Federico Seineldin is co-founder of Njambre. From there, he promoted the emergence and scale of impact companies in Latin America, using innovation in the resignification of agreements and technology, as tools and models for the systemic change of planetary dilemmas.
He is co-founder of Arbusta and he developed as CEO until January 2018. Nowadays is part of Arbusta board. Arbusta is a pioneering company in the provision of technological services for working in an integrated way with the development of millennial talent through the “learning by doing” method.
Among its past ventures stood out Openware (IT company acquired in 2008 by Globant, this was the first time that two Endeavor entrepreneurs made a buyout deal) Working in Globant he was in charge of the Sustainability Infostructuture Studio until end of 2011.
He was one of the first promoters of the SME movement of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability within Argentina, founding MoveRSE and co-creating the national CSR movement (RARSE). He also participated in the creation of the Hacker High School and Facultad Libre projects in Argentina.
Thanks to his work, he has been recognized as a leader and global entrepreneur by Endeavor Foundation (2001), Avina Foundation (2003), Inicia, Junior Achivement and JCI among other organizations. In 2015, together with his Njambre partners, he received the “Argentine creative” award granted by the Council of Argentine Creatives.
He is currently a member of the Human Camp Board of Directors, member of the Globant Sustainability Council, mentor at the innovation labs of the Ibero-American General Secretariat.