Today we’d like to introduce you to Keren Granados.
As of 2013, Keren and her team developed a new concept that would highlight the strength and spirit that Latinas entrepreneurs have being risen over the years in creating new enterprises not only in the US but also around the world. Emprendedoras Latinas, hostess and celebrates an annual event on March 8 “International Women’s Day” that gives women the tools to be successful with their businesses. The program is dedicated to a series of Mesas Redondas (Round Tables) with the objective of creating conversations that are conducive to innovation and to opportunities for the commercial and entrepreneurial market.
In the following years, the impact of this movement for Latinas Entrepreneurs grew in number and in 2018, BizMujer was born. A grassroots movement created to learn from successful businesswomen on how to grow a profitable business, create wealth and live the moment. Our focus is also to create genuine conversations that help us all identify improvements and growth opportunities. BizMujer pillars are the following: Economic Development, Business Capital, Digital Education, and Community.
Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
Nothing has been easy down the path, despite big barriers, such as being a woman, Latina, different language, inadequate access to capital, we are still outpacing as a minority in the U.S.
We should embrace a “Whatever It Takes” that’s the attitude. Being a Latina entrepreneur had its bumps, but that hasn’t stopped me, and I courage others to be persistent in pursuing their dreams.
Alright – so let’s talk business. Tell us about BizMujer – what should we know?
Learn from successful businesswomen from different countries on how to grow a profitable business, create wealth and live in the moment. Create unique conversations and understand each other by our BizBrunch, Which are monthly meetings that near you and in which we gather businesswomen like any us with the idea of Inspire, Educate and Connect. Currently, we have a presence in the USA, Mexico & Colombia.
What’s the most important piece of advice you could give to a young woman just starting her career?
Do not fear the unknown upcoming events of your new entrepreneurial adventures. Always have on your side great mentors to help you to succeed. Do not get discouraged and keep ongoing. The most difficult part of this adventure is to start.
- Website: www.bizmujer.com
- Phone: 8586336165
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Instagram: @bizmujer
- Facebook: @bizmujer
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