Pablo Fernandez is the co-founder of Clikalia, the #1 residential real estate platform in Europe and Mexico with +1,000 employees and profitable company, that raised €460M in the largest financing round of a Spanish Startup with global investors like SoftBank, FifthWall, Luxor Capital, Mouro Capital and Deutsche Bank.
Previously, co-founder at Clicars, a €500 million profitable business and the #1 ecommerce platform to buy used cars in Spain that was acquired after IPO by Stellantis (#2 world car manufacturer).
Graduated from Harvard Business School and the Complutense University of Madrid (national graduation award to best academic transcript in Spain), he worked at Boston Consulting Group and Santander Bank, being the Group's youngest Executive Vice President leading the corporate strategy in the US.
Investor in +60 startups (individually and as partner of a Harvard alumni fund) he pledged to donate part of his net worth to social impact initiatives such as education and climate change. He is an Endeavor outlier entrepreneur and was highlighted by Harvard Business School as one of the alumni with highest impact in entrepreurship and social impact.
Pablo is holder of 5 Guinness World Records in Marathon Swimming, including The Longest Ocean Swim (250km) and The Fastest 100km unassisted Ocean swim for which he was two times nominated by the World Open Water Swimming Association for "Performance of the Year" and “Man of the Year” Award.