Leyes Media CEO and young entrepreneur Kevin Leyes has been recently named by the Junior Chamber International (JCI) as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This recognition, granted annually by the aforementioned organization, stands out for exalting the work of young leaders as agents of change in society, such as the case of this young entrepreneur.
At only 20 years old, Leyes has shown himself to be a young entrepreneur with determination, conviction, and, above all, enough skills to achieve his goals. Starting out in the business world at a very early age, he has achieved a number of things that have taken him far. They have not been a reason to lose his focus and keep him focused on evolving and contributing to society and continuing to grow as a successful entrepreneur.
What is JCI?
For those who wonder, Junior Chamber International is a non-governmental organization, dedicated to promoting the spirit of change, social and business development, international cooperation, goodwill, and understanding in young people.
The organization is made up of young people from 18 to 40 years of age at the international level. It is currently consolidated in 124 countries and also has national and regional organizations in each of these areas.
JCI represents a key element in promoting young people as agents of change. For more than 75 years, this organization has focused on recognizing the work of youth leaders who, through their performance, have generated a positive impact on society.
Currently, it is through the JCI TOYP, that this organization annually highlights the wonderful progress of 10 young leaders, active citizens who, in different parts of the world, have achieved extraordinary achievements, and impacted society.
In this opportunity, the young Leyes has received this recognition from JCI in Argentina, in the category Commercial, Economic or Business Achievements. He has been recognized for his entrepreneurial spirit at such a young age, his achievements over time, and his important social work, being a social reference for young people who want to follow his example.
“It is an honor to have been selected as one of the 10 Outstanding Young People of Buenos Aires by JCI Argentina for the category of commercial, economic, or business achievements,” highlighted Leyes.
In addition to being the founder and CEO of Leyes Media, Leyes stands out for his ability to move forward in the midst of challenges. Proof of this has been the most recent times, wherein the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, this young entrepreneur has not only kept his company going, but has achieved stability and even optimization in critical times. He has also generated diverse social actions, with the purpose of contributing to society in various aspects.
He emphasizes that recognitions like this one are part of the incentive that he receives with great gratefulness because they impel him to continue working to achieve his purposes and to be able to offer positive changes in the society through his actions and companies.
Likewise, he points out that after the pandemic, the commitment of young leaders is to focus on generating even more impact by being a reference for those who wish to undertake, demonstrating that conviction, dedication, and effort can lead to great results. Also, to contribute with resources and tools to build a better society, where humility, respect, and cooperation are basic values.
Besides the gratitude, Leyes expressed his commitment to continue advancing in his business and personal goals, remembering that a successful mentality and the determination to achieve the objectives can take them far to anyone.
“These last years of work have been of great growth, but also of very intense challenges and with a wide variety of mixed feelings. So, this recognition reminds me of the excellent work we are doing with all our team, let’s keep scaling up together! Infinite thanks to the JCI Buenos Aires team for this recognition”, concluded Leyes.
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