Gratianne Valdez Quade, is a Cambodian woman, who has been in the business marketing space for more than 10 years. She explains, how digitization has changed the way people shop, she talks about L'Oreal, that created an app that helps customer make easier and faster decisions on makeup with their smartphone.
She is studying an MBA at ESSEC, because she wanted some international experience. She as well started a social project in Cambodia, because there was no central record of people trafficked annually, specially children being forced to sexual labor.
In Cambodia human trafficking is a major issues she explains, being that in every community there is a case of people missing and children in sexual labor. The funding was the hardest to get, but right now Agape International Missions is helping her.
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