Mentoring provides opinions and advice to make decisions and solve challenges in the medium and long term, which is their natural play space. Unlike a consultant or a coach, their tools are experience, vision, strategy and benefactor commitment.
Mentoring is often confused with coaching. The Coach exercises tactics to develop efficiency and achieve maximum performance from existing capabilities in the current scenario. The Mentor, from a higher perspective, draw a new road map and agrees with the individual or group what to do, what they want to be, where to go. He helps to decide the strategy and he goes with them during the trip.
AMCES includes as registereed Mentors individual people business-oriented (startups) and oriented to the social economy (Social Foundations).