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Who is Newton M. Campos in two minutes?

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Professor Newton M. Campos, PhD is an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain and at Fundação Getulio Vargas in São Paulo, Brazil. Campos is also academic and executive vice-director of the Private Equity and Venture Capital Research Center at FGV-SP and a contributor to different publications worldwide.

With more than 20 years of experience in Business Development for technology and educational services, Professor Campos has built a firm reputation in both industries at a global level, leading a solid list of successful achievements both with his own business initiatives and with respected companies and academic institutions worldwide.

Having lived on 4 different continents and visited more than 50 countries for professional and academic purposes, Professor Campos has chosen to focus his academic career around the topic of Entrepreneurship. He places an emphasis on the role of obstacles and social networks for entrepreneurial ventures in emerging and underdeveloped economies.

As an Accountant from PUC (São Paulo, 1999), Professor Campos gained an MBA from IE Business School (Madrid) and IIM Indian Institute of Management (Calcutta) in 2001 and a PhD in Business Administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas (São Paulo) in 2010. He is married to Livia, father of Bernardo and divides his time between Latin America and Europe.

Languages that can be used when contacting Prof. Newton M. Campos:
English, Portuguese (including Galician), Spanish (including Catalan), French (including Occitan) and Italian.

How to follow Newton:
Twitter (Entrepreneurship): @phdnew
Twitter (Education): @neweduca
Facebook (Prof. Newton M. Campos’ news): https://www.facebook.com/newton.campos.phd
Blog (Education in the 21st century – O Estado de S. Paulo, in Portuguese): http://educacao.estadao.com.br/blogs/a-educacao-no-seculo-21/

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