Uruguay is ready to be a leader in the tech and digital industry and not just an opportunity for it. It is time for the world to embrace Uruguay as a greater resource for testing and innovation. By utilizing the inherent passion of Latin America and their will to dream, Uruguay can serve as a bridge connecting talented people from Latin and South America to the rest of the world to create work and products that push digital boundaries. Then perhaps Uruguay will not just become the Americas’ Sweden - but perhaps something beyond.
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If innovation means breaking paradigms and trying to make something unique, tech trailblazers have a duty to seek out new creative pathways like Uruguay, which could become a vital part of that path to innovation.
What's your favourite part of your job? What's the hardest part of your job? What do you do when you get stuck?
"The best part of my job is knowing that it all depends on us, that we are masters of our destiny and don’t rely on anyone. The reason behind this is that we’re talented people who want to resolve problems, any kind of problem; marketing; communications; logistics; business, etc. The world, people and companies are filled with problems, getting to solve them provides us with tremendous satisfaction.
The hardest part are the timelines. When you know up to where you’re able to work on an idea and where you must stop to reach the times requested by the client. But managing it is part of the company’s growth and when you do in the end it’s rewarding.
It’s been 15 years since I sleep peacefully, I’ve never had any trouble sleeping. One must always trust in talent, if you’re stuck at something it’s something transient and the solution will eventually appear. The best thing is to relax, get your head out of the problem and get back to it later."
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