Women of the Academy: Kamilla Coelho

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.”

Bio:


My name is Kamilla Coelho. I am a mother, wife, and Academy entrepreneur since 2020. The Academy taught me how to start a business from scratch.


Business description here:

I own a candy & sweets store that also sells personalized stationary and packaging! Basically a party in a box!


In her own words: 

“When I learned of the Academy, it felt like an answer to prayers.We learned how to start a business from scratch during the Income Generating Activities. On the first day, my team and I (Qualifit Company) earned R $ 55.00. At the end of the 2 week program, we had earned more than R $1000 reais. We gained the certainty that we can indeed be successful entrepreneurs, starting with little, or rather, only with desire and will power. Due to the coronavirus, I realized I needed to apply Academy principles in a way that I could be successful even when many businesses were closed. I invested in materials from different suppliers (9th Golden Rule: Use several suppliers). I offered differentiated and personalized products (16th golden rule: Differentiate your business) for my customers and 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. We sold so much this Easter that we started to reject new orders because there was no more time for production since Easter was on Sunday. I am very grateful for the Academy and for everyone involved. I know, without a doubt, that this program was inspired by the Lord and will be a spiritual and mainly material blessing for all who set out to participate with commitment and determination.”
"Due to the coronavirus, I realized I needed to apply Academy principles in a way that I could be successful even when many businesses were closed."
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