– What time do you get up and what is the first thing you do?

Usually at 6:15 am I hug my wife and then we do a short meditation together.

– What book are you reading?

Magic Words, by Jonah Berger.

– What object cannot be missing in your life?

A clock.

– What is the last movie you have seen?

The 2023 Oscar winner: Everything Everywhere All at Once.

– What applications can’t be missing on your cell phone?

Mainly sports ones: NFL, NBA, MLB, Star+, Marca, As.

“(Peruvians) still don’t believe what a great country they are and the talent they have.”

– Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Apple, Disney?

A little bit of all, but sports applications always win.

– Your dream car?

A 1967 Mustang Shelby GT500.

– Favorite vacation destination?

Almost always some beach in Venezuela, where I was born, or in the Caribbean. But I also take the opportunity to get to know new cities in the world.

– What sport do you practice?

Running, HIIT in the gym, tennis.

– Favorite cocktail or drink?

An Old Fashioned with Johnnie Walker Black Label: 45 ml. Johnnie Walker Black Label, 5 ml. syrup or simple syrup; 2 dashes of Angostura bitters. You serve everything in a short glass with ice (large) and mix. Then place a garnish with orange peel inside and toast.

– A place you would like to be to relax and work at the same time?

A house in the mountains or in the snow.

– Describe yourself in 3 words

Cheerful, resilient, empathetic.

– Do you have any hidden talents?

I don’t think I’m a talent, but I am a FIVB certified volleyball referee.

– A phrase that defines it

‘Let’s freaking go!’

– What company is an inspiration for you?

In addition to Diageo, Nike.

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-Which representative from your field would you like to have dinner with?

Mark Kent, Chief Executive of the Scotch Whiskey Association.

-Who is the boss that marked you the most?

They have all left great learnings. But I think the one that marked me the most was the one that taught me how I didn’t want to be in the future.

– Who gave you the best advice and what was it?

My parents, who always aspire and want the best and the biggest, but without ceasing to remember where I come from and why I do it.

– A business decision that you would change?

I wouldn’t change them, but I would have liked to do some transformations faster than the time they took me.

– What key question would you ask to hire someone?

What are the biggest failures and regrets you have had on a personal and professional level, and what did you become after that.

– What is your greatest pride?

My family and the professional and human growth of the different work teams that I have crossed paths with.

– What is the big issue that is not talked about in the media?

Inspiring and positive stories of innovation, changes and entrepreneurship that will define the success of new generations in Peru.

– What is the main virtue of Peruvians?

I consider empathy, kindness, and solidarity.

-And its main defect?

They still don’t believe what a great country they have or the talent they have to make it even bigger. I always tell them: “you have to believe it more!” .

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