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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship


The Legatum Center supports entrepreneurs all around the world through the fellowship, seed grant, Zambezi Prize and Open Mic programs.

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Michel Mosse

Mastercard Foundation 2018 - 2020
MBA, Sloan School of Management

Michel’s venture, Inlara, is an online marketplace for individuals and enterprises in Latin America to find the most convenient coaching experience to unlock their potential.

For individuals and enterprises, it’s a one stop shop platform for soft skills trainings with online assessment of soft skills gap and a streamlined matching process with blended learning experiences taught by professional coaches. For instructors, it’s a SaaS with focus on reputation management, lead generation & CRM and curated content.

Inlara’s target customers are individuals working either at Series A or pre-IPO tech companies or young professionals. Newly appointed managers need coaching along the way to become effective leaders. Scalable professional coaching on a one stop shop platform with certified coaches is the most effective and convenient method for founders of deploying soft skills on their organizations and unlock growth.

Michel’s inspiration for this venture comes from his previous venture. Before coming to Sloan, he built an online learning platform aimed at blue collar workers and underprivileged population in emerging markets: from a plumber looking forward to certifying his skills, to a single mother willing to learn something new to generate extra income. There, he learnt that soft skills are as important or even more than hard skills.

Michel is a former Consultant from Bain & Co and holds a BA in Economics from Torcuato di Tella University at Buenos Aires. In his spare time, he advises entrepreneurs and collaborates with Di Tella on its entrepreneurship curricula. He is currently pursuing an MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management.