#CreaNoticias Empresaria Panameña ganadora del premio UNCTAD EMPRETEC a la mujer empresaria 2012- DOHA, QATAR. Escrito por rvasquez | abril 27th, 2012 La Chef Melissa De León, emprendedora panameña del Acelerador de Empresas de Ciudad del Saber (AEP), ganó el pasado lunes 23 de abril el premio mundial “EMPRETEC Women in Business Award 2012” en la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre Comercio y Desarrollo (UNCTAD por sus siglas en inglés) celebrada en Doha, Qatar.
Melissa De León, fundadora de Panamá Gourmet, una empresa que produce alimentos sin gluten, ganó al 2012 la UNCTAD Empretec mujeres en Premio a la empresa. El premio honra a mujeres empresarias de los países en desarrollo que han fundado empresas exitosas, creadas puestos de trabajo, y se convierten en modelos en sus comunidades. El premio fue anunciado en una cena de gala lunes que fue la culminación de una “mujer en desarrollo día” organizó el tercer día de la Conferencia Cuatrienal de la UNCTAD XIII.
Sepa cuáles instituciones pueden ayudarlo con su emprendimiento. Para que mejore o potencie su emprendimiento es necesario contar con una buena red de contactos. Pero también es importante conocer los organismos que pueden ayudarlo en su nuevo negocio. Kickstarter. Kickstarter. 4 Critical Traits of an Entrepreneur. "Hello, my name is Glen and I represent Mason Shoe Company.
" That was 37 years ago and I was twelve. I found an ad for shoe salesmen, completed the application and attached a letter written in pencil. In the letter I asked if I was old enough, but I don’t think they ever read it although they did send training materials, catalogues and order forms. So I got on my bike and set out to conquer the world—a new entrepreneur. I was turned down cold at the first house. That experience taught me that within limits, we make our own rules. Look for ways to make a difference. Someone once asked me what it was like going out on my own as an entrepreneur.
The Lean Startup. “Startup success can be engineered by following the process, which means it can be learned, which means it can be taught.”- Eric Ries The Lean Startup provides a scientific approach to creating and managing startups and get a desired product to customers' hands faster.
The Lean Startup method teaches you how to drive a startup-how to steer, when to turn, and when to persevere-and grow a business with maximum acceleration. It is a principled approach to new product development. Too many startups begin with an idea for a product that they think people want. They then spend months, sometimes years, perfecting that product without ever showing the product, even in a very rudimentary form, to the prospective customer.
“The Lean Startup method teaches you how to drive a startup-how to steer, when to turn, and when to persevere-and grow a business with maximum acceleration.”
DEPARTAMENTO DE DERECHOS INTELECTUALES. Noticias sobre el grupo Emprendimiento Femenino Octantis. I am a venture investor and a former investment banker. I'm also a woman. At my first job, there were equal numbers of male and female trainees. But over 25 years in business, I've become one of the few women in boardrooms listening to pitches and negotiating deals. I'd grown accustomed to seeing few pitches from high-growth companies led by women even though I personally know many women whom I would back in a second. Why weren't they pitching me? A recent reading of "Overcoming the Gender Gap: Women Entrepreneurs as Economic Drivers" a study by Lesa Mitchell of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation validated my gut. So, what are the obstacles in our way? • Women are well-educated and employed, but they are not rising to leadership in significant numbers.
. • Women entrepreneurs are starting fewer high-growth companies. . • Women entrepreneurs don't get their share of investment. Why is that? And the truth is that 95 percent of venture capitalists and 85 percent of angel investors are men. BOTONESALAIZQUIERDA.ORG. Sgc.sercotec.cl/ksemilla/Manual_para_emprendedores_de_Chile_2011.pdf. Sercotec. Com. Startup Therapy: Ten Questions to Ask Yourself Every Month. May 3, 2010 | Jason Cohen Guest post by Jason Cohen.
In a previous post I beat you to death about ditching your business plan but failed to provide an alternative. Okay okay, “Planning == Bad,” but the supposed benefits of planning are still important: designing for profitability, understanding your customers and competitors, focusing your attention, deciding what’s worth doing next, changing directions, and ensuring the founders agree on important issues. To help you, I’m stealing a trick from therapists. Cartoon by Andertoons Therapists don’t tell you what to do. You’re smart. That’s where this article comes in: To splash cold water on your face, forcing you to face reality and continue to defend or change the important choices inside your business. What follows is your startup therapy session. In one sentence, what does your product do and who buys it? Cartoon by AndertoonsThe first thing this does is force you to nail down your monthly expenses and accounts payable.