Danillo Diaz Granados is an entrepreneur of Spanish origin who is the founder of the luxury Miami based boutique business called Toys For Boys. Mr. Granados studied at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He obtained a bachelors degree in business and entrepreneurship there. Later Mr. Granados studied at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain where he received an MBA in business administration.
Danillo Diaz Grandos established Toys For Boys in 2013 after teaming up with a business partner and friend to serve the upscale community of Miami. Toys For Boys provides the wealthy of Miami with exclusive and unprecedented access to some of the world’s finest goods. This includes rare and newly released sports cars and luxury cars. It also includes art, jewelry and other fine items such as watches.
Mr. Granados has worked for Spanish telecommunications company Movilway before moving to Miami and starting Toys For Boys. At Movilway he was a business manager that oversaw operations in the Spanish’s company’s Latin American market segments. It is important to note that Danilo Diaz Granados is fluent in Spanish and English, making him an ideal candidate to oversee US and Latin American markets of Movilway.
Last year, Danillo Diaz Grandos hosted an action packed event that was sponsored by companies such as One Thousand Museum, Gryphon Racing, Van Dutch Americas and Air Commander Aerospace. The event exposed some of Miami’s wealthiest residents to the fine luxuries and amenities available in the Miami area. Danillo took Miami socialites on a privat tour of the One Thousand Museum condominium development. Guests could tour the apartments and grounds and got an exclusive first look at the development.
After seeing Miami’s latest luxury apartment development, Guests boarded helicopters to a racing track on Palm Beach. Each guest had the chance to get behind the wheel of a real race car and take it for a lap around the racetrack. After some racing fun, the guests of Danilo Diaz Granados were taken to a restaurant by helicopter. Fine wine and food was served before the guests headed out for a sunset cruise from the River Yacht Club to end the day.