Ariel Camus is the founder and CEO of Microverse, a school that trains software engineers worldwide and connects them with life-changing international opportunities. Most importantly, students don't pay anything until they land a high-paying remote job. Previously, Ariel founded TouristEye, a travel startup Lonely Planet acquired in 2013. Ariel grew up in Argentina, went to school in Europe, built a business in San Francisco, taught in Africa, and lived in Asia. He's now based in Barcelona, Spain.
Microverse has raised $20M+ in venture capital from world-class investors including Y Combinator, General Catalyst, and Northzone. Currently, the company has an all-remote team of 70 people from more than 25 countries across the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia.