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The 5 most important women entrepreneurs in Mexico during COVID-19

These five women are examples of innovation, management and hard work in this health crisis.

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The 5 most important women entrepreneurs in Mexico during COVID-19
The 5 most important women entrepreneurs in Mexico during COVID-19


Nobody can deny that there are numerous cases of female executives in various cases

Items that stand out for their efforts and the dynamism they are giving their communities in this time of the health crisis. A recent survey by BlueBox Ventures She found that pride, independence, quality of life, and family support were key motivators for an entrepreneur in these difficult times.

That is why we present these five women entrepreneurs at the top of successful companies. They are examples of innovation, management and hard work in this health crisis.

Gabriela Leon. Photo: entrepreneur

1.- Gabriela Leon. Director of the Mexican company Gresmex, Discoverer of the Nbelyax molecule, the main advantage of which is the ability to kill bacteria and viruses, from the flu to Ebola. This molecule can stop pandemics, kill viruses, bacteria, spores, mycobacteria and fungi, and help contain bacteria like Ebola and eradicate infections in both wounds and hospitals.

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Vera Makarov. Photo: Courtesy

2.- Vera Makarov. The startupera was behind Carmudi, Lamudi and Hellofood. His latest bet to fight unemployment in Mexico is App, an application that works by connecting those who need an employee with those who need a job. Most offers are temporary or part-time. The main users of the application are people who have recently lost their jobs.

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Carolina Garcia. Photo: Courtesy

3.-Carolina Garcia. Co-founder of Chiper.co The technological solution for Mexican shopkeepers to optimize and increase their sales in the midst of a crisis, since it organizes the application orders for the products sold there and their delivery times, eliminates middlemen and optimizes the time of those responsible. from shops.

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April Vieyra. Photo: Courtesy.

4th.- April Vieyra. Director and founder of Flow, the first Mexican digital platform with a unique service model. The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many people to use the online psychology format, especially if they had undergone psychological treatment or therapy before they were introduced. However, the crisis has changed the way in which all types of services are accessed, including medical or therapeutic ones, which is why online psychological help has become a new standard.

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Juana Ramírez: Photo: Fernando Díaz Vidaurri

5.-Juana Ramírez. Founder and president of SOHIN group, Health promoters as drivers of social entrepreneurship. The naturalized Mexican managed to be included in the basic table and the drug catalog of the General Health Council of Mexico in 2016. Today together with his partners from the ASEM (Association of s of Mexico) tries to develop the best public policies and business practices that help SMEs get out of the serious situation they are in at this time.

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