|Mónica de Zelaya, Rossana de Grazioso, Carla de Hess and Ernesto Güller|
During his visit to the Francisco Marroquín University, Ernesto Güller held a series of meetings with students that participate in active entrepreneurial groups.
In meetings organized by the UFM’s Excellence Center, Güller met with the Students In Free Enterprise team. SIFE is a non profit organization active in more than 40 countries. It was founded and financed by corporations, businessmen and individuals. It establishes student teams in different universities who compete annually based on the SIFE’s pillars: financial skills, entrepreneurship, business ethics and market economics. The SIFE-UFM team has been very successful.
He also gathered with graduates of the Entrepreneurial Spirit Seminar in which he participated, explained Carla de Hess, director of the Excellence Center.
Güller also participated in a conference with alumniof the workshop Mi Business; with members of the International Association of Economic and Commercial Sciences (AIESEC), and gave several lectures.
Güller is an Industrial Engineer by the Buenos Aires University. He took part in multiple courses related with small business problems, like the Curso Superior Universitario para Pymes at the General San Martín National University. Professionally, he developed, runned, participated, managed and consulted a large amount of micro entrepreneurs in commercial, services and industrial areas.
He is a generalist inclined to financial skills and comprised with the development and education of entrepreneurs. Among other activities, he currently prepares and dictates courses related with personal economics and financial education. He is a senior volunteer and assessor of the Junior Achievement Foundation in Argentina.
He gives lectures and short courses in national schools, at the Escuela Superior de Economía y Administración de Empresas (ESEADE), and is a guest professor at the Francisco Marroquín University in Guatemala.