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Theme: Confidence

This event occurred on
December 6, 2018
Naguanagua, Carabobo

This year we choose Confidence as our main event theme, since it's one of the basics of human interaction. All human relations are based in the confidence between the individuals. But isn't only present in that form, and it's because our economic systems are based in the Confidence that we as society has in it, as we do in all kinds of institutions all around us. In our community, with the economic and social crisis that we are merged into, we are experiencing a lack of confidence between our pairs, something that limited our development in a certain way.

Hesperia WTC Valencia
Naguanagua, Carabobo, 2005
Event type:
University Standard (What is this?)
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Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.

Aniello Merola

Aniello Merola is the chef of NOLA, one of the best and renowned restaurants in Caracas (Venezuela). He has the idea that we can all cook, and that in the power of simplicity lies our ability to do so.

Arianna Arteaga

Tourism Blogger
Arianna Arteaga is a journalist, photographer and traveler by vocation. She is dedicated to touring Venezuela to tell and portray the incredible places she visits and discovers.

Manuel Rodrigo

Urban spaces planificator
Manuel Rodrigo is the co-founder of Valencia La Nuestra, a foundation dedicated to the promotion and improvement of ideas for sustainable urban development in Valencia (Carabobo)

Rafael Paredes

Catholic Priest
Rafael Paredes is the founder of Formando Heroes, a program that seeks to develop the talent of young people and turn them into real heroes for their communities.

Ramzi Souki

CEO Futuros Vinotinto
Ramzi Souki is a social communicator, photographer and, in addition, he is the founder and director of Futuros Vinotinto, an organization that promotes culture and sports in Venezuela since 2006.

Sergio Liberati

Mechanical Engineering Student
Sergio Liberati partially lost his hand at 10 years of age. Motivated by the lack of offer of prostheses for hands, he decided to study mechanical engineering to design his own. Today, he raises it as a project to satisfy a market whose inattention affected him directly.

Willy Mckey

Willy Mckey is graduated from the UCV. He is an editor of Prodavinci, one of the most important opinion sites in Venezuela. He is also a recognized poet, articulist and a creator of several theater plays. An amazing writer.

Organizing team


Valencia, Venezuela
  • Amanda Ojeda
  • Ana Carolina Jimenez
  • Ernesto Abbass
    Team member
  • Giuseppe Román
  • Gustavo Rodriguez
  • José Ortiz
  • Mariana Gonzalez