N° 4. Entrepreneurship in the University systems. The Tecnológico de Monterrey
González González, Jorge
López Preciado, Carlos
Ever since it was founded, the Tecnológico de Monterrey (Monterrey Technological University) has been an institution widely known for its excellent university training and instilling an entrepreneurial culture in its students and professors. It has complemented this business vision with a firm intention to encourage the creation of sources of employment and wealth for the most vulnerable classes in Mexico through social incubators, whose aim has been to promote the transition from self-employment to the founding of micro-companies within the formal economy. The current document describes the critical processes and strategies implemented by the Tecnológico de Monterrey for the creation of an ecosystem aimed at entrepreneurship, ranging from educational processes to the physical instrastructure and programs for technological support geared to different publics: its students, the business community, the social sector and public and private bodies, revolving around the task of training entrepreneurs for the benefit of their community.
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