Can you please tell us a little about yourself and your business?
My name is Eva Ramírez, I am from Spain. I am an entrepreneur, I work for several companies as a brand marketer and a trendhunter.
I am a person with a disability, but it hasn’t stopped me from starting my own business.
I have started a new project: an online magazine about dance and events which take place all around the World. My magazine is focus on South Florida audience, Spanish speaking audience particularly.
What have been your biggest challenges so far?
Being a business owner with disabilities it is a learning curve unlike anything I have experienced. Every minute of every day it is about overcoming something.
What makes your magazine different from others on the market?
Agorakizomba. com approaches Afro-Latin rhythms from different points of view, although the main theme is dance, there are also articles about music and artists. Information about events and trips occupies a very important place, and finally, I have added a section specially though for dance professionals in which you can find job offers and castings all over the world.
Where do you see the future of digital publishing as a whole as well as where that fits in with the Agora Kizomba magazine?
It is the responsibility of publishers to share information in the way in which it is consumed by the intended audience.
I believe there will always be a place for printed publications, but the most sophisticated publishers know that the future is digital and, that is where future investment should project with not doubt.
Do you think it’s important that those working in publishing are passionate about their content topic?
Absolutely. Your content has to reflect the passions and interests of your readers and the easiest way to understand their motivations is to be a reader by yourself