Conception and ideation of the project “Pentagon Wave” focused in mental health, conflict resolution and entrepreneurship with alternative technologies, methodologies and Scientific-Motivation.


Desk research looking for alternatives in Mental Health, Conflict Resolution and entrepreneurship in Europe, Latin America, USA.


Field research that took us to Latin America (Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador) and to conflict areas in Europe focused in problematics of Spain, France, United Kingdom, Holland, Italy with immigration, integration, depression, economic recession.


Initial stage to develop innovative workshops to be applied in scientific institutes, mental health care centers, with families, at international schools or indigenous communities the elderly that go to care centers and private companies.


Continuous improvement of the different workshops took us to the development of the Technology Without Cables and that we named “ENQUIRY” that had impressive positive effects as well as fulfilled the puzzle for the global strategy to take solutions around the world, starting in Europe and then going across Latin America.


The timing could have not been better, Colombia, one of the most dangerous countries in the world was closing a deal a peace agreement with the oldest guerrilla, the FARC-EP. It was our best location to deliver the benefits of ENQUIRY – the Mission Colombia started November 2016. The targets were FARC guerrilla members, Education centres, Government, NGO’s and Communities.


The second phase of the ENQUIRY MISSION IN COLOMBIA continues, reaching now over 4000 people in different sectors: the Colombian army, guerrilla FARC-EP fighters, schools, colleges, universities, government institutions, private companies.


Third phase of the ENQUIRY MISSION IN COLOMBIA reaching over 7000 people with the different workshops, inclusive experiences, scientific-motivation and entrepreneurship. The goal is to reach a total of 25.000 people this year.

“People will forget what you said, what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

Maya Angelou, American philosopher.