Director and lead researcher at GVcepe Private Equity and Venture Capital Research Center, São Paulo, Brazil; Adjunct professor of entrepreneurship, IE Business School
IE Business School
Newton is an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at FGV EAESP and IE Business School in Madrid, Spain. He is a member of the Advisory Board of ABStartups – Brazilian Startup Association, team leader of the Guinea-Bissau Entrepreneurship Program for the World Bank and founder and executive director of Sóliph Entrepreneurship and Educational Services Ltd., a company that supports the emergence of the EdTech Industry in Brazil.
Professor Campos has participated in the development of several businesses in Latin America, accumulating over 20 years of experience in new businesses in education and technology in the region. In 2015, he published a book, titled The Myth of the Idea.
He holds a doctorate in Business Administration from FGV EAESP, an MBA from IE Business School and IIM-Cal Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, a bachelor’s degree in accounting from PUC-SP and a technician degree in information technology from ORT.
His specialties include business development, strategic leadership, entrepreneurship, blended education, distance education, educational technology, emerging markets, emerging economies, Brazil, teaching, conferencing, innovation development, frugal innovation, private equity, venture capital, angel investment, search fund, acceleration and incubation.