Pablo Marín, Alumni
2012 MBA, Sloan School of Management
“Latin America has enormous potential; I strongly believe that through businesses that promote the development of technology, this region will achieve a stronger, more competitive and sustainable economic growth.”
Pablo’s project aims to more efficiently cater to the desires of tourists in Mexico and Latin America by developing and commercializing software that automates the processing and generation of photos and photomontages, and makes them available for purchase on-site or online. Once applied within a replicable business model, these services can be adopted and utilized within Latin America’s rich network of tourist destinations.
Pablo was born in Mexico City, grew up in Queretaro, and later studied Industrial and Systems Engineering together with Finance at the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey. His fascination with business and the tourism industry led him to become involved in multiple entrepreneurial activities starting at a very young age, and he later used his experiences to provide photography services for a local hot air balloon company, which evolved into his company Foto Life. He has been part of the Board of Directors of the eco-tourism company Alltournative since 2008, and is currently pursuing his MBA at the MIT Sloan School of Management.