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The 2nd Edition of the “Woman of Success” Business Forum was held with great success


The 2023 Women Business Forum “Mujer de Exito” (Woman of Success), was held at the Hotel Araiza on April 1 to encourage women entrepreneurs to have a better vision of their goals and objectives.

The participants had the opportunity to get motivated, plan and manage to develop a successful plan for 2023. It was an event for businesswomen, professionals, or entrepreneurs who want to improve themselves and overcome obstacles in their environment with conferences, networking, as well as wine and craft beer tasting.

The event had excellent conferences.

“What hurts us the most is what shapes us the most” with businesswoman and speaker Brenda Estrada.

Brenda Estrada success story is one of the most inspiring ones in Imperial Valley. She is a person who serves the community with altruistic activities. Originally from Mexicali, Baja California, Brenda faced many challenges but thanks to her faith and the support of her family, she found the road to success.

“Who told you who you are?”  with businesswoman and speaker Tere Babún.

On occasions, for wanting to please, we put aside our essence and stop being authentic, leading us to do things that we do not want or to be who we are not.  Maria Teresa Babun Villareal is a businesswoman from Mexicali and thanks to her work she has achieved an impeccable business career. She is currently President of CANACINTRA Business Women. Tere was the first Latin American woman to win a Ralph Smedley Distinguished Award from Toastmasters International in Denver, Colorado. To date, she is the only Latin American woman to receive that award.

“Achieve your Financial Independence” with Ellie Burgueño, writer, speaker, entrepreneur, publisher and journalist.

Her lecture was on personal finance management and short- and long-term income diversification planning, based on her coming book “Hey Girls, You Can Also Become Badass Money Makers”. She is an author, businesswoman, and publisher of Beyond Borders Gazette.

“My Glass Ceilings” with Marco Najera, Author, Executive Coach, and Personal Strategist.

Speaker Marco Najera gave strategies to successfully face the obstacles that prevent you from achieving your development objectives, without being hurt in the attempt. How many dreams, ideals, or objectives are frustrated because despite seeming achievable, there is a great obstacle that prevents you from reaching them? Those social and organizational obstacles are the Glass Ceilings that allow you to see everything that is in the next levels, but at the same time, they prevent you from advancing to reach them. My Glass Ceilings offers concepts and reflections so that, in effect, you can pass through those glass ceilings or obstacles, without being hurt in the attempt.

The event also had an exhibition area with services and products and the presence and sponsorship of local businesses and brands such as Electronix experts in technology, MD point medical scribes, StreessOut Spa, BioHipercell experts in regenerative medicine, Vinos y Bodegas de Mexico Book publishers, Coralillo Brewing Co, Mujeres AMPIA an organization of business women in farming, Davila y Associados corporate law firm and Enologist Sharon Rocia Sandoval with her wine Tinto de Mia and  Beyond Borders Gazette.

Attendees to the event were happy and mentioned their expectations of the event with filled so they said they are ready for the coming edition and recommend it to all women who want to get inspired and grow in an environment of like-minded businesswomen.

Beyond Borders is now preparing to host the Ensenada edition of the event called Mujer de Exito, entre vinos y el mar, Recharge which will take place at Hotel Coral and Marin, on June 30 with a wine-tasting VIP tour in the Baja Wine Country on July 1st. For more information on this event, follow us on social media.

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