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Lustig is a serial entrepreneur doing everything he can to stay out of the cubicle. While studying at the University of Wisconsin he cofounded two companies that were later acquired, including one by a publicly traded company. He's been featured in featured in the NY Times, The Economist, The Washington Post, The Financial Times, Forbes, BBC and hundreds of others for his work in multiple industries, including entrepreneurship, doing business in Chile and more. He moved to Chile in 2010 as part of the Startup Chile pilot round and has lived there ever since. In 2012, he wrote Startup Chile 101, a guide book about doing business in Chile. He was also selected to give a speech in Spanish to Chile’s president when he graduated from Startup Chile. He's the founder of Capital Entrepreneurs and the Forward Technology Festival, two of the Midwest's most important entrepreneurial organizations and is a founding member of The Young Entrepreneur Council. He is currently teaching entrepreneurship at three Chilean universities as the cofounder of Real Starters and operates multiple businesses in Chile. You can read his blog, Staying out of the Cubicle, follow him on Twitter @nathanlustig or send him a note through his website http://www.nathanlustig.com
I found this to be a solid and functional primer for North Americans considering a move to Chile (or, even, for someone simply curious about the country and its intricacies, like... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aaron
It all started with a dream trip to South America. Then a few clicks on amazon.com while I looked for road maps and travel info. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Daniel Jordan
The limited information in this book is largely published on the web. I do recommend purchase you will discover more about chile from the locals.Published 19 months ago by Richard J Suttill
It was not as informative as I thought it would be and it recommended many links which would have been easier to access if I did not buy the hard copy.Published 20 months ago by Maureen
Easy to read and very informative. One of the very few texts on Chile. I would highly recommend this book for anyone interested in Chile for any reason.Published 20 months ago by LC
excellent guide book-great source for planning a visit or stay in Chile-I am using it for my upcoming trip to Chile.Published 21 months ago by Howard Lustig
Its really a guide to santiago, not the whole country. the guy even refers to santiago as a great country. Read morePublished 21 months ago by fourdegreesc