There are many government officials serving the public that may not be up for the task. They don’t have the political power to lead and to make the tough decisions. They don’t have the courage to change what is necessary, important or what should be removed from the society for the development to happen. Fortunately, there are still people like Felipe Montoro Jens who now serves both the public and private sector, and make sure that the country he’s in gets all the potentials for growth it can get.
One of the most relevant highlights in Felipe Montoro Jens’ career happened last 24 March 2018 when he was part of a Special Meeting of Governers from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The event took place in the Argentina, most specifically the city of Mendoza, and it is an event that has been the great catalyst for all relevant changes that Latin America needs today. View Ideamensch.com
Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens is a firm believer of the power of the IDB. He believes that it’s a fantastic network of solutions, people and influential leaders that could be tapped for better funding that can help Latin America rise higher. With the project risk management expertise from IDB and the efficient solutions for private investments that are facilitated by the firm, Mr. Jens is optimistic of how far Latin America can go.
In an article from Info Money, Jens reports that if there’s a convergence of infrastructure set forth by IDB and there’s increase media relations among the countries, investments will grow higher and more people will have to get more opportunities to grow their assets. The connections that IDB brings can also bring forth stronger social demands in the society. This then brings more positive progress in Latin America, generating more policies that encourage gender equality and conservation of environment, among others. Read more: http://www.felipemontorojens.com.br/