Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Aug 14, 2019
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According to IADB website, the Disruptores Medellín project proposes to identify local young people with exceptional characteristics for creative entrepreneurship, and linking them to a platform of opportunities that allows them to enhance their skills, vocation and affinity in order to generate an extraordinary local capacity to lead high impact enterprises within the creative industries. The aim of the project is to identify, prepare and empower young talent with a creative and disruptive profile to be leaders in the innovation processes that allow closing the gaps of social and economic exclusion in the city.
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