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The IoT (Internet of Things) revolution

Join us for this Master Class with IE alumni and representatives.

AIMED AT Master Degrees
EVENT TYPE Conferences & Master classes
EVENT FORMAT Local events
DATE 14th January 2020
TIME 19:00 - 21:00 (GMT +00:00)
The IoT (Internet of Things) revolution

The number of internet connected devices is expected to grow from around 20 billion today to more than 50 billion in 2030. This extraordinary growth, facilitated by new technologies, diminishing costs, increased connectivity and globalisation, will have a tremendous impact on our economy, business and daily lives, allowing for the development of pivotal changes, such as the autonomous vehicle, the smart cities or radically new industrial processes. 


Pablo Soler Bach is currently active as a consultant and advisor to corporations and start-ups, and as a Business Angel, investing in projects in different fields, such as fintech, e-travel, legaltech, real estate tech, gamification or media. He is a Mentor in Fintech in the European accelerator Startup Bootcamp, as well as in the Accelerator Finnovista, centered mainly in Spain and LatAm. 

 He started an international career in large corporations, based in several European countries and participated in a number of assignments both for General Electric and The Boston Consulting Group. The projects involved Corporate Finance deals, financing, valuations and internal audit, giving him a wide exposure to strategy and finance in an international corporate environment.  After that period, Pablo started his life as an entrepreneur and investor, joining, co-funding and investing in several projects in different sectors, including lending and payments. 


Our speakers

Profesor Adjunto, Business Angel y Consultor

Pablo Soler, Professor of Finance at IE Business School, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Università di Trento.

Consultant in cooperation and mentor for startups, with experience in international business.

Advocate for social impact investing, stakeholder capitalism, and UBI (Universal Basic Income).