Jewelry industry is hard as it is. It's even harder if you try to change it, to somehow modernize it.
At this point in time, building a digital brand strong enough to compete and to engage with customers at the deepest unconscious level is, to say the least, tough. Now imagine doing so, as a jewelry company.
Many things has being said about young digitally native brands, but how to make them possible.
Tot-em is one of those rare cases when incredibly talented and self driven people creates something extraordinary out of something as humble as a sentence. Engaging with their customer inner thoughts and memories with something physical, something to carry around, making a 3D sound wave a totem to remind you what is really important.
We'll have the unique opportunity to meet this two founders on their very first Startup Grind fireside-chat to dive deep into their motto, mission and vision for the company and the sector as a whole; while learning from their own personal experience about taking a digitally native brand off the ground. Grab a ticket and come to celebrate the Global Entrepreneurship Week with us.
Tot-em: touch the vibe.
Co-founder & CEO
Co-founder & CEO
Co-founder & CEO at Tot-em. Industrial Design engineer by UPM; driven by generating value through business, teamwork, ecommerce and performance marketing. Worked in Brazil as a service designer. Founded Dro (during its time in College), a pool of talented undergrad students developing professional projects.
Javier Tot-em: “Voy a ser el rey de los piratas.” - Eng: "I'll be the pirates' King"
From Tot-em.com: "...he understands that mastering your guitar makes you wiser as a business person, and appreciating art teaches you how to play better basketball. He also likes the sea a lot..."
Co-founder & CEO at Tot-em. Passionate about learning and problem solving.
In four years of entrepreneurship he has dived deep into eCommerce platforms, team management, online marketing, product and graphic design and business strategy.
Javier Tot-em: “Look around you.”
From Tot-em.com: "...He is enrolled as an Engineering student but loves art. On his birthday he invites people to eat Caviar and Pizza. Being free to create makes him happy..."