: C. Salazar – Venture Partner, 500 Startups: “Investors need to put prejudices aside and bet on the long run.”

Portada interviewed Mexican entrepreneur César Salazar, Venture Partner of 500 Startups, as part of the #PortadaLat interview series. This is an entrepreneur who “wanted to be a designer (or maybe an architect) when I was a kid – and I became both,” he tells Portada, and who hopes to be able to “transform pre-school education” in the long-term future.


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