Zahira Domenech, the businesswoman who helps businesswomen. Photo: Courtesy
Zahíra Domenech, the businesswoman who helps other businesswomen. Photo: Courtesy

Sparkle Sisterhood, the app for women entrepreneurs

The app seeks to create a community among Hispanic women entrepreneurs.


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All those who have entered the world of entrepreneurship, especially during the pandemic, know the importance of networking, getting together, meeting and supporting one other. With this in mind, Puerto Rican entrepreneur Zahíra Domenech created Sparkle Sisterhood, an app for the purpose of giving Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs access to a community of other entrepreneurs.

The idea of the space, that will be available in March, is that everyone can connect, create professional relationships and even friendships. In addition, its members will have classes on entrepreneurship, lifestyle, personal development, interviews and other content that can help them continue as confident women and entrepreneurs. 


Zahíra began her journey as an entrepreneur more than 15 years ago as a wedding planner, where she found not only her vocation designing events but also helping and encouraging other women to find their way. She started coaching businesswomen and entrepreneurs and created her company, The Meaningful Company, which seeks to "empower, inspire and celebrate all phases of a woman's life, whether in business or her personal life," through tools that give them balance between their personal and professional lives. 

For more than six years, Zahíra has held the Sparkle and Bliss business retreat. Those who have taken part are known as Sparkle Sisters, and have created business relationships, friendships, collaborations afterwards. The community has continued to grow to the point that Zahíra wanted to give them a space so they could continue to grow together and also grant the opportunity to other women around the world to have a space to cultivate their business growth in an environment of sisterhood that women need more than ever.



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