Maria del Carmen Uceda, CEO and co-founder of Vidas Sanas introduces her company during Health Wildcatters 2015 Pitch Day in front of over 500 people. She was introduced by Eric Evans, CEO of Tenet Texas Region.
Learn more watching the video... and yes, you can't give a proper pitch without mariachis. ¡Qué empiece la fiesta!
Con música del mariachi Michoacán, María del Carmen Uceda-Gras se paró frente a un grupo de inversionistas para convencerlos de inyectar dinero a su empresa, Vidas Sanas.
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Health Wildcatters' third accelerator class culminated with Pitch Day on Thursday, when the 10 startups announced big milestones and sought their next rounds of funding to help them reach the next stage of growth.
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María del Carmen Uceda-Gras es la primera hispana en participar en el evento Pitch Day 2015
It is a privilege to present our services to the tech and investor community of Dallas. Dallas New Tech is a monthly gathering of innovative entrepreneurs, mentors and investors founded by Launch DFW.
Maria del Carmen Uceda presented our unique approach to health and wellness for Latino communities.
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Read how this world-class business accelerator picked Vidas Sanas as its first Latino business for its portfolio.
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Of course you did! Serving our growing Latino population has captured the attention of investors!
We include you in our celebration of Health Wildcatters, a nationally-recognized healthcare start up accelerator, inviting Vidas Sanas to be part of its 2015 Class! It is a nod to the growing influence of Latino healthcare consumers and the healthcare professionals dedicated to their health and wellbeing.
As you know, for the last 12 years our non-profit, The Works of Our Mother of the Americas, has been serving the Latino community and providers like you to strengthen the health and wellbeing of families within faith-health partnerships. A few months ago, Jesus (husband) and I began to focus on engaging Latino populations where they work. For we know that employee engagement is now a business strategy for companies of all sizes in their quest to lower costs -- and we know we can help them!