Luiza Trajano’s Courageous Efforts to Fight Domestic Violence

By Cecilia Tornaghi

One of Brazil’s largest retailers has launched an audacious program to help victims - both customers and employees.

Join AQ for a conversation with Trajano on Sept 29 by clicking here This article is a preview of AQ's upcoming issue on closing the gender gap in Latin America In 2017, Luiza Trajano — an entrepreneur who turned a small-town mom-and-pop shop into Magazine Luiza, one of Brazil’s largest retailers — received a dire message from her team: A store manager had been stabbed to death by her former partner, while her eight-year-old son slept in the bedroom “It hurt, and I thought to myself, could I have done something And I pledged that her death would not be in...

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