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Hugo Tadeu

Hugo Ferreira Braga Tadeu
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Hugo Tadeu

Hugo Ferreira Braga Tadeu
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Innovation / Entrepreneurship
Hugo Tadeu is researcher, professor, intra entrepreneur and member of consultative boards.
At Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC), Professor Hugo Tadeu is the Head of the Center for Reference in National Innovation, Forecasting Platform and the open enrollment program in digital transformation, in partnership with IBM and Deloitte. Besides that, he is a member of the technical committee of the Professional Master Program in Business Administration, Executive Master Program, Research and Development and FDC Angels. Hugo participated in the implementation and development of Treelab, an artificial intelligence laboratory at FDC, in partnership with IBM and MRV. Hugo participated in several projects in medium and large organizations, such CBMM, Arcelor Mittal, IBM, Petrobras, Ypê, Embraer, ABDI, Siemens, COP-BH, COP-RJ, Braskem, Dow, SAAB, Pottencial Seguradora, Subsea-7, Mercedes Benz, AGCO, among others. He is a member of the consultative board of Deloitte, Zelo, LGN and Assobrav, member of the innovation committee of IBP and ABVCAP, and a specialist member of the World Economic Forum and ISO. He also holds the position of Ambassador of the American School of Belo Horizonte, and mentor of startup acceleration programs at Raja Valley, Inova Simples and Startup Brasil. Moreover, he is visiting professor at Curtin University, Australia, former professor at PUC Minas, Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Fundação João Pinheiro and UNA, and former visiting professor at the University of British Columbia, ESCP and Insper. As a highlight in his career, Hugo Tadeu was awarded with important prizes such as Best Logistics and Foreign Trade Book Award, at Book Biannual Exhibition, and Merit Award Medal - Federal Administration Counsel. Author of books, papers and academic articles, as well as opinion articles published in Brazilian newspapers and magazines. He holds a post-doctorate degree from the University of British Columbia, Canada.

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