Magda Nieto

Designing and living Experiences

Video Campaña – Con Cerebro y Corazón por Cajicá October 13, 2015

Video de la campaña, muestra lo que he hecho en mi vida y lo que tengo para ofrecer en el Concejo de Cajicá.

Con Cerebro y Corazón por Cajicá

Cambio Radical 5

Concejo 2016 – 2019



Una tarde para la Mujer y la Familia Cajiqueña September 18, 2015

Invitacion Tarde de Mujeres


Magda Nieto Nieto – Concejo Cajicá 2016 – 2019 August 18, 2015

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Cajicá atraviesa un momento difícil con respecto a la seguridad, la educación, la cultura, la movilidad y el progreso Cajiqueño.

Hoy más que nunca, necesita de todos aquellos emprendedores que estén comprometidos con ella.

Magda Nieto Nieto es una empresaria nacida en Cajicá, que piensa diferente, con una combinación de preparación en el país y en el extranjero, creyendo que es importante a ayudar a sacar adelante a su municipio y a su gente, primero creando empresa y generando empleo y ahora, desde el Concejo impulsando los proyectos que mejorarán la vida de todos. Ayudando a su comunidad y apoyando todas las iniciativas que impulsen y mejoren el desarrollo del municipio donde nació, donde vive y donde trabaja.

Magda Nieto Nieto

Con cerebro y corazón por Cajicá.

Encuentranos en Facebook, siguiendo este link

Y Habla con nosotros utilizando este hashtag #ConcerebroycorazonporCajicá


Tierras Bosques y Ganados January 21, 2014

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Rn Events July 9, 2013

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Rn Events

Very happy to announced that I started my own company with my family and I can keep working in the Events Industry.

So if you have an event, an experience or need a design, but don´t know what to do, don´t  worry here in Rn Events We Take Care.

In spanish we are Rn Montajes Nosotros Nos Encargamos.


Madeca Ltda October 25, 2012

Filed under: Colombia — magdanieto @ 1:11 am

Madeca Ltda

New Logo


“Forget Coffee and Cocaine, Colombia Has a New Export – Happiness” September 26, 2012

This is an article written by the ABC News, wrote last week about what Colombia have to offer now. Is The Happy Post Project, which is very emotive and totally true, Colombia is full of happiness and we love to share it!

“I want Colombia to be known as an exporter of happiness…rather than as an exporter of drugs,” Mario Chamorro, the director of the Make it Happy Foundation, told me in a recent phone conversation. That might sound improbable, but then again, so is the story of Mario Chamorro.

Born in rural Pasto, Colombia (next to an active volcano, he likes to add), Mario left home to study in Bogotá and eventually ended up working on social initiatives for the government of President Alvaro Uribe. While many considered him to have “made it,” Mario had bigger dreams and soon left for the U.S. He learned English while parking cars and waiting tables in Boston and was eventually accepted to the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.

We first met when he was coordinating social events as president of the student association. It was apparent then that he had a gift for bringing people together and making them happy, but it would take a few years for him to dedicate himself to the effort full-time.

After getting his master’s degree, Mario worked in the energy, finance and health industries. He was good at everything he did but nothing seemed to fully click. During the financial crisis, he lost his job, broke up with his girlfriend and, last year, was diagnosed with cancer. Combined, these events pushed him to ponder the single question that led to his big idea. What makes you happy?

One of Mario’s first projects involved asking people to draw or write something that made them happy on a post-it note. “The Happy Post Project” started as a fun way to meet people at a bar but soon spread to the streets and art galleries of Boston and eventually to Tokyo, Times Square and TED conferences. Mario says he quickly learned that “one, happiness is contagious; two, happiness empowers people; and three, happiness creates social change.”

He was on to something. In January, he received funding and office space from a sponsor so that he could expand his ideas. Eight months later, he was invited to Colombia to present the Happy Post Project to communities impacted by the civil conflict between the leftist FARC rebels and government forces.

The reaction surprised him. Inspired by all the messages of happiness collected by the Happy Post team, the mayor of Cali signed a “happiness pact” officially committing the city to measure and monitor the happiness of its citizens. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos mentioned Mario’s work in a speech and invited him for a visit. President Santos’ post-it note read: “a more peaceful and just Colombia.”

“It was clearly a special moment because we were moving from awareness to concrete actions that will spark social change,” said Mario, who is now cancer-free.

Like any good innovator, Mario is building on his early success to develop other initiatives. He recently created the Make it Happy Foundation, a non-profit organization whose goal is to spark a social movement to spread happiness. The foundation is creating a “happiness lab” to promote the study of happiness and support a network of social innovators. A consulting operation designed to help governments and companies learn more about what makes people happy is also in the works.

Mario continues to dream big. He wants to use happiness as a resource to promote the peace process in Colombia and beyond.

“If our project works in Colombia we can easily replicate that in countries such as Uganda, Palestine or Afghanistan,” he says.

In a way, Mario is already Colombia’s leading happiness export. He started out in Pasto as a raw material before moving on and adding value in Bogota, Boston and New York. As he moves up the value chain, the happiness he creates is inspiring people in Colombia and throughout the world.

By Stephen Keppel

You can read the article here in the ABC News´website: Link