Rodrigo Lama holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from the College of Business at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, with a specialization in entrepreneurship, as well as studies in Strategic Sales, strategic planning and project evaluation at the Business School of the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Chile.
He is a mentor for Netmentora, a subsidiary of Reseau Entreprende, the main entrepreneurial support network in Europe. In addition, he has had the experience of working as an executive, consultant and director for companies with expertise in the financial, retail and technology industries.
Today he is Chief Business Officer of Global66 where he is responsible for the design, implementation and marketing of Global66 products and services for the B2B segment globally.
Financial inclusion through cross-border digital payment services designed for Latin American companies.
In a context such as Latin America, where banking and digital barriers are high. This problem mainly affects unbanked or underbanked companies, so different fintechs have found a way to solve and democratize access to the financial world, offering more transparent, secure and economic alternatives.
During the session, Rodrigo Lama, CBO of Global66 will explain the Latin American situation and how fintechs like Global66 contribute to the financial inclusion of other Latin American and Hispanic companies, generating a positive impact in the regions where we operate.