Entries by AIESEC Venezuela

5 razones por ser un emprendedor global

Desde hace algunos años atrás, términos como emprendedor o startup  se han popularizado en Latinoamérica, especialmente en Venezuela, donde la situación económica complicada se ha convertido en un catalizador de nuevas ideas. Así, el aumento de los proyectos de emprendimiento es obvio si se ve cantidad de negocios que nacen a diario en internet. Sin embargo, son […]

¿Fracasar para tener éxito?

Por alguna razón, que aún no entiendo, a muchos nos han enseñado que el fracaso es lo peor que nos pueda pasar y que es muy difícil sentar cabeza tras este, por lo cual debemos evitarlo a toda costa, y en caso de vivirlo, callarlo y no ir más allá de lo que buscábamos al […]

Karla Tapia

Venezuela is a country that offers you the best opportunities for growth, when you are looking for solutions to everyday problems you are developing skills that allow you to face any challenge in a creative way. An example of this is the case of Karla Tapia, a 20 years old girl from Peru, She is […]

A Mexican engineer meets AIESEC in Maracaibo

When looking for a place to go travel, the first thing we pay attention to is the news about the country we are going to visit, and in the particular case of Venezuela, our international image is not too inspiring. Even so, the impartiality and credibility of some international media is very questionable, and that’s […]

What is AIESEC’s real impact on society?

Generating a social impact through volunteering is one of the main goals pursued by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), through the creation of projects it is sought that a group of people, in a disinterested and non-profit way, help solve needs or solve problems within a community, the creation of these projects will be tied to the […]

How to ask for an arepa

We Venezuelans are ingenious people, who do not settle for  what they know of the world but we must give our own point of view, that’s why when visiting our country you will find expressions typical of our people, which sometimes does not necessarily mean literally what is being said; We also have a nickname […]