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Women Entrepreneurs of Mexico To Watch Out For

Shopping & Technology By Lauren Cocking1234 views
Women Entrepreneurs of Mexico To Watch Out For

Continuing our series of the Mexican women to watch out for, which began with these musicians, we turn our attention to the entrepreneurs who are making business waves in a sector and a country typically dominated by machismo culture. Figures from a few years ago showed that only 2.4% of Mexico’s entrepreneurs were women. However, from start-up superstars to those who’ve worked their way up the corporate ladder, these ladies should be on your radar.

Claudia de Heredia of Kichink

Kichink was one of the 11 start-ups recognised by Google for Demo Day for Entrepreneurs, Women’s Edition. One of the e-commerce company’s co-founders, Claudia de Heredia, is therefore one of our Mexican women to watch in the world of business. She herself has recognised the barriers women in Mexico face when they want to enter the world of business (assumptions that you’re going to get pregnant and leave, being just one of them!) and she’s overcome them all, now dealing with the PR and client growth aspects of Kichink.

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If you are intresed in the change that is going on in Mexico join us at MTY 2.0.  MTY 2.0 is empowering Women and Mexico to be bold, and become entrepuenrs, so they can change the world they live in for the better.

Monterrey 2.0 La Industria de Emprendimiento es un punto de encuentro para el talento, emprendedores, startups, inversionistas y aquellos interesados en transformar el futuro de México tomando a Monterrey y su pasión por el trabajo como punto de partida. Acompáñanos y sé parte del inicio del cambio, sé parte de la historia, sé parte de la comunidad Monterrey 2.0 ¡UNETE!

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