How Jacqueline Arambula Is Breaking Barriers To Help Female Entrepreneurs Rise To The Top In Business

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The ultimate embodiment of if you can dream it you can do it, Jacqueline Arambula launched her first business at a mere twenty years of age with no prior experience or knowledge of the industry she was about to dominate. Having scaled her first business to more than eight figures, Arambula made it her mission to encourage others to break boundaries when it comes to business 

“I believe that the most important single thing beyond creativity is daring to dare,” Jacqueline Arambula shares to her audience of over 12,000 followers on a recent Instagram post. 

Describing Jacqueline Arambula, the CEO of her first company BT Trucking Inc., as unshakably ambitious would be quite the understatement. Noticing a gap in the market of hauling services after hearing frustrations around lack of reliable timely services, non-existent communication, in both dispatch and the field, as well as poor productivity of trucking crews, Arambula set out to create her first company with zero prior knowledge of the transportation industry or the world of business investors. As a 20-year-old woman setting out to create a well-needed shift in such a male-dominated industry, most would have deemed Arambula to be out of her mind to dare to even try. Though steadfast in her firm belief of daring to dare, Arambula single-handedly scaled her first company to more than eight figures by designing a system fueled by reliability, honesty and accuracy. 

No matter what industry you’re in, the common denominator is generally the presence of human beings. Arambula’s open mind and an innate hunger to learn led her to put the sustainment of meaningful partnerships with contractors as a top priority of the company, making clients and coworkers alike feel valued, seen and heard. Her keen eye for precision and perseverance for excellence has changed the hauling service arena for the better. 

She didn’t stop there either. 

After observing a need for a technology platform to scale transportation operations across the nation, she founded Haulink, a software company she self-funded alongside her husband, Eduardo, in 2020.

Providing a world-class team to connect truck drivers to local construction jobs that need their equipment, Haulink cuts out lengthy dispatch processes and endless paperwork through the use of their cutting edge app, putting freight bills and job applications into an efficient, simplified process that’s accessible anytime, anywhere. 

Despite setbacks through tightened rules and regulations over the past year to discourage small fleet owners in the US, the founders’ tenacity to provide their community of haulers greater influence in the trucking industry with their competitive rates, faster payments, and automated processes didn’t go unnoticed. Haulink stands as one of the leading software companies in the US transportation industry. 

The road to success is never linear, setbacks are inevitable. Yet, despite hardships along the way, Arambula turned a light bulb idea into yet another eight-figure thriving business. Proof positive that the only prerequisite to success in any field is an open mindset and willingness to persevere.

Now turning her attention from creation to coaching, Arambula has set out to launch multiple courses for starting a transportation company in the coming months. Encouraging other young female entrepreneurs to break business barriers with nuggets of wisdom, she imparts real-talk such as; “Prior experience and knowledge about the industry are great, but not required,” and “Investors are great, but not necessary.” She intends to create a conscious community of thriving entrepreneurs she can provide immeasurable value to following her trail of successes in company startups. 

Constantly defying the odds, proving to women across the world that your only limitations are the ones within the constructs of your mind, Arambula gained a Masters degree in Business Administration in Organizational Leadership at the age of 22 in the midst of running her first eight figure business.

If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough,” she says, who assures her community there was no special talent or stroke of luck responsible for her stream of successes in business. Instead, she acclaims them more so to her fearless ambition and refusal to take no for an answer. 

Expanding her horizons to encourage better health for the younger generations, Arambula recently co-authored and self-published the book, Your Child Can’t Weight, a new personalized approach to provide parents, with overweight children, the tools for helping their child cultivate a healthy relationship with their bodies. 

It’s high time women took their seat at the table in the world of high flying entrepreneurs. Regardless of investment interest, prior industry knowledge or experience, with desire and a dream anything is possible. 

To find out more on why “If there’s nothing stopping me, then there’s nothing stopping YOU” check out Jacqueline Arambula’s Instagram feed for daily wisdom on how to create your own table as a woman in business and take your rightful seat to fulfill your creative potential.

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