Season 2 Episode 4 - My guest is Manuel Sanchez, the CEO, and founder of Enloya, he is also a very good friend. Although we have known each other for many years, I tried to explore some new ground during our conversation. There are certainly many parallels between his professional life and mine, so hopefully, this turned out to be insightful and interesting.
Manuel talks about how he got interested in International Public Law, and specifically Economic Law, pretty early on and how this brought him to Geneva. He also shares his experience working for the Mexican Government, mainly in Anti-Dumping proceedings. After his LL.M. at Georgetown, he made his way back to Geneva, where he worked at the WTO, and also happened to be the point in time where I met him. After this, if it wasn’t interesting yet, he got bit by the start-up bug and he is currently trying to balance it out with his Ph.D. studies.
I hope you enjoy it.
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