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Tagged: Estefania Zarate Angarita
In This Episode We Discussed:
Why do people tell stories?
What is the hi-story and purpose behind storytelling?
What are the functions of storytelling?
What is the modern use of storytelling?
A few inspiring stories told by Cathy
And many more!
The cryptographic ledger technology blockchain is experiencing a quick escalation that is disrupting several industries and businesses around the world. More than 35 experts and 400 participants will gather next 20th of May in Copenhagen to discuss the impact of blockchain in pharma, shipping and logistics, government relations services, and finance.
n this episode of You’ve Got Five Options, the hostesses Anna, Marta and their guest Estefanía Zárate Angarita dig into the fascinating topic of journalism. From the grounding principles, through the reason why journalism became so de-constructive, all the way to the Constructive News model and Innovation Journalism trends.
Copenhagen FinTech Hosted An 8M Event To Discuss Gender Gap In Denmark And The Nordics… This Is How It Went
The panel was concise, well moderated and touched upon diversity of topics, considering the time available. The discussion about whether or not there should be gender quotas or transparency reports was the protagonist, along with the debate on how unconscious gender bias affects a woman’s startup pitch.
“The Colombian Roundabout” is the journey of a European citizen, as an examination of the developing backpacking tourism industry that is opening up to this South American country.
While the main character, Jakob, experiences the diversity of backpacker hostels in four different regions of Colombia, widely visited by foreigners, also witnesses different sides of the tourism boom.
Juan Roberto Vargas, director of Noticias Caracol; Fidel Cano, director of El Espectador; Fredy Chaparro, director of UniMedios; Cristian Torres, chief editor of La F.M.
From the most watched newscast and the most ancient newspaper in Colombia, to a national radio newsprogram and the only national university-managed media outlet in the country, these influential journalists and opinion leaders share their view on the future of Constructive News in Colombia.