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Renee Vardouniotis - Great Companies Women Entrepreneur Award Winner 2023


Name: Renee Vardouniotis

Business Name: The CAPE Movement

Location: Philadelphia, USA

Establishment (Year): 2021

Category/Industry: Education and Learning

Profession/ Specialty: Mindset and Empowerment Educational Programs for Kids/Teens

Social Media: LinkedIn


Company Detail:

She is a Speech-Language Pathologist and she has worked full time for 20 years in public schools. After embarking on a personal self-development and mindset journey, she discovered that the material she was studying was foundational and life-altering. She knew then that it was her purpose to develop programs for kids inspired by Bob Proctor's teachings. This material is not taught in schools or most homes, however, when studied and applied it could change the trajectory of their whole lives. She resigned from her job and created CAPE (Children And Parents Empowered), a Movement created out of a strong desire and passion to make a global impact and put a proverbial dent in the mental health stats in the US. They have created approachable, inclusive, and enjoyable science-based programs that build interpersonal skills in their youth and provide a resiliency toolkit to armor them through the peaks and valleys of life. Unique Selling Proposition or Competitive Advantage:

Their Mindset Method University program provides solutions (not bandaids), for the root cause of social-emotional, behavioral, developmental, and academic challenges. The benefits of the program are vast. They have built foundational skills such as effectively processing emotions, resilient leadership, confidence, and mastering the art of goal setting. their passion is guiding children to discover their true gifts and talents, developing a positive attitude, and nurturing a clear direction towards their goals and dreams for life success.

Challenges Faced During the Journey:

The challenges and obstacles she has faced include not having any experience starting a company or even how to navigate the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. Spending a lot of money on advice, strategies, platforms, and mentors that were not necessarily aligned. Having worlds of ideas but struggling to follow through due to overwhelm.

Advice for Women Entrepreneurs:

KEEP GOING. YOUR DREAM IS POSSIBLE. KEEP GOING. KEEP GOING!!!!! Did I say KEEP GOING?? YOUR DREAM IS POSSIBLE!!!!




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