Ten on One- Minority Owned Start-up Business Thoughts from the Front Lines

This week we have an exciting episode of Ten on One with Maria Luna, the fabulous Co-Founder of Famigo, a mobile app for artists and creators. She riffs on starting a business, being a female founder, and how her mother helped drive her to succeed.

It’s a conversation worth 10 minutes of your time, but here are three things that stuck out to me:

1. Only .004-2% of funding goes to female founders – they are very under served.

2. You have to prepare to pivot.

3. 60% of time at the beginning was listening to the customers. Now her time is spent still listening to the customers, along with creating team vision, and partnerships (more with groups today).

Click on the video below to listen to all ten minutes.



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