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Case studies by Harvard and the World Economic Forum
Harvard Business School published a case study about Globant. The case was produced by Mukti Khaire, Gustavo Herrero and Cintra Scott from Harvard Business School, and describes some of the challenges the Company faces in its path of growth and expansion. The study was presented in a classroom with more than 150 students from the second year of the MBA, and was also attended by Globant’s four founders: Martín Migoya, CEO; Martín Umaran, COO; Guibert Englebienne, CTO; and Néstor Nocetti, VP Innovation Labs.
Globant was also chosen as a case study in the report Global Entrepreneurship and Successful Growth Strategies of Early-Stage Companies, written by the World Economic Forum together with Stanford University and Endeavor Global. This report supports the idea that, the bulk of wealth and job creation driven by start-ups is concentrated in a much smaller percentage of companies than expected. It continues by explaining that Governments seeking to promote growth through entrepreneurship need to learn what makes their local top 1% of companies successful. The study highlights the story of Globant –together with others like eBay, Skype and Microsoft, as an example of high impact companies, outlining its growth strategy.