Transforming attitude for an entrepreneurial society - Interview with Carlos Arruda

Professor of Innovation and Competitiveness of Fundação Dom Cabral, Carlos Alberto Arruda advocates the idea that entrepreneuring is an attitude and demands action and execution. Carlos Arruda he holds a PhD in International Management from the University of Bradford in England, is part of the HUB Network (Austria) board, the Kellog Inovation Networt (USA) advisory board and Fundepar (Brazil) technical board. He is also the author and co-author of several publications in Brazil and abroad on topics such as internationalization of companies, international competitiveness, innovation management, business longevity and entrepreneurship.


In an interview with CER, during the International Seminar on Entrepreneurial Education – held in July by Sebrae Minas – Carlos Arruda spoke about the different natures of education and the importance of investment in entrepreneurial, scientific and technological education.


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