Santiago Bilinkis is an entrepreneur and technologist. As a businessperson, he was co-founder and CEO of Officenet, the largest office supplies dealer in Argentina and Brazil, acquired by Staples Inc. in 2004. A case called "Officenet: how to make entrepreneurship work in Argentina" was written by Harvard Business School and taught at over 25 universities. He also co-founded several other companies, including Wanako Studios, Restorando, and Trocafone. Santiago is now a Founding Partner at Quasar Builders, a tech company builder. He is very active in the non-profit sector as well, having served as a Board member to NGOs such as Endeavor, CIPPEC and Chequeado. He is the author of the blog Riesgo y Recompensa, one of the most popular on Technology and Entrepreneurship in Latin America. His first book “Pasaje al futuro” was launched by Penguin Random House in November 2014 and is already on its fourth edition. As a technologist, he was selected in 2010 to attend Singularity University in a NASA base in Silicon Valley, where he could learn from the most notable scientists and business leaders in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Biotech, Nanotech and Neuroscience.