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“Claudia had great data on her Salvadoran business which made it easy for us to do our analysis. We tested her products. We visited her competitors to understand her positioning.”

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SPEAK had been growing faster than they could accommodate. The founder believed he did not have the right organizational structure, and information was not flowing. “I did not have visibility within the business. It would have been impossible to

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“As a small business owner, it is really hard to do everything. Bpeace taught me that I have to know what I’m good at and where I’m really needed, and not waste my time where I could delegate and create a new job. There was a lot of strategi

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I couldn’t help but grab my camera when my plane began flying over the lush, green countryside of El Salvador.  My last visit was during the dry season and while it was still very beautiful it was now so much greener than before.  I wa

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Panelists discuss Bpeace’s work in El Salvador at last week’s Young Professionals event in NYC. From left: Marvin Fuentes, Mary Stycos, and Marla Gitterman, with Claudia Barriere on screen from El Salvador. 

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Claudia B.M. – Santa Tecla, Food Processing.  80 employees.

Claudia is at the helm of a family-owned business that produces packaged spices and ethnic/fruit drink powders.