About

This is a blog about the venture launch of an organic fertilizer business to help organic quinoa farmers in Bolivia created by three Colorado State University MBA Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise students. We will post updates on our travels and research in Bolivia this summer and our adventures in bringing this idea into reality. We are passionate about helping rural Bolivian organic farmers and believe that helping provide essential agricultural inputs will change their lives for the better.

Siembra Organica Pitch

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3 Responses to About

  1. Elaine says:

    Dear Sir/ Ms,

    I am Elaine, an undergraduate at Princeton University. I am researching on social entrepreneurs in Bolivia for a Social Entrepreneurship class, and I read about Siembra Organica.

    May I please ask if you would be willing to do a twenty-thirty minute skype interview about your experiences? I would be honored to find out more about the challenges you faced, and any advice you have as I start my own venture.

    Otherwise, are there any social entrepreneurs or ventures in Bolivia that you could refer me to?

    I will be producing a Youtube video about social ventures in Bolivia, and I would be very glad to raise awareness of any ventures/ entrepreneurs that I am interviewing through the video.

    Thank you so much, and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Regards,
    Elaine

  2. I am working on a book about quinoa production which has the name of Raúl Vera Copa as President of APQC)
    Is the surname Vera Copa or just Copa?
    i.e.
    Vera Copa, Raul
    or
    Copa, Raul Vera

    Can you let me know

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