The Academy for Creating Enterprise helps individuals throughout the world learn how to build a business that supports self-reliance. Our blog features articles on issues of self-reliance, poverty, entrepreneurship, and impact, as well as stories from chapter members.
See a summary of growth in 2019 with an update on responses to the COVID 19 Pandemic.
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We talk of Christ, we hope in Christ, but do we do business with Christ? For some, faith is acted out on Sundays or when ministering. For others, faith is in every footstep of pioneering an exit from poverty for themselves and their families.
What Academy principles could help those who suddenly find themselves out of work in the United States?
A letter to U.S.A entrepreneurs with love from the Philippines.
No money? No problem. Kickstart your business with the pebbles in the street.
Kamilla Coelho is a wife, mother, and entrepreneur of the Academy since 2020. Due to Academy principles, she was able to start a successful business even during a pandemic. “I can affirm that if it weren't for the Academy and everything I learned there, today I wouldn't be with the company growing and finding its place in the market.”
Cynthia Ramirez is the owner of the successful beauty salon Bella Antonella in Mexico.
Yadira is a wife and mother of 2 children who works to provide temporally and spiritually for her family through her small business. She loves the vision of the Academy and hopes to pass that vision on to her posterity.
Kathryn G. Ramirez is a mother and an Academy entrepreneur since 2011. By following Academy principles has helped her have a more profitable business and help people in her community by providing employment.
Nerissa Nalangan Canoy is one of several successful women who have learned how to build a business from the Academy for Creating Enterprise. As a widow, she built a pie business that has helped build her confidence and strengthen her relationships. Read her story in her own words.