Alberto Moreno studied Computer Systems and IT Engineering in Madrid, Spain. In 2007-2008 he worked as Information Technology Manager at the Economic and Commercial Office of the Embassy of Spain in Vietnam. In 2010, he was granted the Monbukagakusho scholarship by the Japanese government for a three-years research position at the University of Tsukuba. During his tenure, he completed a Master’s degree program in Risk Engineering. In 2013, he graduated and returned to Vietnam to build Baolau, a multi-transport travel search engine for the Mekong Region. Baolau is based on Japanese standards for information technology applied to public transport and interconnects cities by calculating travel distances in real time, comparing routes and facilitating ticket booking for flights, trains, buses and ferries. In 2017, Baolau was selected as one of the finalists for the Market Access program of MIST: Mekong Innovative Startup Tourism accelerator.