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Mentorship Helps Mission-Driven Venture Thrive

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Vulnerable women living in Colombia are earning money and improving their lives through jewelry-making, thanks to Artyfactos. The company has found markets for the women's creations in the US and Europe, including some Macy's stores. In this interview with EIX Editor Kim Eddleston, Artyfactos Founder Angie Sanchez talks about the impact of mentors and accelerators on her venture's success.

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Kimberly Eddleston
Kimberly Eddleston
Schulze Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship / D'Amore-McKim School of Business / Northeastern University
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DOI: 10.32617/429-5d4c358a88d50
Eddleston, K. (2019, August 8). Mentorship helps mission-driven venture thrive. Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange. Retrieved May 21, 2024, from
Eddleston, Kimberly. "Mentorship Helps Mission-Driven Venture Thrive" Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange. 8 Aug. 2019. Web 21 May. 2024 <>.