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Remy Arteaga

Latino Business Action Network (LBAN)
Executive Director

Mr. Arteaga is a seasoned professional, who loves to “get things done” and achieve maximum impact. Remy is currently a dedicated, executive director of the Latino Business Action Network (LBAN). LBAN is a world-class entrepreneurship non-profit firm that collaborates with Stanford University on Latino entrepreneurship research and executive education programs for Latino business owners. He is also a thought leader, who co-authored the John Wiley & Sons innovation and entrepreneurship book titled “Pivot - How Top Entrepreneurs Adapt and Change Course to Find Ultimate Success.”


Previously Remy served as Director for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business. Remy also has a rich history in entrepreneurship with more than 20 years’ experience in commercializing technologies. Most of his career has focused on the early stage startup process -- where he founded and managed more than five startups.


As an entrepreneur, Remy raised millions of dollars in seed funding from angel investors, developed and negotiated investment agreements, built and managed startup teams, defined and negotiated licensing deals, and negotiated the multi-million dollar acquisition of his second startup.


In his most recent startup experience, Remy helped launch a university generated software technology startup where he served as CEO for five years, before resigning to join Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) as Adjunct Professor, Program Director for the Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship, and Entrepreneur in Residence.


Remy credits the early in his career at General Motors, where he helped create an internal new product development and innovation think tank, with giving him the tools to launch his first startup.


Remy received a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester and an MBA from RPI.