Guido Di Toto

Guido Di Toto

Born in Argentina, Guido Di Toto has graduated in Industrial Engineer at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and has an MBA at INSEAD Business School (France and Singapore). He began his professional career in the automotive industry - first at Ford, where he held different positions in Argentina and Brazil, from Product Engineer to launching new programs and cost reduction programs. Still in the automotive industry, he moved to Belgium, where he became responsible for the global strategy of Toyota in Europe. He joined Schneider Electric in 2005 where he has held different positions, including marketing, business development and strategy in France and Spain. In August 2010 he became the Country President of Schneider Electric for Peru and Bolivia.

COP-21: South America Needs to Seriously Commit!

COP-21, to takes place in Paris until December 11th 2015, has the main objective to achieve, for the first time, a universal and binding agreement to effectively fight against climate change and boost… Read more »

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Paris COP-21: The Time to Commit and Act has Come!

The COP-20, and its “Lima Call for Climate Action” joint declaration, left mixed feelings on me. On one hand, it kept the goal of limiting global warming to less than… Read more »

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Peru and its membership to the “2020 – Seven growth markets” club

A recent study published by the consulting firm A.T. Kearney, point out that the next wave of growth will come from what they call the “2020 – Seven growth markets”,… Read more »

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New Year, New Life – Providing Energy Access in Peru

This sweet expression really means something for 50 families who live in Angola (San Vicente de Cañete), two hours away from Lima, Peru. They’ve waited more than 20 years for… Read more »

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COP20: The Challenge to Detach Economic Growth from Energy Consumption

The need to accelerate global economic growth as a key source of job creation and improvement of living conditions is something that nobody disagrees upon. Proof of this is the… Read more »

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