Camelia is different

We are celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week by sharing a series of Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) alumni profiles. To kick-start this initiative we are profiling MBET alumus Camelia Nunez and her successful startup, Milao Language. Milao was a student-lead Commercialization Practicum during the 2012-2013 MBET year.

About Camelia

camelia nunezCamelia Nunez, MBET ‘13, pursued her masters and doctoral studies in the field of Hispanic Linguistics before taking the MBET at the University of Waterloo. She took a year off from her PhD studies to study business at Conrad where she could develop the necessary skills to pursue the digital linguistic technology business that she was creating on the side during her academic studies, Milao Language.

"I create ideas and solve research problems. Most importantly, I enjoy turning research ideas into business innovation opportunities with societal and economic benefits.”

About Milao Language:

milao language logoMilao Language is a virtual environment that offers foreign language learners a unique opportunity to improve their communicative skills in their target language by engaging in text-based conversations that closely mimic real life situations. http://www.milaolanguage.com/

Impact of MBET

Success to date

Since classes ended at Conrad in July 2013, Milao has seen some amazing progress:

Stay-tuned for a new Conrad success story every day this week! 

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