There are many entrepreneurs with social impact who have big projects but unfortunately these are paired with poor commercialization offers. Why do social-impact entrepreneurs not invest in strong marketing strategies as other sectors do? From 2008 to 2011, the funds oriented to social small growing businesses increased by 71%, reaching USD $3.73 billion. Potential investors usually face a lack of confidence and visibility. There is an opportunity to institutionalize social entrepreneurs so they can become more attractive for investors. SILATAM was born as a consultancy in marketing to address this problem. Our challenge is to scale our consultancy business model. We offer a digital platform that helps professionalize and verify entrepreneurs with a high social impact profile in Mexico and Latam by institutionalizing their marketing strategy, business model and impact indexes and presenting them in an attractive/transparent way to increase their investments opportunities.