Silvana López: new General Manager at ClarkeModet Peru
ClarkeModet has appointed Silvana López as its new General Manager in Peru. López is a renowned Intellectual Property attorney and an expert in Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence technologies. She is also a graduate of MIT, one of the most influential technological communities worldwide.
With her appointment, ClarkeModet has reinforced its support behind the application of ground-breaking technologies in its services. The company set out on this path in 2019 with the launch of the first Blockchain solution on the market intended for protecting Trade Secrets and copyrights, among other intangible assets.
The new CEO of ClarkeModet Peru has confirmed that here primary goal is “to support industries and entities in order to recover from the current situation and grow through their intangible assets. We will do this by supporting growth and leadership in the country’s field of innovation and technology, using all the resources that ClarkeModet has to offer as a diverse company and as a result of our track record".
López adds that “the global pandemic has brought the future to us sooner than was anticipated and adapting to the new reality through science and technology has become the best way to assure continuity of our society.”
According to the 2020 Global Innovation Index, Peru ranks ninth in innovation among Latin American countries. “The nation is investing heavily in innovation from both the public and private sectors. So we now have this tremendous opportunity for organizations to strengthen the strategic management of the intellectual property they create. However, to do so it is necessary to know how to identify and appropriately manage these assets and recognize that they are an essential part of any business strategy,” she assures.
Silvana López holds a law degree from the University of Los Andes and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She has over 15 years of experience in innovation, many of which have been spent working in the Intellectual Property field. She was also co-founder of a number of digital platforms based on Blockchain, AI, and augmented reality.