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Raffy drives hard make a positive impact

Car Mechanical Services CEO Raffy Sgroi.

In this sponsored post, Raffy Sgroi of Car Mechanical Services talks about her efforts to create positive change, and her experience as a woman in business.

CAR Mechanical Services (CMS) has been operating since 2008, with a goal to provide top-notch automotive services while promoting sustainability, inclusivity and community involvement, says CEO Raffy Sgroi.

“To be a woman in business means breaking barriers, shattering stereotypes and proving that gender is no limit to success,” she says.

“To be a woman in a leadership role in the automotive industry is to challenge conventions, drive innovation and be a trailblazer in a traditionally male-dominated field.”

Raffy’s advice to any other women looking to start their own business is to believe in their own vision.

“Persevere through challenges and never underestimate your abilities,” she says.

“Surround yourself with a supportive network, seek mentorship and be unafraid to take risks.”

What sets CMS apart, Raffy says, is the unwavering commitment to creating a profit-for-purpose enterprise.

“We’re not just here to generate profits, we’re here to make a positive impact on our community and the world,” she says.

“We work tirelessly to leave a legacy of positive change.

“We want to see more young females exploring this career option and breaking stereotypes.

“It’s our vision for a business that’s not just successful but meaningful, where every action is driven by a desire to do good and contribute to a better future for all.”

Car Mechanical Services, Unit 2, 82 Kalgoorlie Crescent, Fisher. Call 6162 4111, or visit

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