About

011As an immigrant from Argentina, Veronica Trevisan faced the challenges of working with English as a second language, as well as the difference from doing business in her native country compared to the United States of America.

Veronica Trevisan believes that to be an entrepreneur is to have the vision to see a business opportunity behind a good idea.

Practicing her business acumen, she founded Ñapegados to share tools that allow Hispanic immigrants to make progress at work or as business owners; a journey that she is still touring and understands very well due to the challenges, fears and obstacles to overcome.

Veronica is a Columnist at El Mundo Newspaper and has participated at the radio show Vanguardia Hispana. Radio Mujer Internacional 95.1

She also served as Manager of Customer Service and Marketing for Eponymous Garden LLC, a complex of 3 houses for short term rental, which includes a historic home in the heart of Austin. Under her management, this beautiful resort was one of the finalist for the “Most Uniquely Austin Award 2014” Award from the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Austin, and has been elected to participate in the exclusive tour “The Austin Weird Homes Tour 2014” for their valuable contribution to keep the spirit of Austin. The property was sold in May 2015. In his recommendation on LinkedIn , one of the owners, states  “we saw unprecedented growth in the two years that she was with us. In 2015 when we decided to sell the property, she was instrumental in helping prepare the compound for sale for a multi-million dollar price”.    

Finally, Veronica has been recognized by the Economic Growth Business Incubator (EGBI) ’s as the 2015 Volunteer of the Year. This organization provides emerging and existing businesses owners tools to establish and grow their business through education, business plan assistance, and consulting. Ms Trevisan, who is  an EGBI graduate client, assists the organization when additional staffing is needed at events and expos, and has worked on projects to translate  curriculum and communications into Spanish.

Dedicated to service, Veronica collaborates with the organization Family Eldercare as a volunteer payee representative since 2010.