Rodrigo Doxandabarat, born in 1977, from Argentina who earned his Global Executive MBA from SDA Bocconi School of Management in 2016, is a man of a thousand lives and multiple human and professional experiences, including the commitment to cooperation in India in 1997 with Mother Teresa of Calcutta and in 2003 during the war in Iraq with a French NGO. At 23, after leaving social cooperation, he worked as a model and later, called by Giorgio Armani, as a commercial director for emerging markets like Asia, Africa and Brazil. After leaving Armani, he joined Dolce & Gabbana as Central American Retail Director, and then, in 2016, he dedicated himself to his personal project, the synthesis of his previous experiences: the launch of the sustainable footwear brand Dotz. With a simple yet sophisticated design, Dotz footwear is made with sustainable materials and components, especially organic cotton and household and industrial waste. The livery is the work of several local artists, while the production also involves some Brazilian women with particular discomfort problems. On sale online and in some Brazilian multi-brand stores, today Dotz aims to enter important markets like Italy, France and the United States, with a strong range of over 60 unisex models.