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Why PEOPLE, Not Factories - Meet Milagros

Milagros Mallqui was our first business partner in Peru.  She is the type of person that embodies the purpose and beliefs of Campo.  She uses her business as her life in service of others — as a force of good to SUPPORT and EMPOWER people, not to exploit.  Her team and employees are like family. She opens her family to many amazingly talented people from Venezuela.  Milagros is a pillar in her community and a positive change in the world.  Meet Milagros…   Tell Us a Bit About Yourself… My name is Milagros Mallqui Landauro. I am 45 years old. Professional Manager, Coach in entrepreneurship and Coordinator of the Business Incubator at the National University of San Marcos. Apart from partnering...

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Feature Paul Standring

As you all know we love featuring exciting Change Makers on our blog.  Here is one more who is a Badger and an entrepreneur. Meet Paul Standring!  Paul Standring is a proud Badger 2003-2007, and was part of the Badger football team on special teams and was also a backup punter.  He is now living in Chicago, the owner and CEO of Carefree Boat Club of Chicago and Wisconsin. Paul’s entrepreneurial driven goals began during his senior year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he began working as a financial advisor. He returned to his hometown of Chicago after graduating with a degree in Business Management and has continued to practice as a financial advisor for the past 12 years...

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Campo Team Travels to Peru!

Hola!  I’m Taylor Bould, and I’m currently a senior at the University of Wisconsin Madison studying Marketing, Management/Human Resources, and Risk Management and Insurance.  I also have been an intern with Campo Alpaca for the past 2 years, in which I have done everything from social media, event coordination, data analytics, and more!  This summer I spent a week re-learning my high school Spanish skills with Katie Lorenz, the founder of Campo Alpaca and Myles Storey, UW-Madison student and Videography intern in Peru! Being able to see the roots of Campo was an invaluable experience that made me fall in love with this company even more.  Obligatory Intern Heel-Clicking Jump During our time we were welcomed with such hospitality and...

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