Resilient Entrepreneurs: Yenny Ramírez Rivera CEO of SIESUA

Yennie Ramírez Rivera, President of SIESUA
Standing without feeling that there will be an end has been the key to staying firm and sustaining your company during the crisis

Are we prepared to work at night?

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The quarantine is changing the labor landscape, including the possibility of making hours more flexible. Is it convenient to work night hours?

7 tips to improve customer interaction in banking

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Latinia today highlights the importance of adopting not only channels but also their levels of service appropriate to the demands of its customers

Netflix, a zebra among horses: QUT researcher

Constantly evolving Netflix has changed the face of entertainment on a global scale

Are we drinking more alcohol during quarantine?

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Being locked up in our houses made us think that less alcoholic beverages would be consumed. However ... did it turn out to be true?

MercadoLibre: The Latin “Amazon” that breaks records in the region

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After the Covid-19 crisis, businesses like MercadoLibre have benefited to the point of being the second most valuable company in Latin America

Resilient entrepreneurs: Beatriz Fernández, co-founder of Crepes & Wafles

Beatriz Fernandez
Five days with the most resilient Colombian businesswomen in the face of the crisis

Pandemic accelerated remote work, a trend likely to remain

Young woman using her laptop.
Researchers identified other potential effects of remote work, such as reduced physical cues possibly leading to better working relationships

Resilient businesswomen: Luz Marina Jaramillo, Pavimentos Colombia

Luz Marina Jaramillo, President of Pavimentos Colombia
Five days with the most resilient Colombian businesswomen in the face of the crisis

Resilient companies: Sylvia Escovar, president of Terpel Colombia

Sylvia Escovar, President of Terpel
Five days with the most resilient Colombian businesswomen in the face of the pandemic crisis

Hong Kong's youngest 15-year-old social entrepreneur

Bailey Cherry
At just 15 years old, Bailey Cherry founded Hong Kong's largest second-use bookstore in 2019.

This Colombian CEO got an Investment of USD 5 Million for her Startup

Manuela Sanchez
Manuela Sánchez is the founder of Laika, one of the most popular sites for getting products and services for pets.

Women in leadership positions remain rare in Japan

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New figures show the little involvement of women in working life

Changing course, leading in a sustainable way

Cover of the book 'Leading Sustainably' by Trista Bridges and Donald Eubank
The book Leading Sustainably promotes the change towards sustainability of the world's companies
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