TransparentBusiness - Voice of America

We are excited to share with you that Voice of America posted a video report on TransparentBusiness and on Silvina Moschini, a co-founder, Chairwoman and President of TransparentBusiness.

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TransparentBusiness - Voice of America

The report is in Spanish. The English translation of the accompanying text summary is:

Businesses That Found an Opportunity in the Pandemic

The changes brought by COVID-19 were not 100 percent negative. On the contrary, there were companies that found opportunities in the midst of challenges. One of them, TransparentBusiness, a business whose leader is an Argentine woman. Her initiative has opened opportunities and new horizons for hundreds of women in remote locations. Laura Sepúlveda, correspondent for the Voice of America, has the story.