Wells Fargo Receives Recognition from U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Wells Fargo Receives Recognition from U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Wells Fargo was honored by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) as its Corporation of the Year.
Helpful Tips to Successfully Reopen Your Business

Helpful Tips to Successfully Reopen Your Business

More and more businesses across the country are being allowed to reopen. Here are some tips to help your business successfully reopen.
Latina Entrepreneur Shares Advice In Raising Funds for Startups

Here's How This Latina Entrepreneur Raised $4 Million for Her Startup

She draws from her experiences as a first-time founder and first-time mother in embarking on her second venture.
Top 5 Female Entrepreneurs Helping Empower the Global Community

Top 5 Female Entrepreneurs Helping Empower the Global Community

The top five female entrepreneurs who are empowering the women of the world.
Immigrants are More Likely to Succeed in Entrepreneurship

Immigrants are More Likely to Succeed in Entrepreneurship

A successful immigrant entrepreneur cites the reasons why immigrants make great entrepreneurs.
Latina CEO Recommends Using Only One Credit Card or None at All

Latina CEO Recommends Using Only One Credit Card or None at All

To stay financially fit, Latina CEO Sandra Campos recommends reducing the number of credit cards used.
Jorge Pérez, founder of The Related Group

These 5 Self-Made Hispanic Millionaires Prove That Immigrants Can Be Successful Too

While being an immigrant in the United States is not easy, these 5 successful Hispanic immigrants prove otherwise.
Startup, entrepreneur, small business

Here's What Makes a Good Location for Latino Entrepreneurs to Start a Successful Business

This week is National Small Business Week, celebrating an important and growing segment of the U.S. economy, especially when it comes to Latinos who are starting up enterprises faster than the national average.
Mikaila Ulmer

11-Year-OId Inks $11 Million Deal with Whole-Foods: 'Secret Formula' Seals the Deal

Mikaila Ulmer, 11 years old, has landed a multi million dollar deal with Whole Foods to sell her lemonade "Bee Sweet."
latinos latino, family, friends

Latino Entrepreneurs More Likely to Leave Business to Family, Friends

Entrepreneurship is in the blood of Latinos. Latino-owned businesses have grown at twice the national rate, and a majority of Latino business owners plan to leave their businesses in the hands of their children.
Daniel Lubetzky / KIND

CHANGING THE GAME: Daniel Lubetzky, CEO of KIND Snacks, Shares his Ingredient for Purposeful Success

"Changing the Game" is a series featuring prominent Latino changemakers and their stories of success, innovation, and vision.
Small Business,

National Small Business Week: Small Businesses Fuel Local Economies, Produce Happier Workers

The shifting landscape of entrepreneurship in the U.S. has budged to include Latinos as key entrepreneurial leaders. As the National Small Business Week comes to an end, it's important to highlight the impact of small business ownership and Latinos' dedication to growing their businesses and their economies.
Businessman

Hispanics Driven to Entrepreneurship at a Younger Age, Says New Survey

Hispanics are driven to entrepreneurship at an earlier age than general market business owners, and they're likely to handle their own finances, also.
Maria Contreras-Sweet Head of Small Business Administration

Hispanic Business Owners Cite Passion, Pride and Control as Motivating Factors

Entrepreneurship is rooted in Latinos' cultural values. Their hard-working, disciplined nature coincides with a creative spirit, leading millions to pilot their own businesses. Doing so allows them to explore their passions, create more jobs within their communities and grants them more control and flexibility.
child, poverty

Entrepreneur and Author Jordan Phoenix Begins Year-Long, Cross-Continent Walk to Address Global Poverty

Jordan Phoenix will journey from Vancouver, Canada to Tijuana, Mexico over the course of a year, in order to engage "likeminded people who are passionate about rebuilding their communities, in order to spark the creation of grassroots projects."
Job Growth

Hispanic Entrepreneurship in US Increases: Immigrants More Likely to Start A Business than Non-Hispanics

Hispanic entrepreneurs in the United States (U.S.) have grown "exponentially" during the past two decades according to a new report.
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