Pablo Bereciartua is Argentina's Secretary of State for Infrastructure and Water and is Founder and CEO of Bereco SA & Bereco Labs, Inc., a company focused on innovation, technology, and management. He is also the founder of other technology based companies such as B3 and Agro Appgrade SA.
In the public sector, he has served as the director of infrastructure for the city of Buenos Aires, where he faced both enormous challenges and opportunities to apply new technologies to city and regional infrastructure. Pablo is a professor at the University of Buenos Aires and former dean at the Buenos Aires Institute of Technology, where he focused on teaching and researching the link between technology, infrastructure and social and economic impact. Pablo also serves as vice president of the Argentinean Social Forum, and has shared his ideas on innovation, education, technology, the future of mobility and cities across media platforms in Argentina.
Argentina’s National Water Plan has been in place for four years now, connecting policy on water supply and sanitation, climate change, expanding the agricultural frontier, and major infrastructure. “All of these four key aspects relate to water as a central issue for our sustainable economic development,” says Eng. Pablo Bereciartua, the country’s Secretary of Infrastructure and Water Policy.