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Vanessa Wruble and Anaida Deti Interviewed by Candice Georgiadis

Vanessa Wruble and Anaida Deti Interviewed by Candice Georgiadis
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Vanessa Roble, co-founder of March On

Anaida Deti, CEO of Dental-X Smile Centers is now DentalX

Anaida Deti, CEO of Dental-X Smile Centers is now DentalX

Candice Gorgadis

Candice Gorgadis

Vanessa Roble, co-founder of March On. Anaida Deti, CEO of Dental-X Smile Centers is now DentalX

One of the myths is that being a founder means working on your own and making all the decisions yourself.”

– Vanessa Roble, co-founder of March On

GREENWICH, CT, USA, Jan 3, 2022 / – Candice Georgiadis, owner of the blog of the same name, interviews people on the latest hotel styles, travel, lifestyle and other similar topics. It expands the marketing footprint of individuals and companies through a combination of branding and photography across social media and traditional websites.

Building something out of “nothing” takes a lot of work and dedication and as can be seen in the interview excerpts below, it doesn’t have to be done alone. Marketing is one aspect that requires one to be up to date with the latest trends and styles. Candice Georgiadis can lift that load, allowing you to focus on work. Contact her through the contact options below to get started now.

Vanessa Roble, co-founder of March On
Can you share the most exciting story that has happened to you since you started leading your company?

For the 2018 midterms, a group of activists decided to hang a giant banner on the Manhattan Bridge that said Vote, however, the banner ended up being so large that it took hours to hang, which eventually led to the stunt being reported. It was dismantled by the police with only half of the banner hung on the bridge. Although we weren’t able to hang the banner, we still got press coverage in every major New York media outlet promoting our mission. Was it a failure? I’m not sure, but I still chuckle to myself every time I think of it.

None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person you are grateful for who helped you get to where you are? Can you share a story about that?

As I mentioned earlier, I always felt called to help others and a large part of that came from my parents. He made a huge impact on me and he put the idea in my mind when I was young that I needed to do something really big to help the world – and since then, he’s given me a lot of advice (some pieces are better than others) for how I should and shouldn’t move on. professional in activity.

Well, thank you for that. Let’s now turn to the main focus of our interview. According to this EY report, only about 20 percent of funded companies have women founders. This reflects significant historical progress, but it also shows that more work remains to be done to empower women to start businesses. In your opinion and experience, what is currently preventing women from establishing companies?

By and large, men and patriarchy.

Can you help explain some of the things that can be done as individuals, as a community, or by government to help overcome these obstacles?

This is why I struggle for systemic change. We need to completely rethink the way we act as a people, lest we think that men are in any way more capable than women. Right now, even if financiers say they want to fund women, men still have an easier time getting money — there’s still a lot of work today as a society to try to change that narrative.

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Anaida Deti, CEO of Dental-X Smile Centers is now DentalX
Has someone ever told you that something is impossible, but you did it anyway? Can you share the story with us? What was your idea? What was the reaction of the naysayers? And how did you overcome that?

When we came to Canada, things weren’t as easy as we thought. I didn’t speak English and my educational certificates mean nothing here, so I had to start from scratch. It was very hard to say the least, but I was very determined to do something with my life and this was my chance. A lot of people didn’t take me seriously and that made me work hard and prove to myself and everyone around me that I can do it.

When I started labor in 2013, I got pregnant with my daughter and had some complications during pregnancy. My daughter was a twin but I lost one. As a result, my pregnancy was deemed very high risk and the doctor told me I had to be in bed for the remaining 7 months. I told the doctor I couldn’t do it, I had to work. She made me sign a waiver and told me I was crazy. I tried to be very careful, I was very scared and I don’t know if I would forgive myself if something happened to my daughter, but my daughter is a fighter like me, and now she is celebrating her seventh birthday.

It worked until the last day of my pregnancy and was back to work 3 days later! When the people at the door saw me, they couldn’t believe their eyes. For the first two months, I had to go home to lunch to breastfeed her and get back to work again. It was very difficult.

But now, you didn’t just do that

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About Candice Gorgadis
Candice Georgiadis is an active mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert, and philanthropist. Candice Georgiadis is the founder and designer of CG & CO. She is also the founder of the social media and marketing agency: The Digital Agency. Candice Georgiadis is a social media influencer and contributing writer for ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine, and several others. In addition to her busy working life, Candice is a volunteer and donor to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

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