Marcelo Claure Net Worth

As rich as they come, people in business usually have the most wealth to brag about. Million-dollar houses, private jets and a variety of other premium things usually distinguish successful business people from the rest of us. However, some are more humble than other, but it’s not about perception and philosophy this time, but rather about Marcelo Claure. This unknown tall Businessman, Wireless industry distribution entrepreneur, CEO of Sprint Corporation is Bolivian American. Born in unknown on the unknown, Marcelo Claure has emerged as a successful business person. Graduating American Cooperative School in La Paz, University of Lowell (Bentley University), Massachusetts, this individual has received tons of awards and accolades for successes in various fields. Earning the nicknames of unknown along the way Marcelo Claure was born into the family of unknown unknown. Nowadays, moving around the world and managing lots of business ventures has to be synchronised with personal time which is mostly occupied by business and Jordan Engard unknown. The total estimated net worth of Marcelo Claure is $20 Million.

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In his youth, due to his parents jobs Marcelo lived in several countries, including Morocco, Guatemala and the Dominican Republic, before returning to Bolivia, where he enrolled in the American Cooperative School in La Paz from which he matriculated in 1989. Marcelo continued his education in Massachusetts, USA, firstly at the University of Lowell, but he later transferred to nearby Bentley University, from which he graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and finance.

Marcelo then returned to Bolivia where his professional career began in the position of the international marketing manager for the Bolivian Football Federation. In 1995, he moved back to the States, and started working in USA Wireless – a small wireless retail firm which he inherited from the original owner. Within a year, Marcelo Claure managed to expand the business and sell the company. These ventures provided the basis for his later net worth.

However, Marcelo Claure has remained in the wireless industry, and in 1997 he founded Brightstar, a Miami-based company, focused on distribution and providing services of wireless communication, mainly to the Latin American market. Under Marcelo’s leadership, the business started growing rapidly, and soon the company broadened to Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and the Caribbean. By 2000, Brightstar already had a distribution deal with Motorola, covering the whole of Latin America. Currently, the company operates in almost 50 countries, spreading on all six continents, and has been named by the Forbes Magazine, as one of the largest privately held companies in the USA. The proof of Marcelo’s success is SoftBank’s purchase of 57% of Brightstar shares in 2013, with a total worth of $1.26 billion. It is certain that these accomplishments have been the main source for Marcelo Claure’s net worth.

Apart from business, Marcelo is a real soccer aficionado, and in 2008 he used the part of his substantial net worth to buy Bolivar Administración Inversiones y Servicios Asociados S.R.L. which runs the Bolivian soccer team Bolivar. Marcelo Claure is also engaged within FIFA’s Committee for Fair Play and Social Responsibility.

Some of the most recent of Marcelo Claure’s business ventures includes being president and the CEO of Sprint Corporation, as well as a position on the board of directors, one of the major internet carriers worldwide, which he accepted in 2014. These involvements have doubtlessly made a positive impact on Marcelo Claure’s overall net worth.

For his hard work, leadership and dedication, Marcelo Claure has been rewarded and honored numerous times with, among others, USA Today’s Entrepreneur of the Year, Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, and has also been inducted into the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Hall of Fame.

When it comes to his personal life, Marcelo Claure has been married to Jordan Engard since 2005, with whom he has three daughters. From his previous marriage, Marcelo has two more children. He currently resides in Kansas City, with his numerous family.

Marcelo Claure has also advocated to help the world’s most disadvantaged children to be educated by co-creating the One Laptop Per Child campaign.

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  • Full Name: Marcelo Claure
  • Net Worth: $20 Million
  • Date Of Birth: December 9, 1970
  • Profession: Businessman, Wireless industry distribution entrepreneur, CEO of Sprint Corporation
  • Education: American Cooperative School in La Paz, University of Lowell (Bentley University), Massachusetts
  • Nationality: Bolivian American
  • Spouse: Jordan Engard
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  • Awards: World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award , Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Hall of Fame