Here at PulsoSocial, we’ve always got the best interests of our readers at heart. This is mind, we’ve aligned forces with educational platform Oja.la to launch PulsoInstitute, a new way for our audience to get up-to-speed on the latest in global technology and innovation. We’ll soon be offering a number of new courses and certificates for all to enjoy.
Hernán Aracena, the Venezuelan entrepreneur behind Oja.la, has played an integral role in bringing PulsoInstitute to life. At Oja.la, he’s set out to bring to Latin America a platform that will transform the region, educating the population on the technologies and innovations of the new world. His goal is to render Latin American society a competitive one, utilizing technology as a key tool for confronting change.
Hand-in-hand with Aracena and the rest of the Oja.la team, we’ve created in PulsoInstitute, a set of step-by-step classes for individuals who want to do incredible things. The online courses have been designed for PulsoSocial readers to “be an active part of what’s going on, not just spectators,” Aracena explained.
Camila Carreño: What are your hopes for the alliance?
Hernán Aracena: Projects. It’s important to understand that the startups you read about are built by people who aren’t any more special than you. When you understand that and realize that you can improve and change whatever you want, that’s where PulsoIstitute and Oja.la are to help you.
CC: What are the benefits?
HA: We believe that we can help people achieve what they already want to do. We’ve realized that many readers, upon finishing a PulsoSocial article, want to act. If he can do it, so can I. We are just a support at the start of that idea. We want to foster the habit of dedicating time and dedication to what you really want to do.
CC: What will you offer potential entrepreneurs?
HA: Support from day one. Development of projects like Pinterest and Snapchat, which are valued at over three billion dollars. Step-by-step videos and a training plan to visualize how you go about achieving your objectives each day and at your own pace.
So there you have it. Register now at PulsoInstitute to make sure you’re among the first to receive updates on this new and exciting opportunity.
This text has been adapted and translated by Emily Stewart from its original Spanish publication.