Created in 1999, it's the is the leading global community of innovators, pioneers and social changemakers curated by MIT Technology Review.
Each year the magazine from the prestigious Massachusetts Institut of Technology (MIT) discovers new generations of Innovators Under 35, the young leaders developing new technologies to solve the major global challenges of today in remarkably different ways and impacting the lives of millions of people around the globe.
We aim at connecting remarkable minds and projects in an effort to escalate the impact of their achievements. In Latin America, more than one hundred Innovators from Argentina, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay already form part of this global community.
Meet our Latin American Innovators
Alexander Torrenegra, Innovator Under 35 Colombia 2013:
Innovation consists of connecting two points that no one had connected before
Hugo Nájera, Chief Innovation Officer at BBVA:
Innovators under 35 is an acknowledgement that promotes and inspires, and the recognition of these young entrepreneurs who are spearheading change will help us build a better future
Pedro Moneo, director of the Spanish edition of MIT Technology Review & CEO of Opinno:
We are establishing the largest innovator community that will lead the next generation of technological advances and will form part of our future
Gueraldine Gueron, Innovator Under 35 Argentina & Uruguay 2013:
If you have a passion for something, it is worth pursuing it
Daniel Cuartas, Innovator Under 35 Colombia 2013:
The award helps propel projects that are a model or launch pad for other generations