HERSHEY x Entreprenista Beneficiarios de Becas Susi Cabello: Productora, Empresaria, Escritora y Amante de las Artes Cinematográfica hablando de su carrera


Susi Cabello : Productora, Empresaria, Escritora y Amante de las Artes Cinematográfica

Susi Cabello es una joven productora, empresaria, escritora y amante de las Artes Cinematográficas. Su amor por los negocios, la narración de historias y hacer que las cosas sucedan la llevaron a producir desde temprana edad. Nacida en México, comenzó su carrera en 2015 como asistente de producción en una pequeña casa productora.

Hoy en día, produce contenido digital para grandes marcas, cadenas de TV y artistas, dando a todos sus proyectos un toque de empoderamiento femenino, tratando de hacer un cambio en la industria del entretenimiento, demostrando que vale la pena dar oportunidades a las mujeres jóvenes, porque lo mejor que le puedes dar a alguien, es la oportunidad de brillar.

Nosotras en Entreprenista querimos hablar con Susi y hacerle unas preguntas crticas para saber como ella empezo su carrera y porque escogio Entreprenista League para hacer su comonidad propia!

¿Qué te emociona de ser una Entreprenista?

Poder acompañar a más mujeres como yo, en su camino hacia el éxito.

¿Qué te hizo tomar el brinco y comenzar tu propio negocio?

La necesidad de hacer las cosas diferentes, escribir mi propia historia y llevar mis ideas a la realidad.

¿En qué te especializabas antes de comenzar tu propio negocio?someone that really inspired you to start your journey as an advocate?

Producción Audiovisual

¿Siempre supistes que querías ser una mujer emprendedora?


¿Qué significa el movimiento #HerForShe para ti?

Unir a las mujeres con la fuerza que tenemos en común.

¿Cuál es el logro del que estas mas orgullosa hasta ahora?

Tener clientes internacionales.

¿Crees en el balance de trabajo/vida? ¿Cuales son tus mejores recomendaciones?

Sí, hay que saber cuándo parar para recargarnos, no todo en la vida es trabajo, hay que aprender a disfrutar los frutos de nuestro esfuerzo.

¿Cuál consejo puedes compartir que te hubiese gustado saber cuando comenzaste tu trayectoria como Entreprenista?

No tienes que demostrarle nada a nadie.

¿Quién te inspira, y porqué ELLA se merece ser celebrada?

Mis mentoras Gabrielle, Pallavi y Diane, las celebro porque son el mejor ejemplo que tengo de éxito y empoderamiento.

Puden segir Susi y su negocios haquì:

The Cr3w


Para obtener más información sobre el movimiento global #HerForShe para inspirar y celebrar a las mujeres de Hershey International, ¡haga clic aquí!

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