That is, you took advantage of the time of the injury to create the whole project…
Yes, these have been very hard years, in which I have had to start from scratch to relearn the correct trumpet technique with a specialist musician and doctor. At the same time, I have taken the opportunity to dedicate all the time that has been necessary to the creation of the web portal and all the formalities that this implied.
I have also done online courses about various aspects of business, as well as to know the new advertising and commercial strategies that are being implemented in large companies. I recommend every entrepreneur to be up to date in all these aspects and to continue in constant training.
“I’ve always admired people who do things in a different way, and whose purpose is to improve the day-to-day lives of many people.”
By the way, what kind of music do you like?
The truth is that I like everything. I have always studied classical music, although now I am more focused on jazz.
Finally, how do you see music entrepreneurship in Spain?
Currently entrepreneurship in Spain is not at all easy. Starting with the long procedures and continuing with the high costs of keeping a company active… with or without profits. In my city, for example, there is a lot of mentoring for entrepreneurs, which is good, but I think that what an entrepreneur needs most is economic support and support from institutions.
In my case, my family’s support has been and continues to be crucial. I have always admired people who do things in a different way, and whose purpose is to improve the daily life of many people. For those who are going to start a company… I advise patience, a lot of patience.
I want to send a hug to all music entrepreneurs, like Flor, and thanks to Òscar Garcia Disseny Gràfic for the images in this interview (Brad Fickeisen on Unsplash and Mockuuuups).