They have appointed a new manager for CORFO in the Los Lagos area

This is Gabriel Pérez González, Molecular Biotechnology Engineer from the University of Chile, Postgraduate Diploma in Biological Sciences Project from University of Auckland in New Zealand and MSc in Biotechnology and Enterprise from University of Manchester in UK. He has experience in innovation, entrepreneurship, technology transfer, and public policy, and most recently served as the University of Los Lagos Technology Director, Technical Director for High Tech for CORFO’s InnovaChile, and as a tourism entrepreneur.

He highlighted that “the main challenge and responsibility of the CORFO Los Lagos Regional Directorate is to lead the decentralization processes promoted by the government. For this we will look at the challenges and opportunities that our lands and our social culture offer to create value through innovation and entrepreneurship. This is in the process of promoting a new development paradigm, More inclusive and respectful of both the environment and people.

For the new Regional Director of Corfo Los Lagos, Corfo’s main mission in the region is to create value through research, development and innovation (R + D + i). “This has prompted me to play roles in public policy, technology management and entrepreneurship, and to advance initiatives through the allocation of public and private resources. These initiatives have focused on technological development, technology-based and traditional entrepreneurship. Therefore, using my experience and knowledge, in science and business, I can To be a relevant actor in establishing the key competencies required to implement research and development, entrepreneurship and public policy projects,” he explained.

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