“No one can do everything, but everyone can do something”
I started my journey at 17 years old with a clear mission in mind: to leverage my skills as an entrepreneur to be of use for our society.Find out more
We live in a binary world where extreme wealth and extreme inequalities collide. Anyone can play a role in bridging that gap, whether you’re an entrepreneur, investor, company, or anything in between. To rise to that challenge, I am convinced that we need innovative solutions to foster solidarity.
That is why, in 2014, following my own market research in the philanthropic sector, I founded Epic. Our innovative global foundation operates as a platform to connect impactful social organizations with individuals and companies that want to give more, better, and smarter to empower and protect children, youth, and our planet.
With great power comes great responsibility. That’s the challenge the financial sector facestoday. The “Wolf of Wall Street” era ‘ is over. Finance must be at the service of companies that help shape a better tomorrow. We must invest in the future by conciliating financial, social, and environmental performance.
That’s the work I have been leading since 2014 as the Founder and CEO of Blisce, a B Corp investment firm committed to investing differently.
Each year, millions of people around the world take the leap to create and build their own businesses. Entrepreneurship is a powerful driver of positive change. It enables us to break our own glass ceilings, empowers us to define our own success and drives us to achieve our mission.
To provide concrete tools for anyone who wants to build their business for our times, I created the platform “Mission Possible” that includes a book called “Mission Possible: How to build a business for our times” and a Masterclass, where I give you exclusive access to the critical thinking behind any entrepreneurial success.
While the education system should foster the same opportunities for any student, whoever they are, wherever they come from, the reality is much different. Most of the time, students’ higher education is determined by their zip code. We must invest in equality of opportunity to give new meaning to meritocracy (is that english?) and ensure our society can benefit from a diversity of talents.
In 2022, I created Infinite, a project that supports underprivileged students fulfill their ambitions by accessing higher education.