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Erika Guerrero: Winner of the 2024 Great Companies International Women Entrepreneur Award

Name: Erika Guerrero

Business Name: Electric Goddess

Location: Los Angeles, California , USA

Establishment (Year): 2019

Category: Consulting

Profession/ Specialty: Scientific Services for Energy Industry

Company Detail:

Electric Goddess stands at the forefront of battery technology, offering unparalleled consulting services. With a track record of validating millions of batteries through extensive real-world application, their expertise spans the gamut of battery challenges—from rigorous validation to providing actionable empirical data. Their approach is rooted in a genuine care for client success, addressing even the most daunting problems with simplicity and elegance. Their facility, equipped with specialized equipment such as accelerated rate calorimeters and vacuum battery test setups, serves as a testament to their commitment to advancing battery technology.


Unique Selling Proposition or Competitive Advantage:

What sets Electric Goddess apart is their ability to turn time, money, and resources into tangible savings for their clients. Their reputation for tackling and solving problems deemed too complex by others has made them the go-to experts in the field. Clients choose them not just for their expertise, but for the trust and personal connection they foster. Their ability to deliver immediate solutions, or diligently work towards one, underscores their unique position in the market.


Challenges Faced During the Journey:

Navigating the financial ebbs and flows faced by startups has been one of their significant challenges. Prioritizing essential R&D while balancing fiscal responsibilities can sideline crucial advancements. Their journey has been shaped by learning the delicate art of scaling, the importance of discerning accommodation, and embracing the profound lessons of leadership. The belief their global clients place in them fuels their drive and commitment to the mission, marking their success as a collaborative effort.


Advice for Women Entrepreneurs:

To young women venturing into entrepreneurship: remain true to your essence. The stories of female CEOs taught Erika Guerrero the importance of embracing her identity rather than conforming to traditional, male-dominated roles. Being unapologetically female is not just a stance but a strength. Our world doesn't just need leaders; it needs female leaders who are authentic, resilient, and willing to pave the way for future generations by simply being themselves.



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