It’s why I wanted to start my own company so badly that I got awarded and MBA and started Bizay, instead. It’s been rewarding: I always felt that if I wanted to make a difference, to leave my tracks for others to follow, I had to do it in the real world, in the real economy.
So we set out to leverage technology to democratize the world, to level the playing field between big cooperative Davids and the economic Goliaths, SMBs. We could give them access to quality, customized products that are usually off-limits to them.
We used Shilling’s extensive network for support, and started picking up speed. Now, we’ve built up a company that has sold to more than 1 million SMBs in 21 countries, in Europe, Latin America, and North America.
I’m really proud of this. I’m proud of the change that we’re bringing about. And I’m particularly proud of the example that I’m setting for my two kids.