Gutipoka holds a special place in my heart. It’s not just a business, it’s a dream come true. I still remember the day when I started painting on fabric as a hobby, and how it gradually turned into a passion that I couldn’t ignore. I was scared to take the leap of faith and turn it into a business, but the love and encouragement I received from people online pushed me to pursue my dreams.
My mother was my inspiration, an independent woman who taught me to never give up and always strive for more. And so, Gutipoka was born. It started with just me, but now I have a whole team behind me. Every day we work hard to create unique and beautiful products that people will love.
When I heard about the #SheMeansBusiness program, I knew I had to be a part of it. It was an opportunity to learn and grow as an entrepreneur, to take Gutipoka to the next level. The training I received was invaluable. I learned how to better use Facebook’s tools to reach more people and engage with my audience. And it’s made all the difference.
Thanks to the #SheMeansBusiness program, Gutipoka has seen a real improvement in sales. But it’s more than that. We now have a genuine fanbase who appreciate our products for their artistic value. It’s humbling and heartwarming to see the impact we’re making.
I’m so grateful to Meta and its partners for empowering women entrepreneurs like myself. It’s not always easy, but with the right support and resources, we can achieve great things. I hope to see more programs like #SheMeansBusiness in the future because they truly make a difference. And for me, they’ve helped turn a dream into a reality.