Primary Role
CEO at Kueski
Location:
Guadalajara

Person Details

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Adalberto the CEO of Kueski, the fastest micro-lending service for Latin America. He is a seasoned executive with experience in the financial and software industries in both the USA and Latin America. Before Kueski, Adalberto started, grew and managed all operations of Ooyala Mexico, the largest International division of Ooyala, Inc. Adalberto opened two offices which grew to 29 employees in two different cities, encompassing software engineers, technical support, data science, sales, marketing, account management, HR, G&A, etc.

Prior to Ooyala, Adalberto was the Cofounder and CEO of Inviko, a business referral engine. At Inviko, he was in charge of the fundraising, general management, sales and marketing, public relations and talent acquisition. While at Inviko, the company received several national and international awards including 1st place at the Mexico Intel Entrepreneurship Challenge.

Adalberto has worked for, collaborated with and consulted on engineering, business, finance and strategy for 20+ companies & institutions in China, Brazil, the USA and Mexico. He can speak, read and write Chinese-Mandarin, Portuguese, English and Spanish. He has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and a minor in Systems Engineering from Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM).

Adalberto was awarded Mexico’s University Student of the Year for Finance by Ernst & Young and CNN-Expansion. He was also awarded the top prize in the E100 Mexico West Entrepreneurship Recognition (2012) and named the most outstanding Industrial & Systems Engineer alumni from Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM), Guadalajara, 2012. He was part of the initial founding team of SumaValley.mx, one of the largest entrepreneurial organizations in Mexico and has been a invited in several events including TEDx Zapopan.

Experience (2)

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    Kueski

    CEO
    Dec, 2012
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    Ooyala

    Director of Operations, Mexico
    2010 - Oct, 2012