These Women Are Growing Their Businesses — and Their Confidence

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These Women Are Growing Their Businesses — and Their Confidence

Latin American entrepreneurs build business management skills, financial capability, and digital literacy using new platform Ovante
Sandra Taborda shows Accion's Liza Guzman how Ovante helps her maximize scale and profit for her business.

Sandra Taborda shows Accion's Liza Guzman how Ovante helps her maximize scale and profit for her business.

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By Elizabeth Stokely

Sandra Taborda owns a small catering business in Manizales, Colombia. Ten years ago, after the birth of her son, and with six members of her extended family living under one roof, she decided to try her hand at selling homemade empanadas. Her door-to-door baked goods were a hit, and her brand, San-tehago (“Sandra makes it for you”), was born.

Sandra is one of the participants in Ovante, an interactive digital platform with a vision to help microentrepreneurs build and enhance their business skills, grow their enterprises, and adopt healthy habits for using financial products and services. In 2016, Accion and FedEx launched an initiative to digitize Accion’s award-winning classroom business education program, making the program less expensive to deliver, more flexible, and more easily accessible for a broader audience. 

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