MBA – (Entrepreneurship)
My journey as a young entrepreneur started in fourth grade when I came up with what I believed to be a million-dollar idea for a microwave-toaster. From there I remember having hundreds of innovative ideas growing up.
After graduating in business economics from the Jones International University Englewood USA, I worked in a corporate job within the wine industry for a few years, managing major retailers in Europe. It wasn’t long though before I realised I needed to stop turning my back on my passion for entrepreneurship.
So, I took the plunge and started a company in Buenos Aires with two high-school friends – a start-up-oriented software company to get closer to high-tech entrepreneurs.
I quickly became obsessed with mentoring and haven’t stopped since. I’m currently based in Sydney, training entrepreneurs in the frameworks of starting a successful business. I’ve taught winning pitch and minimum viable product (MVP) workshops, Agile methodology and plenty of start-up tools. In the last 24 months, I’ve mentored over 170 entrepreneurs across 30 different industries.