Meet the Quantic MBA Class of 2022: Martín Andrés Bayona Barbosa


“A tech enthusiast who enjoys inspiring people to progress. “

City State Country: Panama City, Panama (Real)

Fun fact about yourself: I love to improvise cooking recipes!

Undergraduate and major school: Professional in Marketing and International Trade

Current employer and job title: Director and Founder, Orisaria / VD Strategy and Marketing Partner, Samsung Electronics

Why did you choose an online format like Quantic? The flexible schedule and the ability to learn and connect from anywhere allows me to be more efficient with work, study and lifestyle.

Apart from your classmates, what was the key element of Quantic’s MBA program that led you to choose this business school, and why was it so important to you? Personally, I believe that effective learning requires two main principles: the use of clear and compelling topics and real world applications. Quantic offers both, delivering short, tangible lessons, topics that can be used almost immediately, and holistic professional value.

Give us an example of a lesson you learned during your Quantic MBA and how did you apply it to work? One of the main lessons is always to think big and watch the macro. In life. There are thousands of people, all over the world in multiple markets, trying to achieve their dreams. Organize yourself and ask: how can I help them? And you will be paid for it.

Quantic is very competitive and only around 10% of students who apply to the MBA program are admitted. What advice would you give to someone who intends to apply to Quantic to increase their chances of being accepted? Integrate innovation and ambition into your DNA. They’re looking for international talent with the potential to make a global impact, and it’s your job to let Quantic know that’s what you bring to the table.

What achievement are you most proud of as an MBA student? I received my scholarship in the Quantic program. It was the first signal, “Keep going, you’re fine. ”

What achievement are you most proud of in your professional career? Obtain an international opportunity to collaborate with one of the most recognized and innovative companies in the world, bringing superior products and services and contributing to a better society.

What is your ultimate long-term professional goal and how has your MBA studies helped you progress in this field? Innovation must be democratized, and this is the way to bring competitiveness and progress to all regions of the world. The high barrier to entry into the science and innovation industries is the first step in achieving global financial equity and I hope to contribute to this cause.


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