Sunday, 19 May 2024
WorldCarlos Bremer: promoter and benefactor of higher education

Carlos Bremer: promoter and benefactor of higher education

The Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL) recognizes the contributions of businessman Carlos Bremer Gutiérrez with multiple social initiatives in the sports and economic fields, coupled with altruistic work in favor of various sectors of society.

On January 5, 2024, Carlos Bremer died at the age of 63.

Likewise, he appreciates his valuable contribution to higher education in Mexico by promoting innovation and entrepreneurship projects, in public and private institutions, aimed at promoting the ideas and creativity of young people.

For more than two decades, Bremer Gutiérrez reaffirmed himself as a promoter and benefactor of UANL programs aimed at the comprehensive training of high school and college students.

It is worth highlighting the participation and collaboration of Carlos Bremer in the first three editions of the Tiger Tank program, to reward the best university venture of the UANL in the years 2018, 2019 and 2020.

The visionary royal businessman provided feedback to 27 finalist teams, generating a direct impact on more than 100 participating university entrepreneurs.

Carlos Bremer’s contribution to the UANL program was crucial; In addition to sponsoring it, he was the main promoter of Tiger Tank since its first broadcast. He had a great media reach in the different broadcasts of the editions in which he participated, generating a reach of more than 12 thousand viewers.

To refer to Carlos Bremer Gutiérrez is to highlight the support for high-performance athletes who represented Nuevo León in international competitions with favorable results in the Olympic Games and historic medals for Mexico.

The businessman and royal philanthropist started the Escala trust in 2005, together with the State Institute of Physical Culture and Sports, which resulted in the Olympic medal of the university archer Mariana Avitia, at the London 2012 Olympic Games and of a hundred participants in the highest Olympic and Paralympic competition.

Popular content

Latest article

More article