Sinaloa.- Dreams come true, he highlighted Leyla April Medina Cristerna, who at 13 years count on your business, Spa for Girls In Mazatlan.
From the age of 8, the youngest participated in an entrepreneurial kids camp and won with the spa project. With seed capital and from his parents he put it into practice.
Leyla April is Canaco Joven’s youngest businesswoman. He stressed that he has been working for five years, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he has paused.
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He hopes that the virus that worries everyone will soon be contained, and then he will be able to reopen his business, with all sanitary measures, to take care of the health of those who work there and of the clients.
Leyla says that she takes advantage of this break to keep updating herself in the services they provide in her business. In this way, when reopening it will be possible to give a better service.
The young entrepreneur calls on young people her age to put them into practice if they have projects.
“Let the limit be creativity and imagination. Everything can be achieved ”, stressed the owner of Paris Spa. He asked them to compete for seed capital and advice that will be granted by the National Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Services (Canaco Servitur), which will support six projects of young entrepreneurs.
She reiterates that she began to develop her project after winning a contest at the age of 8, and “this shows that it can be done.”
Leyla April is part of the Canaco Joven business group, which covers areas of the tourism industry, commerce and services in Mazatlán and southern Sinaloa.
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Leyla April highlighted that in order to develop her project and open her business, she did so with the full support given her by the National Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Services (Canaco Servicios Turisticos).
That no one prevents them from realizing their dreams asks the young businesswoman. Invite young people with projects to record their video with their project and upload it to the Canaco Joven page to compete for seed capital and advice, to grow.
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