Stories of dreamers
Small businesses fight every day to keep the boat afloat. However, there are too many things they need to manage but not enough hands to do it.
And it’s a pity that they can’t develop their full potential. It’s more than that: it’s a tragedy.
Small companies are the drivers of innovation in this century. They bring creativity and invention to the business board game, and they should be praised for that.
Call them startups, SMEs, freelancers, sole traders… They all have a story to tell and worthy of being listened.
Small business owners are dreamers who go the extra mile. They represent the engine of change, inclusion, and minority representation.
With the internet spreading like wildfire, their voices can reach more people. Yet, not always have all the tools they need.
Slozano was born to help those who dream with a better future. Those they need a boost to make their ideas become results.
My name is Sergio and I go by this quote from Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll:
Well, now that we have seen each other,’ said the Unicorn, ‘
if you‘ll believe in me, I’ll believe in you.
History of Slozano
It all started in 2018 when, after a few years working in digital marketing, I realized that I could grow by helping others grow.
If I put my know-how at the service of others, we would both benefit. They would get the expertise I provided and I would learn more as every organization is different.
My professional acumen is young. My inspiration is older.
I studied journalism in Madrid (Spain) and international business communications in Copenhagen (Denmark).
In Spain, I learned to write so I could tell the story of the marginalized. In Denmark, I learned to play the game of the adults in marketing and communications.
Writers like Guy de Maupassant and Virginia Woolf inspired my focus of action. Just like them, I prefer to tell the story of those without a voice.
In the aggressive environment of digital marketing, I project my strength on those stories that need to be told.
So, I thought of also collaborating with those who lack resources. As a result, I started helping small ideas, projects, and NGOs with my skills.
I balance this with my fulltime job as Country Manager for online invoicing software meant for entrepreneurs and small companies.