Arturo Condo Tamayo
He was born in 1967. Arturo holds a Doctorate in business strategy and competitiveness from Harvard Business School.
He is the President of Universidad EARTH, a Costa Rican institution that educates leaders on sustainability in rural areas. He was President of INCAE Business School and Director of the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development. He has been a professor in strategy, competitiveness, and sustainable development.
He is a consultant in strategic planning and competitive, corporate, and internationalization strategies for Latin American and Asian companies and organizations. He has also been an advisor to multilateral organizations like the IDB and the World Bank. In 2014, he launched Keyword Centroamérica, a strategic information company he chairs.
He is a founding member of the Central American Private Sector Initiative (CAPSI), a group of regional leaders focused on improving the quality of life of Central Americans through regional actions and of the Global Shapers community in San Jose, Costa Rica, which is part of the World Economic Forum.
He has been recognized by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as a Young Global Leader (YGL). He is a founding board member of the Global Business Oath Project, a project that seeks to change the ethical behavior of business leaders.
Arturo Condo was also one of the founders and promoters of the Fintech Association of Central America and the Caribbean in 2016 and a board member of Impesa (2015-2017), a fin-tech with a star product, Monibyte.