The conversation of private input in the public infrastructure growth has been a subject of discussion around the world. In South America however, Felipe Montoro Jens has been a conversation starter on why the governments should accommodate PPP (public-private partnerships). His professional proposal into fostering a better working between governments and the public sector has started to bear fruits. This is evident in the latest adoption of his PPP idea in infrastructure.
The Mendoza special meeting on March was significant in achieving a continent with enough infrastructure for economic stimulus. With Argentina’s government input through the minister for finance and a special sitting by the IDP, a conversation on the impact and extent of private input on the Latin America infrastructure growth was huge. According to both sides, infrastructure growth is the stimulus of (the fourth generation) the industrial revolution. Read more about Montoro Jens at baptista.com
These talks acknowledged the Brazilian case study on the possibility of this partnership. According to this special meeting, Brazil gives the best example to every country in Latin America. With a clear guideline and the clear roadmap by the infrastructure specialist, the PPP success is not a farfetched dream. According to this meeting, however, different stakeholders acknowledged that different countries are different and the PPP in all these Latin countries need a unique approach.
The clear PPP model (in infrastructure in Latin America) by Felipe Montoro Jens is a reflection of his ambitious dream of prosperous continent. As an expert, he is a strong believer in self-improvement, both personal and communal. Having the right exposure as an entrepreneur according to him is unmatched. Simple life rules such as having focus, determined and strong-willed have over the years made the world icon we know today.
With academic exposure from Brazil and the USA, it is without a doubt that he is a phenomenal entrepreneur and a notable financial expert of our age.