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THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLUB’S «SPEAKER SERIES» is delighted to welcome Mr. Pablo Larguía, as our next guest speaker at IE.
WHEN? Wednesday, November 15th @ 19:00 hr @ classroom A-304
Pablo Larguía started up Bumeran.com, an on-line recruitment site #1 in Latin America and #4 in the world. Backed by US and UK VCs, Pablo and his partners expanded the company throughout Latin America between 1998 and 2000. In December 2000, the company was acquired by TerraLycos. Within a six-month period at Bumeran-Terra Miami, Pablo left the day-to-day activities in the company.
In 2002, Pablo started Enjoy Entertainment, a new Film and Theatre Production company. Enjoy Entertainment produced the #3 most seen Spanish-speaking movie in 2003, «Lugares Comunes», winner of multiple awards in San Sebastian Film Festival. After that, Enjoy produced «ART», the most successful theatre play in Spain in year 2003. That same year, Enjoy also acquired a 50% stake in Séptimo Arte, a retail store chain that rents & sells DVD´s, which is quickly expanding through Spain. In 2004, through a new company, Singular Multimedia, Pablo developed a new theatre space in Gran Vía here in Madrid. In 2005, Enjoy Entertainment acquired the «Teatro Lara», one of the most important theatres in Madrid.
Pablo firmly believes that entrepreneurship and new venture creation are essential drivers of economic growth and social mobility. Committed to seek for positive changes in the world, he is involved in The Junior Achievement Foundation, the world’s largest economic education organization.
Please join us to learn more about Mr. Pablo Larguía ´s entrepreneurial adventure!


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