Raúl Gorrín

Raul Antonio Gorrin Belisario, Venezuelan lawyer and businessman, born at Caracas on November 22nd, 1968, in the home of a humble family that inspired him to become a successful businessman with social initiatives that have given him a place in the history of the contemporary Venezuelan businesses[…]

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Businessman of the Future

Working very close to politics, Gorrin has no interest in growing in it, he focuses on his business career in which he wants to become a business leader: “I want to be the new reference for my country with a business approach to the success of humanism.” Although Gorrin doesn’t think he is being called […]

Venezuelan Youth is Our Country’s True Promise

Gorrín Foundation gave corrective lenses to 40 students of two public schools located in the Municipality of Chacao, as part of its program “So Kids Can See a Better Future”, in alliance with Banco del Libro [Book Bank] and the Municipalities of Sucre, Chacao and El Hatillo. The event had place at Banco del Libro […]

Gorrin Foundation’s Social Balance

Values, compromise and humanism are my philosophy as a businessman. What I am most proud of is to help who needs it the most through the creation of my organizations.

Book

Businessman Raúl Gorrin, in this work, outlines the most urgent characteristics and challenges for businessmen who seek to make profits, but also promote the public good. In each chapter, Gorrin explains why and how Humanism is the future not only for business, but also for our troubled nations

All About Raul

All About Raul

Raul Antonio Gorrin Belisario, Venezuelan lawyer and businessman, born at Caracas on November 22nd, 1968, under the wing of a humble family that inspired him to become a successful businessman with social initiatives that have given him a place in the history of the contemporary Venezuelan businesses.

The example of his mother, a professional nurse, and his father, public health inspector, caused an impact on him at an early age.

His mother was a completely kind person, while his father, who died when Gorrin was 13 years old, “was a man that loved me a lot, he loved me so much.” The businessman says that having a happy childhood vitalized by the rythm of Salsa is the reason he became an open, friendly and humanistic being, and that set his ways of making business.