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UAC School of Global Management, strategic allied of the Universidad Autónoma del Caribe in Barranquilla, Colombia, inaugurates this June 9th its new campus in Doral, south of Florida.

Doral is located in the center of the Miami Dade County and is very near to the Broward country, a kilometer and a half form the Miami International Airport (number one in the international transport of products.)

The city is considered by BusinessWeek as the best city in Florida for the creation of business, and according to Forbes is the second best city of the United States to live in. Today it has the presence of 3,000 companies, mostly logistics, import and export of goods.

Thanks to the alliance between both institutions, the Universidad Autónoma del Caribe can offer double degree to the students in Barranquilla of the programs of: Business Administration, Business and Finance, and Industrial Engineering, and to their related programs.

To the inauguration ceremony will assist the United States congressmen Mario Díaz Balart and Carlos Curbelo; the Mayors Carlos Giménez and Luigi Boria; Donald Byrd, representative of the United States Southern Command; a delegate from the senators office, Marco Rubio, the General Consul from Colombia in Miami, Marta Lucía Jaramillo Martínez, and Peru´s General Consul, Cesar Bustamante.

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Tuesday, 31 May 2016 10:05

Capstone Project: Hydrocton

On Saturday April 30, the class of 2016, of the Master or Arts in Management presented their Capstone Project. The project was an intensive, active, learning process that required significant effort in planning and implementation. It was a great achievement for the entire team. The project was the result of 4 semesters of continuous commitment and dedication to learning new management strategies and developing leadership strategies. It was a challenge due to the diversity of the students that converged together to produce one grand concept titled "Being a comprehensive professional".

Undoubtedly the initial challenge was finding a synergy among the various professions - dentists, lawyers, accountants and engineers, in the classroom. The combination of unique experiences amongst this group of professionals is evident in their Capstone Project.

The Capstone Project is the epitome of a host of information obtained during the course of attaining their Masters degrees. The prospect of learning was always present and they welcomed the challenge of the unknown. Selecting a product that was new to all of the students represented a double challenge "to apply what they've learned and to understand the product," explained as follows:

We approached a small company with two owners and offered to create a business strategy that would encompass how to address the domestic market (US) and the international market (Colombia). We created an employee handbook for the company that listed all procedures to be followed for human resources, industrial safety, financial reports, statistics and marketing. During the last 4 months we focused on analyzing all aspects of the company in order to gain knowledge of and understand a product called Hydrocton. Maria Isabel Barboza, Class of 2016, Master of Arts in Management.

Hydrocton is a system of cells that produce hydrogen during the electrolysis of water, thereby separating molecules into two components - hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen gas enriches the air entering into the engine, making it more efficient by increasing the combustion and eliminating almost 100% of carbon emissions. This results in an increased engine efficiency by decreasing the fuel consumption, increasing engine power and eliminating harmful environmental gases. This system proved to be effective in all types of engines including gasoline, diesel, natural gas, and ethanol.

Their next objective was to analyze the market and focus on those sales strategies that would produce higher gains in the short, medium and long term. Their diligence and knowledge resulted in an overwhelming success as the finished product garnered wide acceptance and praise. The product generated much curiosity enabling to gain potential buyers both locally and internationally.

Group Casptone Project would like to thank Professor Lascelle Sweetland for his dedication and commitment during the development of the project, demonstrating repeatedly that he is a consummate professional. They also would like to thank the staff at UAC-Miami for their unconditional support.


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