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Don’t be afraid to take risks and fail – it’s all part of the learning process : Maya Touati

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Maya Touati

Interview with Maya Touati ,Founder and CEO of LaunchBox

Maya Touati founder and CEO of Launchbox, a brand incubator specializing in the creator economy. They offer a hassle-free experience to build a brand, take care of every aspect of building an online business.

As a serial entrepreneur, She launched several successful businesses in her home country and have expertise in the fashion and beauty industry, as well as the tech industry. After moving to Dubai she got an opportunity in the creator economy and wanted to help others monetize their audiences and build their own brands.

1 . What do you think are the biggest challenges for women in business today?

As a single mother myself, I know that one of the biggest challenges for women in business today is finding the right balance between work and family life. Women often have to juggle multiple responsibilities and this can be a barrier to pursuing their dreams and building their own businesses. Another challenge is the lack of access to funding and mentorship, which can make it difficult for women to get their businesses off the ground.

2 . What have been some of the biggest challenges you have faced as a female entrepreneur? How did you overcome those challenges to reach your current success?

As a female entrepreneur, one of the biggest challenges I faced was being taken seriously in a male-dominated industry. I had to work twice as hard to prove myself and build credibility with my peers and investors. I overcame this challenge by staying focused on my goals and maintaining a positive attitude, even in the face of adversity. I also sought out mentorship from other successful female entrepreneurs who could offer guidance and support.

3 . What strategies do you use to stay motivated and continue achieving success?

One of the strategies I use to stay motivated is to surround myself with positive and like-minded people. I also make a conscious effort to maintain a healthy work-life balance and take care of myself both physically and mentally. I find that setting small, achievable goals helps me stay on track and maintain momentum towards my larger goals.

4 . What advice would you give to young women who want to pursue their dreams and be successful in business?

My advice would be to invest in yourself and in your knowledge. Become skilled in something, get passionate about it and then try to figure out how to turn that passion into a business. Don’t be afraid to take risks and fail – it’s all part of the learning process. Surround yourself with positive and supportive people who believe in you and your vision. And always remember, the best investment you can make is in yourself.

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