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Education, Honors & Awards
Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow - CEFET/RJ
Masters Degree, Social Communication and Marketing (2003)
Member of the winning team of the 9th Central-West Columnists Prize - BRAZIL Member of the winning team of the 18th Central-West Columnists Prize - BRAZIL Member of the winning team of the 19th Central-West Columnists Prize - BRAZIL Startup certified for investments by "Startup Brazil" - 2018 Approved for Acceleration Synapse of Innovation 2018 - SC Edition - BRAZIL Startup selected for Alpha exposure at Web Summit Lisbon 2018 - PORTUGAL
I have two beautiful sons, one of 22 years old and the other of 13. I live in an island called Florianópolis, in Brazil
I graduated in Social Communication and I have an MBA in Strategic Marketing and Administration. Extension courses at Stanford and Federal University of Santa Catarina. I've been an entrepreneur since I was young, I've had some companies and now I'm ahead of a Startup called Beepay. I have had the opportunity to live for 10 years in Italy and 6 months in the United States. I currently live and work in Brazil. I worked for 8 years for the largest cooperative system in Brazil as a marketing manager.
Marketing; Consumer Behavior, Startup, Entrepreneurship; Advertising; Content Digital Marketing; Business; Strategy Marketing
Renata Silva has over 27 years of experience in her current field. She works for the grocery delivery service, with those who can’t carry their groceries and those who don’t have time to go themselves. She has a Master’s degree in Communication and Strategic Marketing and Administration from the Instituto Technology University in Rio de Genero. She has 3 awards for start up companies in Brazil. She speaks at summits about technology in Sao Paulo and Santa Catalina. She is a member of a women’s apprenticeship in Brazil. In the next few years she would like to expand her business further. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and to gaining the recognition and credibility of being a member.